Sunday, March 16, 2008

 


Bob Grenier at Beyond Baroque

Robert Grenier & Charles Bernstein:
a conversation

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Lyn Hejinian & Billy Joe Harris:
a conversation
on pastiche & poetic form

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Scroggins’ Zukofsky

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The winner of this year’s
Robert Creeley Award
is John Ashbery

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Patrick Durgin on Rachel Blau DuPlessis’ Torques

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The epic poetry of Kenmore, NY

The Poem Unlimited

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Forrest Gander on Roberto Bolaño

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The 91-year-old gay beat poet

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In Austin,
along with Kerouac’s scroll,
a marathon reading of
On the Road

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“Drive, he sd” – Not

(I once heard this same tale from Bob)

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Drowning in Robert Creeley

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The trajectory of Basil Bunting

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Reading Nick Piombino’s Ocho 14

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Sarah Lawrence article on Jean Valentine
being named NY State Poet

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Coming in April to Poets House in NYC:
The George Oppen Centennial Symposium
(scroll down)

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Jane Griffith’s Another Country

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Embracing Babel

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Teaching The New York Times how to read

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Poetry in motion in Melbourne

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The mother of maternal poetics – Sylvia Plath

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Just how conservative
is the British mainstream?

The Telegraph’s series on great poets:
Chaucer
Milton
Shelley
Rossetti

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Will, no! We won’t go!

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School director resigns
over poetry on the web

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Duncan McNaughton’s Bounce

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The Cathal O’Searchaigh film mess

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Telling a book by its cover

K. Silem Mohammad joins the book cover discussion

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Cid Corman’s The Next One Thousand Years

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A reading of The Grand Piano

James Sherry on Grand Piano 4

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A limp collection from David Lehman

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Another review of Thomas Lux God Particles

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A bookstore closes in Milwaukee
after just 33 months

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Kooser reads at Emory & Henry University,
fighting his “hick” image

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Restaurants harness poetry craze
in
Nairobi

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“The 100 best last lines from novels” (PDF)

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Clinton wins “the poets’ primary” (PDF)

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about the space between words

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Dangerous (comic) books

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Blook” publisher bites dust

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An NPR profile of Edward Albee

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On measuring language complexity (PDF)

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Cultural studies as academic suicide

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The romance of online mobs

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Terry Pratchett gives $1 million
to fight Alzheimer’s

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Smithsonian to put 13 million photos online

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Jeff Koons in Chicago

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A theory of names

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A map of the brain

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The irrational being

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The upside-down pyramid
of Peter Gay’s Modernism

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“The best critics

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The bitter vowels of
Rainer Werner Fassbinder

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Music as film criticism

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Comparing Linda Thompson to Robert Creeley

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Censoring video game art

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Brain scientist
Jane Bolte Taylor
had a stroke
of insight

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