Saturday, May 24, 2008

 

George Oppen Centennial Symposium
Poets House, NYC
(MP3s of the entire event!)

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Professor denied tenure over flarf

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Students expelled for writing, collage

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Jon Carroll,
humiliated by P-R-I-V-I-L-E-G-E
for Small Press Distribution

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Paul Hoover on Proceduralism & Chance Poetics

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Rachel Blau DuPlessis’ Blue Studios:
Poetry and Its Cultural Work

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Stephen Romer’s Yellow Studio

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PEN translation award goes to
Rosmarie Waldrop

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Lyn Hejinian’s Little Book
of a Thousand Eyes

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Peter Gizzi on Barbara Guest

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What differentiates
bad poetry from good

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MP3s of KCRW’s Bookworm program:
Clayton Eshleman (forthcoming, May 29)
Ariana Reines
Eileen Myles & Maggie Nelson
Bob Hass

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Will Barnes & Noble buy Borders?

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Suzanne Vega wrestles with
the problems of composition

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Tao Lin Week at 3:AM Magazine
Day Four
Day Three
Day Two
Day One

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

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The Geraldine R Dodge poetry lineup:
Forrest Gander, C.D. Wright,
Brenda Hillman & a whole lot
of the
School of Q.

The festival of literary magazines
in New Jersey

looks like a lot more fun

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Talking with Ruth Fainlight

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Honor Moore’s memoir of her father

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Talking with Henry Rollins

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William Burroughs, Jonathan Williams & d.a. levy

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Emma Sovich has won
the best campus writing award
in the country

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Orhan Pamuk’s Istanbul

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A tremendous achievement

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Milton is not better than Shakespeare
but he’s still pretty good

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Are writers made or born?

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The poetry of John Haines

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Gary Snyder, voice of the wild

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Using Lulu to return rare books to print

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In Cardiff Castle gentleman’s room

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Joan Houlihan on the question
of who reviews women at CPR,
and how

Kathleen Rooney’s review
of Elizabeth McFarland
triggered this

Daniel Hoffman’s preface to the book

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Stephanie Norgate & Tamara Fulcher

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Remembering Sarah Hannah

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Backing Duffy for laureate

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Borrowing the voice of Helen Keller

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The e-publishing / © quandry

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Bush appointees trash EPA libraries

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An empiricist cheers for Alan Sokol

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The politics of theory

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Politics? I don’t got show you
no stinkin’ politics…

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Mingus: The Clown

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Misunderstanding Nina Katchadourian

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The hottest music ticket in California:
The ROVA / Nels Cline Celestial Septet

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The gaze of the artist & the female muse

Lucian Freud’s “Benefits Supervisor
weighs in

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Michael Rossman has died

FSM Archive

Michael’s blog

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