Tuesday, June 17, 2008

 

Tom Beckett
on three books
using the same cover photo

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Saving books from the flood
in Iowa City

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Blogging
the “Poetry of the 1970s” conference
from
Orono, Maine

Tom Orange’s photos (195 of them)

Ben Friedlander’s photos (75)

Kaplan Harris’s photos (37)

A 2-minute video of Clark Coolidge reading

Kit Robinson reading from Ted Greenwald’s You Bet

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The Nonconceptualist Manifesto

A note on boundaries

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Rae Armantrout, Charles Bernstein,
A.R. Ammons & Charlie Simic
in the new issue of Poetry

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Jerry Rothenberg’s blog

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Where bloggers face arrest

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Talking with Patricia Smith

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Iman Bakry,
an Egyptian poet
with a sense of politics & puns

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The end of the sentence

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If there are 2 million professional artists
in the
USA,
how many are poets?

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Craig Dworkin’s The Consequence of Innovation

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Robert Vasquez’ Braille for the Heart

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Talking with Li-Young Lee

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Patrick Lovelace
on the archaeology of
Bill Pearlman’s Inzorbital

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Stephen Vincent
tracing Charles Olson’s
Mayan footsteps

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Nearly 3 years after being destroyed
by Hurricane Katrina,
the Afro-American Book Stop is back

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Nashville’s one gay bookstore
is for sale

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Montpelier
looks past the closure of
Yankee Paperback
(just 3 dozen indies left
in the state of
Vermont)

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A profile of North Oakland’s
Book Zoo

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Beth Kanell
against prose on the MTA

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Robert Duncan in DailyKos

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Befriending stingrays
where poetry is a virus

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Kerouac’s typewriter

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Ihechukwu Madubuike,
a major African literary critic

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Ben Jonson’s elegies for his children

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Lucinda Williams & her dad

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The Jerry Seinfeld of American poetry

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David Trinidad’s The Late Show

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Verbal art & linguistic science:
building on an idea of Kent Johnson’s (PDF)

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John Godfrey in The Nation
(subscription required)

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Mary Rudge,
Poet Laureate of
Alameda

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Talking with Eva Salzman

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Johanna Skibsrud’s
Late Nights with Wild Cowboys

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Karen Houle, Allesandro Porco,
Jordan Scott & R.M. Vaughan

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What the UK) poet laureate needs

But women are baling right & left

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Joyce Brinkman’s tenure
as
Indiana’s poet laureate

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The Dylan Thomas trail

& Homer’s

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Blogging, public intellectuals
& the academy

Public intellectuals, 2.0 (DOC)

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William Logan’s “Valentine’s Day Massacre”

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Poets as crime novelists

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How much money does a writer need?

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Language is physical

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Omissions
in the “Complete Works”
of Shakespeare

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C.K. Williams on his father

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Djelloul Marbrook’s
Far from
Algiers

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A Village Award for the Poetry Project

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A discussion with Asa Boxer

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Rawi Hage beats the big names
for the Impac Award

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A profile of Punjabi poet, Surjit Patar

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Remembering Faiz Ahmed Faiz
in
Milpitas

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Talking with Bharathi Devi

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Talking with Lauren Best

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Talking with Gore Vidal

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Reconsidering R.S. Thomas

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Talking with Raymond McDaniel

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James Reaney has died

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Who cares about book reviews?

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The “golden age” of book ads

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Some books you could buy today
but only at Christie’s

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Mike Barnes, Mark Clement & Jenny Bryan

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Poetry & travel

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A profile of Billy Collins

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More on “the world’s worst poet

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The enduring influence of Edward Thomas

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Mary Karr on poems about fathers

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The bridge is down

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A profile of Bucky Fuller

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DIY fonts

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Variety teaches the Hollywood set
how to read a book

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They serve other purposes too:
Beautify with books

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Electronic records preservation

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Hell for Adorno

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Will the left ever learn
how to communicate
across generations?

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How the ‘60s
energized the right

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Staying smart in the new dark ages

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Singing Baudelaire

Gerard Souzay
singing Duparc’s
”La invitation au voyage
(MP3)

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The latest in
sub-vertising

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Blek le Rat
& the roots of Banksy

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The street art of Seyed Alavi

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How to control the art world

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Kenneth Baker on
Frida Kahlo at SF MoMA

My review of the same show
in
Philadelphia

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Jess at Tibor de Nagy

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Oops

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A collection of essays
that shows
why it’s been a disaster
for 30 film critics
to quit or lose their jobs

in the last two years

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