Wednesday, March 19, 2008

 

An obituary for Jonathan Williams

& another from The Asheville Citizen-Times

Alex Gildzen, Mark Scroggins, Jeff Davis,
CA Conrad, Don Share, Laurie Duggan
Gulayihi” & John Latta remember

Two great photos

Charles Shere on Magpie’s Bagpipe

An exhibit of Williams’ collection of
American vernacular art

Williams talking with Jeffrey Beam

A profile of Jonathan Williams

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Arthur C. Clarke has died

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The C.D. Wright page at PennSound

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A reader’s companion to
Annie Finch’s Calendars
(PDF)

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A history of the Cleveland poetry scene

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Rosmarie Waldrop in The Nation

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Eight books by Basil King

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Monstrous women of the avant-garde

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On Bottom: On Shakespeare

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Nine books by John Yau

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Robert Duncan & Eric Mottram:
a dialog

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Charles North & Hettie Jones

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On Tom Devaney & Peter Krok

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Shanna Compton on Cathy Park Hong

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Tom Raworth & British humor

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Eileen Tabios on Bob Marcacci

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Tim Peterson on Charles Bernstein

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Talking with Ed Sanders

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Nico Vassilakis on (sorta) Morton Feldman

Nico’s Text Loses Time

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Mary Jo Bang:
big star, small sky

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Poets die young

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MP3s of The Line reading series
are starting to come online

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Talking with Washington laureate
Sam Green

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Charles Simic on Kosovo

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Lisa Lubasch’s Twenty-One After Days

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Two poems by Bill Berkson

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Stephen Vincent on Trevor Joyce

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The problem of storing your cash in books

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Sheila Murphy’s Skinny Buddha

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Taking Eliot seriously

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Amiri Baraka on Ed Dorn

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Noah Eli Gordon’s Noise Pictorial Noise

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The poetry brothel

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Selected poems of Eric Pankey

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Lila Zemborain’s Mauve Sea-Orchids

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Vincent Katz in English & Portuguese

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Reducing your book’s carbon footprint

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The laureate at Mr. Burger

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Some identity poetics for Irish Americans

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Two veterans of the St. Louis scene
return for a reading

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Cathleen Calbert’s Sleeping With A Famous Poet

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A bookstore struggles to survive

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37 booksellers give publishers feedback

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A “bluffer’s guide” to poetry

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Singing in a dark time

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Alan Shapiro’s Old War

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Jean Venuga’s Prau

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Amir Sulaiman at Brown

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Teaching & security

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A legend in his own mind

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What Heather McHugh doesn’t know about Star Wars

“Space Bar” (plus Q&A)

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Thomas Fink on David Lehman

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How anti-intellectual is the U.S.?

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A poet for “the simplest hearts

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Jorie Graham, centerfold

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Maggie Nelson, Julie Cook & David Foster

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Mathew Takwi’s Fire on the Mountain

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The “greatness” of Ted Hughes

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The future of literature programs, if any

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Business Week on literacy

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Gargoyle & the limits of audio

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Corrine Fitzpatrick’s Zamboanguena

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Feminist artists across generations

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New play opens in the toilets

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The “most poetic” Biennial

Failure is an option

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Twombly goes to Rome

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Jasper Johns, fifty years later

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From tag writer on the streets
to the National Gallery

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Color at MoMA

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Are you getting your fiber

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Why not nationalism?

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What role for expertise?

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What the FCC?

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Are Republicans objectively fascist?
Just ask

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Chapeaus off to Galatea Resurrects
from whom the many links here
represent just a fraction
of its terrific new number 9

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