Monday, April 21, 2008

 


Barack Obama & Bob Casey right here in Paoli on Saturday     (Photo by Sleeping Cat Beads)

Alice Walker on Barack Obama

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Jeffrey Side interviews Marjorie Perloff

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Tom Clark needs your help

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Lyn Hejinian at Woodland Pattern

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Michael Dirda on Scroggins' Zukofsky

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Wikipedia discriminates against small press poets

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Elizabeth Willis talking with Charles Bernstein

Elizabeth Willis reading

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Women Poets on Mentorship

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In Tibet, Jamyang Kyi arrested

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Talking with Al Young

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Contemporary poetry from the Middle East, Asia & beyond

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Thomas Braichet has died of cancer at 30

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NY Times obit for Aimé Césaire

The Associated Press obit

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Langdon Hammer on John Ashbery

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Community & post-colonial poetics

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An excellent obit of Andrew Crozier

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On the question of the line

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Stephen Burt against argument

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Talking with Robert Creeley

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Yet another appreciation of Jonathan Williams

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Walt Whitman reads aloud

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Craig Perez on Aram Saroyan & the “ethnic-avant”

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What went on at the
Chicago Poetry Symposium

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A free verse novel about werewolves

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A poem by Gustaf Sobin

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North Carolina’s contributions to Beat culture

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Jack Hirschman remembers the Beats

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Talking with Jorie Graham

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The globalized fictioneer

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Sam Cornish in Jamaica Plain

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Plumly’s Keats

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Robert Pinsky’s poetry FAQs

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Axel Pinpin, poet & political prisoner

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Bernard O’Donoghue’s Selected Poems

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Letters from Stephen Burt, Slavoy Žižek, Frank Kermode et al

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Vendler’s Yeats

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The history of poetry in 362 words

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Talking with Anne Stevenson (PDF)

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10 questions for Ivy Alvarez

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Rereading The Morning of the Poem

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The failures of Philip Schultz

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Imagining Akhmatova

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Cavafy vs. Dylan & Catullus

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A profile of Darrell Kinsey

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The national poets of Wales

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New Brazilian anthology seems bland

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James Winn on The Poetry of War

Poems Against War

And in the hands of the troops

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Writing at V Tech

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“A professor, a poet, and a nun all walk into a bar . . . “

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In Australia, a “national poetry festival

& in Canada, a “national poetry face-off

Face-off challenger Sandra Dunn

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The poem in your pocket

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A profile of Beth Ann Fennelly

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Frost’s prose

& Frost as fiction

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Poetry Live(s)

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Galway Kinnell & David Wojahn

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Dylan Thomas’ daughter

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John Betjeman’s “muse”

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Charlie Simic goes to Choate

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A profile of George Barker

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With Ted Kooser, WYSIWYG

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A panel on the art of translation

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Slammin’ for “Greek Week

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Ed Hirsch on what poetry is

Hirsch’s “Cotton Candy”

A profile of Hirsch

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Jazzmouth & Billy Collins

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The gender gap in contest panels

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Snippets of quietude

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Amsterdam:
World Book Capital 2008

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Libraries now

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Recent Library of Congress readings:
Philip Nikolayev (MP3)
Naomi Shihab Nye (RAM)

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The new Parnassus

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Poetry for the young

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LSU & two small presses
make up the SIBA poetry shortlist

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Mishima on stage

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Rescuing Steinbeck

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Joyce Carol Oates on the last days
of famous writers

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Family vs. writing in the fiction of
Erica Jong

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Creating Slaughterhouse Five

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Talking with Lewis Turco

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Studying the smell of old books

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Favorite bookstores

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Bruce Sterling at Innovationsforum

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Sit shiva for narrative

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Is Georgia State the new Kinko’s?

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Free, online, open source textbooks

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French Theory is not “just another Fish story”

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Against critics as “neuroscience groupies

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Darwin online

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The “100 most powerful people” in British culture

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Happy birthday, John Chamberlain

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Remembering Pippa Bacca

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Abortion as art

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Benefits Supervisor Sleeping

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The photographs of Walter Crump

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Kitaj’s last works

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Amy Sillman – the ultimate New York artist

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The Beijing art market

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Rodchenko at the Hayward

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Postcards from Warren

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Film revisits the case of Roman Polanski

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The heritage of being Wagner

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Battlestar Galactica’s composer
blogs the show

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A YouTube blues tour

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Felicity, California,
the center of the world

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