Thursday, May 01, 2008

 

Talking with Geraldine Monk

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Charlie Simic out as PLOTUS

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Jason Shinder has passed away

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The Double-Dream of Spring

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Michael Palmer in New Zealand

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Brad Leithauser on Elizabeth Bishop

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Travis Nichols on Phil Whalen

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Antiphonies:
Essays on Women’s Experimental Poetries
in
Canada

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In the American Tree
the radio show

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In Chicago,
a Poets’ Theater Showcase

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Talking with Lydia Davis

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Robert Sward on Paul Blackburn

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Reasons to remember George Oppen

Contrasting Oppen with Taylor Brady & Rob Halpern

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Remembering Césaire in Nairobi

Eshleman on Césaire

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A profile of Sherko Bekas

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Leonard Schwartz talking to Pierre Joris (MP3)

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Talking with Yusef Komunyakaa

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Larry McMurtry, bookseller

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Reading Creeley’s “Morning”

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Talking with Paul Siegell

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50 best cult books

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CS Perez on Bill Knott’s
interpretation of the PSA Williams Award

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Giving a 1,000-page poem away on the web

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David McCann on Kim Sowôl

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Publishing “a right old mess

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n + 1 = ??

All the Sad Young Literary Men

Nothing like a roman a clef to attract reviews

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Gary Snyder,
gilding the Lilly

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“Form is nothing more than an extension of content

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Nick Piombino on Goodreads

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A scene grows in Brooklyn

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A job for Voltaire

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Another 19th century genre
resuscitated by the NEA

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A Mark Doty retrospective

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What future for Euro-lit?

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How to kill Shakespeare

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“the daily miracle

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The latest bookstore scam

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The lineup for this year’s
Philadelphia Book Festival

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What’s become of libraries?

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A reading in honor of Rita Riddle

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A class blog on “fair use

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Critic or writer

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Poetry Out Loud has a winner

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A flight without a book

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Is one book a week too much to ask?

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Paul Wonner has passed away

So has Henry Brant

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Knowing the Weather Underground

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1968 at the movies

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The weirdesttop 100 moves” list ever

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The aesthetics of web video

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A short history of shock art

This week’s example

& for next week: head lice

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The lure of heresy

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Saving modernism’s “mistakes

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The (re)birth of British architecture

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Talking about Jerome Robbins

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Robert Rauschenberg & the limits of appropriation

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Olafur Eliasson on the limits of museums

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A throat-singing sax player

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