Monday, June 09, 2008

 

Talking with Tao Lin

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A profile of Caroline Bergvall

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Flarf vs. conceptualism
the war begins

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In Moscow, two exhibits celebrate
the “inventor” of conceptual poetry,
Dmitri Prigov

Citizens Please Mind Yourselves

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More comments on
the Conceptual Poetry Symposium
from Charles Alexander

And even more from Vanessa Place

Vispo at the symposium

Tracie Morris on black code

Cole Swensen’s negative ekphrasis

Kenny G seeks to get a last word

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Lyn Hejinian’s A Border Comedy

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Octogenarians rule

Blaser wins the Griffin

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Joan Houlihan dissing
Matthea Harvey’s Modern Life

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Poetry in the 1970s

Conference schedule

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Talking with Liz Mariani

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Mary Oliver’s 12th collection

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In the U.K., a woman poet laureate
would mean progress

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When you conflate high modernism & the avant-garde

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Bringing together Chinese & British poetries

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Jack Foley on Lawrence Ferlinghetti

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Lamantia & Hoffman together again

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LA Times obit for Paula Gunn Allen

UCLA Newsroom obit

Talking with Paula Gunn Allen

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This just in:
Guardian runs obit of Jonathan Williams

An appreciation from Mitzel in Fag Rag

Another by Norbert Blei in Poetry Dispatch

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The importance of Jeffrey Beam

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“the most successful publisher of poetry in history
stops

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Dale Smith on lyric strategies

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Reading Beth Bachmann

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Remembering Josephine Jacobsen

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A profile of Maxine Kumin

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Youg Shu Hoong readings in London

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The latest on Walcott vs. Naipaul

David Rieff on Naipaul

The first chapter of Naipaul’s latest

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A blog on the social function of diaries

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George Eliot & Louis Zukofsky

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3 poems by Charles Bernstein

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What we hear in readings

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Mark Nowak asks the age-old question
about poetry in a post- (and anti-) literate society

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Elizabeth Bradfield’s Interpretive Work

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Nam Le & “ethnic lit”

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Major Jackson on voicemail poetics

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Poetry & Hollywood

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Violence & verse

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MP3s from the Twin Cities’ slamfest

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Re-envisioning Djuna Barnes’
Book of Repulsive Women

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Mary Karr on William Matthews

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The Edgar Lee Masters poetry reading
& tractor show

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The anti-Williams

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Death of a bookstore on
Martha’s Vineyard

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Black Oak Books’
SF branch has closed

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One place where reading is rising – Spain

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A profile of Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg

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The to-do over Wetlands

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Charles Murray’s attempt
to re-edit his past

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The fate of Ford Maddox Ford

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The writers’ strike cost $2.1B
& 37,000 jobs

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The poets of Greenville, Ohio

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30 poets on film

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IT failure haiku poems

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Talking with Mary Lou Sanelli

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His own best fan

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Talking with Charles Nevsimal

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21 promising writers

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Talking with William Jay Smith

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Nampa, Idaho
where ignorance is not only bliss
but policy

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Talking with Paul Siegell

Not quite a profile of Siegell

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Talking with Monica Youn (MP3)

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Rushdie’s Florence

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A sonnet by Billy Collins

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In the end, we’re all the Grateful Dead

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Why major in painting?

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Tracy Emin: My life in a column

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Barry Schwabsky on Jess
(subscription required)

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Master photographers at the Met

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Aussie cops drop Henson prosecution

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A school for scoundrels

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GIRLdrive

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Something to look forward to

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