Monday, June 23, 2008

 

A tribute to Keith Wilson

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Flood pictures
of the University of Iowa

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Context, misreading & aggression
at the Aggression Conference

Juliana Spahr on the distinction
between a poetics of difference
& one of indeterminacy

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A response to The Grand Piano

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Kristin Prevallet on The Age of Huts (compleat) (PDF)

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Joel Brouwer on C.D. Wright

Angela Garbes on Rising, Falling, Hovering

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Talking with Mark Wallace

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Tracie Morris on PENNsound

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John Ashbery live
at the Griffin Prize

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A field guide to poetry in Cleveland

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Alan Gilbert on the Beats in India

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Philip Metres on Bruce Andrews
(with the Bill O’Reilly video)

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Jasper Bernes on the 1970s conference

Peter O’Leary on same (& day 2)

Rodney Koeneke’s An Alphabet for Orono (& part 2)

The Clark Coolidge experience

Thinking about (the Experimental Poetry) Community

Ben Friedlander’s photos now number 187
including this group shot
(click on the big version)

Patrick Pritchett’s photos

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For an Unoriginal Literature

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Reading Mac Low,
reading me reading Mac Low

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Langpo & New Narrative

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The Kabbalistic Flarfist

A planh one could have made
about the troubadours

Flarf is people…

Animal, human, flarf, conceptual

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Upper Limit Los Angeles

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Long live the Prince of Poets

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Eshleman reads Vallejo

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Talking with Honor Moore

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The blood of Sarah Manguso

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Leila Wilson on Eileen Myles (PDF)

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Howl & the paperback revolution

Allen Ginsberg reading Howl

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Four Jack Spicer poems in Portuguese
(plus “Thing Language” read by Jack)

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“a Human Rights Watch
labor report
refashioned in free verse”

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Susan Howe reading “The Nonconformist’s Memorial”

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Didi Menendez on the Joe Milford Poetry Show

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Mark Nowack on Fordism & poetics

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In which Scribbleskiff
discovers Jonathan Williams

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performing a Robert Creeley

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Jena Osman reading “Mercury: A Visualization”

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2 versions of a poem by Phil Whalen

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Fond of fonts

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Rise of the mini-lecture

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Jackson Mac Low reads “Stein 100: A Feather Likeness
of the Justice Chair”

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Who killed the semi-colon?

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A profile of Crazzy” Dave Dessler,
Ottawa street poet

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A profile of Kanwal Bharti

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A.S. Byatt: from text to textile

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Travis Nichols: anthologies offer poetic diplomacy

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Travis Nichols on the problems of laureates

we don’t need a poet laureate

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John Ronan succeeds Ferrini
as
Gloucester laureate

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A profile of Gloucester book dealer
Gregory Gibson

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In Berkeley, Cody’s closes

Olsson’s is closing
one of its DC stores

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In Minneapolis, Amazon has been saved

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Indies fight to stay afloat

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Blackwell’s to launch
print-on-demand

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In Portsmouth, NH, a move
to hold readings year round

The Portsmouth Laureate home page

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Anne Waldman reads “Stereo”

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Self evident

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Lutheran Surrealism: summing up

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J.G. Ballard’s surrealism of the suburbs

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Patti Smith’s Auguries of Innocence,
expanded & reissued

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Wanda Coleman reads “American Sonnet (35)”

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A correspondence with Guy Davenport

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B.S. Johnson’s novel in a box
(some assembly required)

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Poetry & society
in
China

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Linh Dinh on sports nationalism in poetry

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How Louis Jenkins’ “Back Country”
got recited at the Tony Awards

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a poet trying to have an experience

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D.A. Powell on New Bat City

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21st century medievalists

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Blackburn-born poet returns to roots

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Jay Parini on the punishing poetry
of Robert Frost

Out, Out

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Are you a member of the School of Quietude?

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Naguib Mahfouz’ Cairo Modern

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52 countries will be represented
at this Macedonian poetry conference

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“an exaggerated sense of importance”

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Ladi Soyode, lawyer, poet & politician

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A transcript of Mary Karr
doing Q&A online

Karr on Keats

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Mark Doty bemoans
conservativism that holds on in the literary world”

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New book from “old, dead, dull poet

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Adam Kirsch, rereading Robert Lowell

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What about Charles Williams,
asks the Archbishop of Canterbury

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A novelist’s take on
the Iowa Writers Workshop
of the 1980s

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More people who lost “their voice

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Richard Shelton
& poetry in prison

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The question of politics
in Anglophone Cameroon poetry

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The rhymes of war

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Carlin Romano on Salman Rushdie

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Talking with Pamuk & Oe

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The novelist and the murderers

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Dylan Thomas: propagandist

“The Art of Conversation” (PDF)

A poet for people who really don’t like poetry

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Getting paid for writing well

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Covering the poems of James Joyce

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An “antidote to the image
of poet as princess

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Edwin Morgan: modest magus

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Changing © in Canada

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Alex Lemon, a poet of white space

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Poughkeepsie teen
wins a top award

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Susan Firer & Kevin Prufer

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A grief-driven poetics

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Rereading Lolita
from the girl’s point of view

The Lolita Effect

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Imagining Sylvia Plath

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MLA added to WorldCat

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Canada terrorizes Jaspreet Singh

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Think of it as a sales opportunity

Or a good career move

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There’s more to research than Google

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AUTO / PALSY / PLAZA
& other “rubber haiku

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Reading Peter Bürger

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Barry Schwabsky on Peter Schjeldahl

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Monday at MoMA:
Writing Dalí

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Luc Sante on graffiti vs. advertising

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Would Australia ban Botticelli?

Censorship isn’t the answer

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Why critics suck

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When art & sports critics
trade jobs

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A Jeff Koons retrospective

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Frank Stella, campaigning
against the “orphan ©” law

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The joy of dumbed-down trophy art

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Hirst bypassing galleries altogether

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The ultimate elitist object

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Philip Guston & the poets

Brother from another planet

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Talking with Robert Irwin

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Suing the Basquiat authentication committee

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Twombly at the Tate

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The most expensive painting
ever sold in Australia
is still a Picasso

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The Barnes is kaput!

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Big Bird turns 74

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A profile of Jean Eustache

A retrospective of his films
next month in
Toronto

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Godard:
Everything is Cinema

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Transgender Turkish pop star
faces jail for anti-war message

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Deconstructing “Luka

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Ho, ho, hey, hey
the old New Left is in the way

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Lakoff’s Obama

Lakoff’s brain

The neurobiology of meaning

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Which type are you?

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Bye-bye George Carlin

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