Sunday, March 09, 2008

 

John Ashbery in Haverford

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Serge Gavronsky’s Andorthe

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Linton Kwesi Johnson, looking back

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Al Filreis on the politics
of the School of Quietude (MP3)

Filreis’ Modernism from Right to Left

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Remembering Vincent Ferrini

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Matthea Harvey, talking with Jeannine Hall Gailey

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The poems of Grace Paley

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Rigoberto Gonzáles on Juan Felipe Herrera

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A new view toward epigrams

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Beatnik questionnaire

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Official Verse Culture accepts Charles Bernstein

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Lorca, Gray, Erba

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A brief introduction to Louis Zukofsky

& an interesting discussion of Basil Bunting

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New poems by Linh Dinh, Miles Champion,
Ange Mlinko & Arlo Quint

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Mark Ford’s Frank O’Hara

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Poets on Painters
has made its way to
Queens

A review of the anthology here

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Ted Burke’s review of
The Age of Huts

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Daisy Fried’s favorite word

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Strand Books
now has web TV
in addition to
”18 miles of books”

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TitlePage debuts
not with a bang, but …

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Mary Jo Bang has won the 2007
National Book Critics Circle Award for poetry

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Mary Jo Salter,
”part of the niggling history of taste”

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“Minor” work

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Celebrity poetry

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Ray Davies, rock poet

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Reginald Shepherd on why
disco is better than punk

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The Petaluma Poetry Walk

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Reading Ginsberg reading Blake

Bolcom’s Blake

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nearly faceless creatures

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Entertainment at its simplest

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Auden in America

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Norman Nicholson in Cumbria

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Homer’s children

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Talking with Daniel Crowley

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The politics of laureateship

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The laureate composes a verse

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Poetry “comes from my heart

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Baseball & poetry

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The unpublished works of Arthur Miller

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Indie bookstores in L.A.

& one in Beacon, NY

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LibraryThing
& Library Thing Local
(the makings of a good list
of readings & events)

Coffee & the fate of libraries

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Digital © rules stall in Canada

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Serious readers have gone online

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Why poetry matters

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Slamming in Harare

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Gemineye at St. Olaf’s

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Ted Kooser’s valentines

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One more non-diary

Fact-checking isn’t that hard

How to fake an autobiography

Kafka’s problem

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Talking with Orante Churm

complete with flash fiction contest
(deadline: Mon., March 10)

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The Amis family’s problems with race

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A cult figure in Kashmiri verse

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A profile of Narrative Magazine

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Stan Brakhage’s last interview

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Talking with Henry Hills

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The Creativity Project of Oklahoma

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Using the arts to “reseed” Dumbo

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The best art in Houston
(& I include the Rothko Chapel)

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Who owns art?

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A profile of Alden Mason

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Talking with Michael Rovner

& with Daniel Joseph Martinez

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NPR director out

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Italy updates authors’ rights

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Access to web & world in Cuba

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Tang Wei (but not Tony Leung)
banned for Lust, Caution

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China’s none too happy with Bjork either

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