Wednesday, April 16, 2008

 

Photo courtesy of Jacket

Henry Gould’s In RI

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Stephen Burt on John Ashbery

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Ron Padgett on A Prairie Home Companion

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Michael Lally on Joe Brainard’s Nancy

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The Patrick Herron publishing renaissance

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Oppen in Buffalo

Robert Creeley on George Oppen

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School of Q:
the empire strikes back

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PEN award to jailed Chinese writer

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Fady Joudah is the new Yale Younger Poet

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E.A. “Archie” Markham
(who sometimes published as Valerie Goodman)
has died

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Halvard Johnson reports that
Rebecca Kavaler has died

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Ulster poet Robert Greacen has died

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Death row poet executed in Japan

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A profile of Elliott Levin

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Bookstores brace for the next chapter

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Oni Buchanan’s The Mandrake Vehicles

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Why is Charles Bernstein on this agenda?

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A profile of M.H. Abrams

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What people like,
Madison version

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A Rae Armantrout page
(tho it calls me, more than once,
”Ron Stillman”)

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A Situationist & his ©

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Is the Arabic world ready
for a literary revolution?

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A survey for readers of books

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“The most published author
in the history of the planet”

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Talking with Sam Green

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How Boston’s poets are coping with
National Poetry Month

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Shakespeare in contemporary cinema

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Why poets sound like that

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“Why should everything be easy?”

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The emotions in Jan Beatty’s poetry

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Poetry can be your friend

Or poetry can be your salvation

& it can entertain the kids

You can put it in your pocket

But Don’t Call It a Comeback

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A new bio of Isaac Rosenberg

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Mary Oliver & Mark Doty

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Are human brains unique?

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Can pols be curators?

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The town saved by quilting

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Tan Dun, Philip Glass
& how much you can get away with

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