Sunday, April 06, 2008

 

Remembering Anne Spencer
in Lynchburg,
VA

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What do we want
digital poetry to be?

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What Reginald Shepherd & Rae Armantrout
& Bill Zavatsky & Forrest Gander

all have in common

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Squaring Kenneth Goldsmith & Reginald Shepherd
on the poetics of identity

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Talking with Suzanne Vega

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John Tranter, in conversation with Charles Bernstein (MP3)

Tranter, reading from Urban Myths (MP3)

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d.a. levy and the mimeo-graph revolution

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Voice of America on Langston Hughes

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Falling for the charms
of Daniil Kharms

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Linh Dinh on poetry & technology

Reginald Shepherd on the same

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Dihn on the war poetry of Tran Da Tu

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Of all the books in the history of the world,
the one I most desire
is Robert Grenier’s Cambridge M’Ass

Barring that, I would love to get my hands
on the individual
who stole the copy off my office door
at SF State in 1981

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Fou is an excellent new e-journal

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Honoring Donald Finkel

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Jean Valentine, Li-Young Lee and Gary Snyder
at a poetry conference
spittin’ distance from the Bush estate in
Crawford, TX

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Jorie Graham’s Sea Change

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A profile of Thomas Sayers Ellis

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Shakespeare in court

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The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Slam Poetry

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“the slithering syntax of John Kinsella

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Aaron Anstett, a laureate for Pike’s Peak

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Karla Van Vliet reads to the door

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Why good poets work in pickle factories

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Using the web to build demand

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“I should note, as a bookseller, I hate everyone”

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The LA Times on national poetry month

Elsewhere in Los Angeles

Meanwhile in the Hamptons

Around Washington, DC

Atlanta chooses the Quietist route

What it all means

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Reed Whittemore at 88

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The largest poetry festival in Maine
is not in Orono

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10 Questions for Rachel Bunting

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Being interviewed posthumously by Robert Creeley

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Book buying in Boise

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Are boomers the last book-centered generation?

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Malayalam poetry and its mass connection

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A profile of Cheryl Lachowski

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A good look at the Allen anthology
hidden away among some bad HTML

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Siri Hustvedt’s The Sorrows of an American

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Frost in fiction

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Virginia Gillespie’s Taoist Inner Tube Rider

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Ekphrastic in Uganda

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Bei Dao in Oklahoma

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Why Richard Kenney is not a language poet

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Naipaul the sexist

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The war poems of Brian Turner

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Gillian Clarke is named Wales National Poet

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Talking with Linda Pastan

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$50,000 for one of the least risky poets
in
North America

But Daisy Fried likes him too

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Fried on Janet Malcolm

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How do you review a book like
Guy Gavriel Kay’s Beyond This Dark House?

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Kwame Dawes on
life & HIV in
Jamaica

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Chatting with Cherkovski

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The Impac Prize shortlist

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A profile of Salman Rushdie
that’s not fatwa-centric

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Rupert Smith
on his life in porn

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Mary Karr on Heather McHugh

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Teaching by formula

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“no official diagnosis of
death by blogging

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Symptomatic Reading & Its Aftermath

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The narcissism of small differences

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When time stood still in Grand Central Station

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