Sunday, March 23, 2008

 

Shanna Compton recaps the “book cover” meme

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A Jonathan Williams page at the EPC

The bard of Scaly Mountain

Michael Lally on Jonathan Williams,
Ivan
Dixon & Anthony Minghella

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A page for Helen Adam at the EPC

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The Robert Duncan page at PennSound

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Questions for Ishmael Reed

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Poetry as a topological model for political thought –
the case of Rod Smith

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Reading Rachel Loden

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Who is the secret poet in the UK government?

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Talking with Paul Siegell

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5 stories by Barbara Henning

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The Missoula scene

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Kent Johnson presents Jaime Saenz

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Justin Sirois Secondary Sound

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Tsering Woeser & Wang Lixiong
are under arrest in
Beijing

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Making Gertrude accessible

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A Puerto Rican poet with Alzheimer’s

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John Ashbery accepts the Robert Creeley award

The roots of the Creeley award

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Charles Bernstein & the authentic self

What makes a poem a poem?
(60 second lecture)

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“The world’s longest poem”??

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Barry MacSweeney & the Bunting influence

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Donald Richie on 100 waka

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Guy Davenport as cartoonist

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Alan Davies on Emanuel Carnevali

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Garrison Keillor reads Cid Corman

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Simic vs. Creeley

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Jayne Cortez in Bed-Stuy

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The Most Dangerous Art
poetry in 20th century
Russia

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Bad-boy memoirist denied entry to US

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A new translation of Cavafy

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Bookshelf etiquette

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A jazzman’s plans
for libraries in New Orleans

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Adam Fieled on Jordan Stempleman

Jeffrey Side on Adam Fieled

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A profile of Travis Watkins

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Todd Swift on different directions
for Canadian poetry

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Borders is for sale

But is the damage already done?

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The resurrection of Franz Wright

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Poetry Everywhere is heavily skewed
towards the
School of Quietude

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Thomas Lux on Ilya Kaminsky

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Josh Corey on the new sentence
& the “red meat” of narrative

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The greatest poets of my generation are women

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King Lear of the Taxi

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Poets with a shoe fetish

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Creative writing programs without poetry
are quite normal down under

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March 19 was World Poetry Day

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A profile of Jack Wiler

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Edward Byrne on the start
of Bob Dylan’s career

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The Longfellow tour

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A novel about Robert Frost

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Recalling Bill McLaughlin

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Preparing for the NEA

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clichéd…and sentimental” –
Michael Hofmann’s Selected Poems

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Profile of a workshop in Lacey, WA

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The death-haunted poetics of Alan Shapiro

Andrew Hudgins on Shapiro & Michael Chitwood

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A snoozer from Mark Strand

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A collaborative film betwixt
Alasdair Gray & Liz Lochhead
that never quite happened

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Eavan Boland & Edward Hirsch on
The Making of a Sonnet

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Translation slams

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Newspapers on campus

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School of Quietude: prose division

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Do schools kill creativity?

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Nicholson Baker’s inconvenient truths

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Wikipedia syndrome

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Vito Acconci at Slought

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After Frida Kahlo

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One way to replace critical thinking

Do art critics matter?

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Peep Show 2

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Allan Kaprow happenings at the Tate Modern

He is not Allan Kaprow

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Art fraud on EBay busted

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The patron is a Prada

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Wright country

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The last of the rightwing modernists

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The price of free expression

Agit-prop or sterotypes?

Umberto Eco on the freedom to write

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