Thursday, May 08, 2008

 


photo by Chip Cooper

A terrific interview of
Cornelius Eady on Fresh Air

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Dale Smith on Jonathan Williams’
contributions to small press culture

An belated obit from The Times of London

A Jonathan Williams celebration in Philadelphia

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Louis Zukofsky as a “body without organs”

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Tony Tost’s “System Says”

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Adrienne Rich returns

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Close reading (aloud) a sound poem by Jaap Blonk

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The end of the sentence

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Getting rid of book returns

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A musical setting for Creeley’s “Sufi Sam Christian”

The Creeley-Steve Swallow version

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The Nuyorican Poets Café
turns 35

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Hating contemporary poetry
from Allen Ginsberg to Nada Gordon

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Can POD save the back-list?

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The impossible task of being
Alice Walker’s daughter

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Poetry Roundup:
Lewis Warsh, Cristina Perri Rossi, Auggie Kleinzhaler

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Julie Patton & Charles Bernstein on the Bowery

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Brian Cassidy on a collection of early photos & collages
by & about William S. Burroughs

The photos & collages can be linked from the left

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A short history of Korean poetry

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Back to Plath

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An anthology of Greek-American poetry

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Stride exits on its own terms

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A profile of Woeser

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The Palestine Festival of Literature

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Kashmiri poets in Middle Eastern anthology

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Banned Saudi novel available in English

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Shakespeare & philosophy

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Jeanette Winterson on
Shakespeare & Co.

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This week’s death-of-a-bookstore pieces
comes from Seattle

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The poet with too many heads

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Noise in the library

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Web reviews are selling books (duh)

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Giving authors back their ©

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Fatwas can make you a better person

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A profile of Vivimarie Vanderpoorten

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Joyce Carol Oates, taking shots at the canon

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Ilyas Malayev has died

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Poetry & pain

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What future for “foreign” languages?

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Bemoaning contemporary fiction

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Talking with David Yezzi

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Just the whole idea of
a Stephen King-John Mellencamp musical …

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Talking with Dana Gioia

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Talking about Richard Rorty

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Marketing contemporary Chinese art
under questionable circumstances

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John Yau talks to Simon Frost

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The perfect image of
being British”?

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Getting vertical with Richard Serra

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The “Michelangelo of graffiti

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Talking with Jeff Koons

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Mourning the death of Polaroid

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The photo is dead

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Phong Bui talks to Tom Doyle

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Rothko to Qatar

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A profile of Alanna Heiss

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A profile of Anselm Kiefer

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Art school as a place to
stop making sense

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Art writing beyond criticism

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Advancing dance

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Dance & anorexia

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The “Top 100” public intellectuals
are 92 percent male

What else is wrong with this list?

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