Thursday, March 13, 2008

 

The haiku of Phil Whalen

Alice Notley on Whalen

Letter to Tom Raworth on “Phil” vs. “Philip”

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Margaret Atwood’s new opera

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Reading Donald Justice

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Mark Ford on Frank O’Hara

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Chris Torrance’s Magic Door

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Girl Talk:
a women’s poetry reading,
Saturday in
West Caldwell, NJ

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The first ten years of Poetry
is now online

Plus both issues of Blast

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Consequences of
displaying the books face out

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Rita Wong & Magdalena Dorina Suciu

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Charles Bernstein:
a poem for Eliot Spitzer

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School director may lose his job
because of his poetry

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Network faces suit if it doesn’t remove
Cathal O Searcaigh’s poetry
from
Katmandu documentary

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Talking with Lisa Beatman

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Six microreviews from Hank Lazer

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Seven poems by Alan Davies

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Not so sure the Corpse is still Exquisite

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Howard Junker’s favorite play about litmags

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Julia Harwig’s In Praise of the Unfinished

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Todd Colby, talking with Jennifer L. Knox

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Publishers Weekly
Bookseller of the Year
has been in
Pasadena
since 1894
(not a typo)

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Allen Fisher’s marbles

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Edna Coyle-Greene’s Snow Negatives`

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The politics of William Burroughs

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The stairbookcase

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Seattle’s secret

But all is not perfect

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Unfinished reviews

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NPR & the culture of fakes

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Poems to skate or row by

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Mary Karr doesn’t know the difference
between Philip Larkin &
William Carlos Williams

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Emmanuel Moses goes to Georgia

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Alfred Corn against the term
New Formalism

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Civil service poetry

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Sean O’Brien pleads
for a return of the canon

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The poetry deficit

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The seven “great poets of the 20th century

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“Our greatest poet

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The humor of Leonard Cohen

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Finding Auden “satisfying”

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Alison Brackenbury’s Singing in the Dark

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Ekphrasis by any other name

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Reading in Iraq

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“reading books is healthier than making them”

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Another eulogy for Dutton’s

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Comrade Fatso & the poetics of Zimbabwe’s history

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The art of translation

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The “Arab Booker” prize

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Ten questions for Anne Rice

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Facts & writers

On a safari to the authentic

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The ghost of Wallace Stegner

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With poetry “under your feet

Berkeley already has such a walk

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Richard Wilbur to keynote
West Chester’s annual kitschfest

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Another list that leaves off Kent Johnson

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Adam Kirsch on Joseph Conrad

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Dedalus saved from extinction…for now

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Is that a poet in your pocket?

It is indeed

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A YouTube just for poetry

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Robert Frost’s Dartmouth lectures

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The value of an audio book

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The Lincoln Poems

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The well-earned modesty of Stephen Spender

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the clichéd figure of a self-absorbed poet

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Looking for beauty in the ordinary

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Write slowly argues the head of HUP

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What is critical thinking?

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Who was Roget?

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The Žižek game

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Where are the Derrideans now?

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Censorship & genre

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The politics of marginality

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David Mamet moves right

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Schwabsky’s Courbet

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How bad is the Biennial?

The Whitney “is a wasteland

But one with social networks

Who’s there

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Museums get an upgrade

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An update on the struggle
to save Richard Serra’s Shift

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A room with a hue

Reinventing color

My favorite “colorist
has a show next month
at the Cue Foundation in
Chelsea

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The joy of boredom

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Contempt

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on Sonny Rollins

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onedit 10 is well worth reading

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