Monday, July 07, 2008

 

Abusing Laura Riding

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John Tipton’s Sophocles

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Lin Zhao’s last works,
written in blood

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Jonathan Williams on Jesse Helms

CA Conrad on Jonathan Williams on Jesse Helms

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so much depends / upon

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Isabelle Garron & Sarah Riggs
in conversation
(along with many other YouTube poetry treats)

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Doug Lang on the poetry of the 1970s

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Refuting the myth of solitary genius
right at Romanticism’s birth

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Robert Creeley & Paul Blackburn:
fighting quietude in the 1940s

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Two from The Spoonlight Institute

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The fate of Iowa City

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Talking Flood Editions

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Philip Metres celebrates & sings himself

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The poetry of cancer

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James Wagner
on Eshleman’s approach to translation

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Homophonic
translations of non-English videos
have become a YouTube fad

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Your translation quiz

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John Latta is shocked, shocked!
that the NY Times
would assign a reactionary buffoon
to review Frank O’Hara

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The body’s grammar is distinct

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Lovecraft, Ovid, Olson

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A profile of Nick Flynn

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Worshipping Walt Whitman

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Worshipping William Stafford

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Grace Cavalieri on Louise Bogan (MP3)

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Dannie Abse wins Welsh book award

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Resurrecting Walter Lowenfels

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The soul of the School of Quietude

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Baghdad poet Soheil Najm

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A biography of Isaac Rosenberg

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Stray dog line breaks

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John Latta on Shurin & Zukofsky (Paul)
while giving “the stinkeye”
to anything post-avant

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Mary Karr on Terrance Hayes

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The “top 100”
Liberal Arts Professor blogs

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Talking with Robert Pinsky

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Muldoon’s shadow

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Marge Compfort
has passed away

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Black Mountain College Museum
to hold Jonathan Williams tribute

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A profile of Frost’s home

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One © to rule them all,
one © to bind  them”

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Philly’s lone poet-owned bookstore,
Molly’s Books,
is closing this month

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The future of newspapers

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Waterboarding Christopher Hitchens

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There goes the neighborhood

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Joseph Cornell’s Rose Hobart

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Bucky at the Whitney

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A profile of Daniel Lezama

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Hartmut Austen

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