Monday, April 28, 2008

 

Linh Dinh on the art of misnarration

on translation

the miscegenation of languages

& border poetics

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Ange Mlinko on National Poetry Month

National Poetry Month (different nation)

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I am Joaquín: reading & assumptions

Another version of the text

CS Perez on the controversy

George Hartley on the history of its reception

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The bookstore with a McArthur,
Librería Martinez
struggles to survive

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The failure of poetry

But even the NY Times notices the expansion
in the number of books & writers

Yet another consequence

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Cecilia Vicuña @ Kelly Writers House (MP3)

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K. Silem Mohammad on Lyn Hejinian & Jack Collom

Hejinian, reading in an Irish pub (MP3)

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Todd Swift on Charles Bernstein

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Auster’s rebellion

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The new Frank O’Hara Selected

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Remembering Basil Bunting

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A symposium in honor of Roy Miki

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Alan Gilbert’s poetry roundup

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Buffalo’s Oppen Fest

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the greatest of our poets

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A Coney Island of the Mind at 50

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Katie Roiphe on Germaine Greer’s bio of Ann Hathaway

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Juan Gelman wins the Cervantes

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Charles Bernstein With Strings (MP3)

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Edinburgh, the poem

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Howard Junker
on the William Carlos Williams Award

& the predictable Bill Knott
letting me know I did good

Richard Hell finally reviews Saroyan for the NY Times

David Giacalone on
Roberta Beary being named a finalist

From Wordfield’s Haikai Pub

“this landmark achievement for the ‘haiku community”

“the amazon.com rankings
of other ‘serious’ haiku books
rose considerably”

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“Mr. Kleinzahler’s poems
are of uncertain if not dubious
nutritional value.”

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Jack Kerouac’s Big Sur

Neal Cassady’s website

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Al Filreis on flarf

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Heather Paxton, blogging from Tikrit

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Dorothy Wordsworth & her brother

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The 13 poets laureate of the Bay Area

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Carl Sennhenn leaves no mark

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Kafka in the Hedgerows

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Talking with Dan Kaplan & his other

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Quietude at the end of the alphabet

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The Whorf hypothesis is back

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In Montego Bay,
a book ship threatens land-based stores

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Thomas Gagnon on Niama Leslie Williams

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Dead poets

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a canonic poet – of the academic breed

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Sparing Nabokov

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Terrance Hayes on the PBS Newshour

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Bringing order to The Strand is an art

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Seattle’s Locus Awards
ignore poetry altogether

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Jeffrey Frank on Zbigniew Herbert

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Norman Mailer’s other archives

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You can still get in to
Conceptual Poetry & its Others

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One part of Google’s book-scanning project

One problem with Google

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Wikipedia, the book

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The death of a bookstore
in East Vancouver

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YouTube poetics

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Jay Parini on why the ‘60s matter

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Seven Waterfield poets

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They’re not big on reading in Iran

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Stanley Fish responds to his critics

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Getting book reviews into newspapers
in a post-critical age

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Michael Dirda on Joseph Conrad

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Ray Craig, covering the classics
(the swimsuit issue)

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dichtung = condensare

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A profile of Ayanna Morris

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Talking with Billy Collins

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one of the great mongrels

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In Greece,
the right gets a novel pulled from award contention
(take action here)

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Armitage’s Homer

Armitage’s Armitage

The Gig

Daisy Fried likewise has rock & roll fantasies

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In the garden of poetry

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Poems from the street

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A profile of Daniel Kolos

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Agenda moves toward the half-century mark

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The New Hampshire slam finals

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Nadine McInnis’ Two Hemispheres

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Stephen Romer’s Yellow Studio

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Reading Simic & Kooser in Aiken County

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Brass knuckle poet

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Crazy English

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A demographic immune to the arts?

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McCain goes Optima

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What are the limits of “fair use”?

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The “so what” problem of academic books?

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Joni Mitchell as poetry vs.
”today’s published crap”

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Salman Rushdie feels the clock ticking

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A self-published memoir short-listed for prize

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The literary life

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The future of criticism

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Too many students at the library??

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North

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The web art of Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung

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Yale opts for censorship

Acknowledging “abortion art” as “fiction”

In Germany, it’s death as art instead

Also: Hitler’s bunker as art gallery

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Bill Berkson’s Sudden Address

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Brainard’s Nancy at Tibor de Nagy

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The art of the book

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Steve Kurtz is cleared!

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The prehistory of photography

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Frida Kahlo “giving the world the finger”

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Just what New York needs

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The sax drive of Sonny Rollins

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Is music criticism being sucked into the academy
(& how do Lyn Hejinian’s pauses differ from Public Enemy)?

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