Thursday, June 26, 2008

 


Barrett Watten, Steve Benson, Kit Robinson          (photo by Tom Orange)

Writing as event:
reading The Grand Piano
at Orono

Language in the 1970s

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In the Un-American Tree:
why langpo is a
U.S. phenomenon

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The PhillySound comes to Fanzine

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The editor strikes back!
Mark Scroggins on Charles Bernstein on Auggie Kleinzahler

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Bruce Andrews:
Meaning, Method, Motive

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Analyzing this blog’s secret sauce

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The uncollected Clark Coolidge

Language, memory & masculinity
in Coolidge’s work

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Talking with Lytton Smith

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Non-imperial art is necessarily abstract art

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The dark labyrinth of conceptual poetries

A Euro-conceptualist conception
of the perfect day

Beyond conceptualism & flarf:
toward a slow poetry!

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Anne Tardos, Kenny Goldsmith & Charles Bernstein
on Swedish radio (MP3)

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Hannah Weiner & Basic English

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The “Objectivist” issue of Poetry

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Bernadette Mayer & the Capitalization of everyday life

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Jay Wright’s Polynomials and Pollen

Wright’s The Presentable Art of Reading Absence

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Talking with Jared White & Farrah Field

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Clarity in Oppen & Pound

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Talking with Vincent Quatroche

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Patrick Durgin:
bringing Hannah Weiner to the fore

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Poem predicated on Progress

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John Ashbery’s optional apocalypse

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Marché de la Poésie

Programme

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Talking with Renee Angle

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Jackson Mac Low
& the L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E  of intermedia

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Aleda Shirley has died

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Bricolage in Ronald Johnson’s ARK

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Video of Clayton Eshleman reading César Vallejo

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I think of this as the dancing alphabet

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Spending actually declined” last year
in public college libraries

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What didn’t happen in the 1970s

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On we” ennui

Breaking it down
to us & them

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Rachel Zolf wins Trillium

& Coach House wins the Premier’s Award

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Frank Kuenstler on PENNsound

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The power of poetry
over baseball

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Doubt & humor in Robert Creeley

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Mayakovsky & galoshes

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The Magisterium of Poetry

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A piece on poets with disabilities
that makes no mention of
Larry Eigner, John Wieners,
Jimmy Schuyler, Hannah Weiner,
Lynn Strongin, Michael Cuddihy or Scott Bentley

One place you could begin

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“All models are wrong,
but some are useful

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What would the perfect
online bookstore
look like?

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Tombstones for bookstores

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Is Amazon publishing’s
hope for the future”?

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Patterns

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Rotterdam’s Poetry International Festival

Videos (and some sound clips) of events

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Camus notebooks

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Talking with James Winn
about The Poetry of War

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University presses
start to sell via Kindle

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Bronk!

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Everything is poetic
about Times Square

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The Other Voices International Project

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FictionDB goes free!!

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Crank those books out!

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Archiving the submissions

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Ancient Greek novels

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The world’s “top thinker”?

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Contemporary poetry of Goa

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Does Google rule the world?

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Bye –bye indie cinema

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Flarf’s sonic cousin

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The sound of colors

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Digitizing sheet music

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Alan Gilbert on Theodore A. Harris
& the art of collaboration

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On Jed Perl’s attack on the present

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Dia gets a new director

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Blaming Barnes

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Twyla Tharp & the imitation of self

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Empowerment and/or isolation

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Special kudos to
the National Poetry Foundation
for putting up
so many of the abstracts & documents
from the 1970s conference

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