Tuesday, May 13, 2008

 

Král Majáles

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Putting poetry readings out of business in Chicago

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Louis Zukofsky died 30 years ago yesterday

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Tony Wood on Daniil Kharms

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Sarah Ruden’s Virgil

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Edward Byrnes on Gary Snyder

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Ten questions for me
(not to be confused with
12 or 20)

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Ten questions for Toni Morrison

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Peter Gizzi
talking with Charles Bernstein on Close Listening (MP3)
& reading his poetry

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Frank Wilson on Frank O’Hara

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Jordan Davis on Rudy Burkhardt

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The future of English

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Open source language learning?

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The “Imperialist Ear:
poetry, sound, geography

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Gallese & Lakoff:
The Role of the Sensory-Motor System
In Reason and Language (PDF)

Other papers by Vittorio Gallese

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1958: war of the intellectuals

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Geof Huth responds to the question
of sentimentality

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A poetry quiz by Linh Dinh

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Doris Lessing:
”the Nobel has been a disaster”

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Ocho 14,
which I reviewed here,
is now available free
as an online download (PDF)

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Chase Berggun,
”the young Robert Creeley”

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Brenda Iijima
reading (streaming audio & video)

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In memory of Jonathan Williams,
a recipe for Hopping John

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High school class argues over
Aram Saroyan’s
Complete Minimal Poems

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Lorenzo Thomas:
a reading on video & mp3

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Reading Error:
Palmer, Bernstein, Hejinian

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George Bowering & Stuart Ross
in New
Denver, BC

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Franklin Marshall Davis
the poet in Obama’s life

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Challenging John Hollander’s racist vision

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Craig Boyko,
the “next great Canadian author”?

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Prose poems from California

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Contending views of poetry

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Bloodaxe turns 30 In Person

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Is grand Arabic poetry still possible?

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What is Arab-American poetry?

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The Moral Resonance of Arab Media

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PBS Newshour on Israeli & Palestinian poetry

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Robert Redford & Wendell Berry

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The poet writes a best-seller

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There will be no new print editions
of the OED

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© orphans

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Bridesmaid revisited

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Sky high poetry from Singapore to London

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Thomas Wyatt, modernist

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A profile of Mike Barrett

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The Wordsworth of Kashmir

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John Donne & the Sopranos

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Hard times for lit crit?

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Southern California
gets its 3rd laureate

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Killing the Minnesota Review?

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He got a Nobel Prize for Literature
for a ghostwritten work

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Tone maps for reading aloud

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David Orr on Vendler’s Yeats

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No Bukowski in the Wash Post
poetry issue?!?!

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The most objectionable book in America?

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Loving what you ridicule

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“Resistance Poetry Night”
comes to Tehran

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A profile of Adam Kirsch

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Designing book covers for the airport

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Postcards from Larkin

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Mary Karr & Sarah Harwell
doing the Mother’s Day theme
with a twist

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World’s longest poem?

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I won’t write about this

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Resurrecting John Stuart Mill

& remembering “Dick” Rorty

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Remembering things that never happened

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Contesting Said’s Orientalism

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Doubling arts audiences in Philly?

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Talking with Steve Swallow
(in part about Bob Creeley)

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Howard Mandel’s complete review of
George Lewis’ A Power Stronger than Itself:
The AACM and American Experimental Music

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Art Lange on Steve Lacy

Bill Shoemaker on Lacy

Brian Morton on Lacy

Lacy in Europe

A roundtable on – you guessed it

Memories of Lacy

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Can Bruce Springsteen be art?

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Because art is context

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So what is painting now?

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Public art should be picked democratically

Or maybe not

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Is Richard Serra the most popular
Flickr artist?”

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The rise of street art

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MF Husain beats “obscenity” charge
for the seventh time

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Suze Rotolo speaks up

LA Times review

Salon

Rotolo’s book art

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Gerhard Richter & Sigmar Polke
in the cathedral

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12 films documenting
this year’s Pew Fellows

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Hanon Reznikov has died

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