Friday, April 04, 2008

 

The bpNichol website has gone live

Life on bpNichol Lane

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What an interview should be:
CA Conrad interviewing Rachel Blau DuPlessis

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Frank O’Hara in The New Yorker

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Bruce Andrews turned 60 on Tuesday,
making him one day younger than Al Gore

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Jack Kimball on Joe Dunn

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Reginald Shepherd, Rachel Zolf & C. Dale Young
all are on the Lambda Poetry shortlist

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Ed Sanders in New Orleans

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The first Pericles in Philadelphia
in 150 years

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Some questions about conceptual poetry

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Alfred Corn on Jonathan Williams

The Winston-Salem Journal’s obit

The Highlander’s obit

Another North Carolina obit

A reading in Cambridge (the real one) in 1973

James Jaffe’s eulogy

Bookseller David Lovely’s comments

Those of Hermeneutic Circle

Having dinner with Jonathan 31 years ago

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Rae Armantrout in The New Yorker

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Long poems coming to Sussex

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Maya Angelou at 80

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Bob Creeley died three years ago this week

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The Whalen tribute reading in Portland

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Didi Menendez’ When I Said Goodbye

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The banana of God

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Is the web destroying your living?

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Hart Crane

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The number of words in the English language

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An Oppen Centennial salute in San Francisco

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Talking with Jorie Graham

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Is there onne Earthe a Manne more trewe
Thanne Willy Shakspeare is toe you”

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Talking with Grace Paley

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20 favorite poets for National Poetry Month

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PEN protests Horsley’s ban

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Somehow I missed the cringe event of the season

With “the perfect accessory

& even ringtones

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The “darling of the NPR set”

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Silliman for dummies

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Flarf: not dead yet

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The “science of literature

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The “national epic” of Britain is…

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Great expectations?

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Another elegy for The Bookroom

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12 statements about reading

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A Welsh poet in Italy

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Mabel Todd & Emily Dickinson

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Beckett’s taste in poetry

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The best travel bookstore ever?

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The best New Zealand poems of 2007
isn’t 30 pages long

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Buying what he thinks is
Lyn Hejinian’s first book

(He obviously has not seen
The Grreat Adventure!
)

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Love me, love my books

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A poet living “off-the-grid

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Poet Populist & local laureate collaborate

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The last reader of Julian Barnes

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More fun with ©

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A profile of Margaret Gibson

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The Wharton estate struggles

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Poetry on the radio in Zimbabwe

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Poets & thieves

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The last newspaper

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Between criticism & intolerance

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Questioning the politics of tenure

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In search of “Tom Thumb’s Blues

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Angus Fairhurst is dead

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From Bauhaus to Black Mountain

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An exhibition of fierce pussy

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Faint praise for Jasper Johns

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Art Institute cowers at threats from animal activists

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The world’s oldest adolescent

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Publications are dumping movie critics

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