Monday, March 31, 2008

 

Rod Smith on Ceptuetics (MP3)

Plus Kenny Goldsmith (MP3)

& Bruce Andrews (MP3) & Kim Rosenfield (MP3)

§

New York Times obit for Jonathan Williams

§

Indiana cancels Constitution

§

Talking with Blas Falconer

Emily Pérez on Falconer

Falconer on the experience & aesthetics of
the Other Rican

§

Joshua Marie Wilkinson
reading at Stephanie Young’s house
(MP3)

§

Rae Armantrout’s Next Life

§

Javier Huerta in conversation with Miguel Murphy

§

The poems of Vaan Nguyen

§

Poems from an attic

§

Robert Fagles has died

A test of translation

§

Gordon Brown’s favorite poem

§

Textsound, accent on the sound

§

Beth Ann Fennelly’s Unmentionables

§

The oldest bookstore in Canada is kaput!

§

Humans were not built for reading

§

From John Lowther’s long poem Stoppages

§

A Rotary Club takes note of Robert Creeley & John Ashbery

§

Muggles enrolling in Potter studies

§

Have books about books
replaced books?

§

Patricia Smith’s Teahouse of the Almighty

§

Talking with Mark Strand

§

Talking with Alfred Arteaga

Craig Santos Perez on Arteaga

§

Hugo Claus has died

§

Bill Brown’s Late Winter

§

A new e-book on iPaper from Tomaž Šalamun

§

On finding one’s name in The Constructivist Moment

§

Ruth Dallas has died

§

The poet as rock star – Mary Oliver

§

Amazon goes after Lulu

§

Lorenzen’s, the last used bookstore in Little Rock,
is shutting down

§

Indie bookstores in Austin

§

Brits don’t read the classics

What British teens
do & do not read

§

The vanishing newspaper

§

Joyelle McSweeney on Mónica de la Torre

§

Six new poems from John Wilkinson

§

Oe & Okinawa

§

Why plagiarism in books gets by

§

Rich Villar’sArs Poetica in Progress”

§

A profile of Kevin Higgins

§

April is the cruelest month
& getting crueler every year

§

Poetry Everywhere in Milwaukee

§

A reading series in Salem, MA

§

The most successful Indian novelist

§

A profile of Robin Robertson

§

Touring Longfellow’s home

§

Form, formalism & literary memory

§

The poetry scene in Northern Nevada

And Central Michigan

§

Robert Crawford, “agog at technology”

§

Mary Karr on Louise Gluck

§

Byron’s editor

§

The Polish journalist’s posthumous poems

§

A new collection from Young Smith

§

Locating the book review section

§

The worst Henry James title ever

§

The love poems of Sylvia Townsend Warner

§

When writing fiction shuts down the poetry

§

The end of customer service

§

Why is El Greco worth less than a Koons?

§

Art & race

§

Enrique Chagoya at the Berkeley Art Museum

§

Art vs. history in San Francisco

§

The latest chapter in the old
Is graffiti art?” debate

§

A Governor General’s Award
to a performance artist

§

Alvin Ailey gets both a street
& a Barbie Doll

§

The chimp who thought he was a boy

§

A big tip of the hat to
The Latino Poetry Review
from whose big first issue
we’ve taken just a few choice links

Labels: ,





<< Home

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?