Thursday, March 06, 2008

 

The Children
by Philip Whalen & Aram Saroyan

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Linh Dinh, talking with Charles Alexander (MP3)

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Becoming collected:
the emerging collected works of
Jack Spicer, Robert Duncan, Barbara Guest & Robert Creeley

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David Lau on John Ashbery

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Jean Valentine is the New York State Poet

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Elaine Equi & Jean Valentine
among finalists for LA Times Book Award

Erin Mouré, C. Dale Young & Cole Swensen
are among many finalists in poetry
at ForeWord’s Book of the Year Awards

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Alan Davies on Michael Gottlieb

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Michael Dirda on Roberto Bolaño

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The question of book thieves

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Designs for the Bush Presidential Library

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Aestheticism & anxiety in the arts

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Michael Scharf on Stacy Doris

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Julio Cortázar & the poetics of exile

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Tom Pickard’s Ballad of Jamie Allen

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Josef Kaplan on Jeffrey Jullich

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Reading Stephen Burt
reading Robert Creeley

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our most thrilling poet

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Tisa Bryant on President of the United Hearts

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Is Things Fall Apart “immortal”?

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Allen Grossman, poet’s poet

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“Like the Beatles, Beach Boys &
Diana Ross and the Supremes
rolled into one…”

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Yoshimoto Taka’aki’s What is Beauty for Language?

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Who wrote Emily Bronte’s poems?

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Talking with Paul Muldoon

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The Complete Poetry of Jack London

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Charles Shere on
the shock of recognition

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Talking with Orhan Pamuk

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Edward Limonov:
the poet-politician opposing Putin

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Bookshelves for a post-literate world

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War Papers: Poems 2
compiled by Halvard Johnson

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Four texts by Brenda Hillman

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Was Shakespeare a poet who wrote plays,
a playwright who wrote poems,
or a pornographer who wrote both?

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Everyman’s Library recalled

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Malaysia’s first ever slam

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The shop floor poetics of Lisa Beatman

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Boyd Spahr’s The Julias

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Thomas Lux God Particles

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Talking with Bruno Latour

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Being judgmental

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The dark Larkin

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Li-Young Lee & octogenarian poetics

Li-Young Lee on the PBS News Hour

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Nikki Giovanni reads
in a wine shop in
Vacaville

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Restoring the artwork of e.e. cummings

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Robert Frost’s Collected Prose

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Talking with R. Reuben Appelman

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John Rybicki’s We Bed Down in Water

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The scene in Willow Glen

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Penguin audiobooks to drop © protection

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Cowboy poets in Lewiston, Idaho

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Bradford, Yorkshire gets a poet laureate

“I…have been asked not to be negative

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Simin Behbahani
wins a prize for Persian literature
from Stanford

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Billy Collins: English majors are
majoring in death

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AWP redux

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Poetry, narrative, database

Plus more on datapoetics

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John Rechy, 45 years after
City of
Night

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Is literary sex always bad?

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Emily Apter: What is translation?

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Text in social networking websites

Social networks are like the eye

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What’s in a newspaper?

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Nicholson Baker on Wikipedia

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More consequences than love here

Is it a mode of slumming?

The why of it

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Rambling with Richard Serra

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Walt Disney vs. Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen

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Another Dia director bites the dust

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The future (if any) of Spiral Jetty

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The mystery of music

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John Zorn’s critique of the critics

Two possible responses

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Make it newish

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Merce Cunningham without dance

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The LA Times drops dance criticism

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Another take on Shen Wei Dance Arts

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Foucault Beyond Foucault

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Can culture save Cleveland?

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An election where the arts matter?

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Rem Koolhaas utopia on the water

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The architecture critic is a star

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A tip of the wing to
Sustainable Aircraft,
the terrific new critical ezine

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