Thursday, July 10, 2008

 

Alan Gilbert on the King Kong
of summer writing conferences

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Close reading Rae Armantrout

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Minimal man, Aram Saroyan

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Kyle Schlesinger on the books of Ted Greenwald

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Leon Lewis & William Bradley
on why the know-nothing approach to Zukofsky
knows less than it thinks

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Dale Smith on Andrew Schelling’s Orono talk
about the Zen Cowboy / Wounded Buffalo school(s)

Slow Poetry & temporary autonomous zones

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Mark Scroggins on Graham Foust
& the risk of short poems

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Reginald Shepherd on the New American Poetry

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Books by Lewis Warsh, Geoffrey Young & Edmund Berrigan

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Amanda Stewart reading (MP3)

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MP3s from the Aggression conference

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The last interview of Thomas Disch (MP3)

An obit from The Telegraph

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Movie City Indie obit of Bruce Conner
with lots of film clips

NY Times obit

Artforum obit

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Lawrence Joseph,
in conversation with Charles Bernstein (MP3)

Joseph reading (MP3)

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Neruda’s love poems
to his wife’s niece

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Experiment,
but like you vote conservative

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Vanessa Place on NIco Vassilakis’s Text Loses Time

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Reviews of Phil Whalen, Hannah Weiner,
Allen Ginsberg’s Buddhist Poetics
& much more in ABR’s
LineOnLine
(PDF)

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Indiana judge opts for the First Amendment (PDF)

How predictable was this?

PEN flunks the PRC

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Salman Rushdie in Los Angeles

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Taking it to the street
in New Zealand

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Agent fights to salvage cred

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Of 1,000 journalism jobs that were lost last year,
121 belonged to critics

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Garrick Davis’ love song for New Criticism

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Books by & about Mahmoud Darwish

Darwish: sarcasm & hope

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Travis Nichols’
tracks the blogs responding
to William Logan’s
trashing of Frank O’Hara

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A love that begins
at Beyond Baroque

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Peter Gizzi,
narrating his bewilderment

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Matthea Harvey’s Modern Life

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Reading Zukofsky without much context

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When bad books happen to good writers

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“the quiet labor of refinement

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Talking with Kevin Goodan

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The sexiest poets (living)

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The Green Lake Poet is back!

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APR’s latest all-Philly supplement

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A bookstore in Nairobi

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On Martha’s Vineyard,
A Bunch of Grapes burns
(a 2003 profile of the store)

Grapes plans to rebuild

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Karuta,
the Japanese poetry card game
travels to
China

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CFP:
Naked Lunch @ 50

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Grammar trouble, gender trouble

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A Nepali poetry fest
in
Baltimore, MD

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Fictive Frost

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Shetland poets in Edinburgh

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Ron Hansen’s Exiles

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Slammin’ in Atlanta

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Robert Minhinnick explains himself

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Davis McCombs’ Dismal Rock

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A profile of Jacob Erin-Cilberto

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Mark Ward’s Thunder Alley

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4 poems by Dana Gioia

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Billy Mills on poetry & memory

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A mild-mannered accountant by day
& a psychopath at night

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A profile of Vivian Bogardus

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Do libraries need experts?

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Do pizzas need poetry?

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Adobe lets PDF go open source
& become an ISO standard

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Mondegreen is now a word

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Memoir of widowhood
wins for Abse

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Tung-Hui Hu
in
Oxford, Mississippi

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The peculiar institution
on the honorary degree

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The first cut-up

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The first intermedia

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An “ATM for books

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Digital Imaging Best Practices 2.0 (PDF)

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NPR expands its book coverage

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Maxwell Corydon Wheat’s
still not pulling punches

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A profile of Kafayat Abdul-Quadri

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God’s Red Poet:
The Life of Kenneth Leslie

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A Zimbabwean poet
in Che in Verse

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The Times’ original (1922) review
of the poems of Isaac Rosenberg

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A poet of the Congo
writing in English

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Improv & critical thinking

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Aim for the omnivore

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An Allan Bloom for Generation Next
(blame it on technology)

And a Chong

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Jay Parini:
why poetry matters

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The only First World War poet
with surviving children

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Million’s Poet
ups the ante

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JoAnn Balingit,
Delaware’s 16 poet laureate

Sam Green,
Washington’s first

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Restoring
Poe’s home in the
Bronx

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Reading Surender Bhutani
in
Bucharest

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A Brazilian bookfest

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Perfectionism:
crime against humanity

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The end of theory
scientific method

& responses

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He h8s txt msgs

2b or not 2b

The joy of text

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Is the future of English already here?

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The impact of censorship
on search engines

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The death of Antioch

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The “burden of the humanities

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Technologically,
the best promo for a literary / art mag
I’ve yet seen

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Why no good films
about great writers?

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Language, acting, “professionalism”

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Movie critics do matter

Maybe

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S l o w music

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Too old to be hip?

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When you’re glad it’s a Strad
& when you’re not

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The music of Harry Hewitt

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The evolution of sound

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The whistle of death

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Art and/or crime

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Indie film:
the sky really is falling

Can it be stopped?

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At Mass MoCA,
creating Sol Lewitt

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Talking with Frank Gehry

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“There’s never been a great woman artist

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Koons at Versailles

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Chairman Mao & Chinese (post)modern art

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Shen Wei returns to Beijing

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Charles Bernstein’s one-word review
of J.M.W. Turner at the Met

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A donor’s intent

At the Barnes,
blaming the woman

Just who are the Barnes’
true friends ?

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The Louvre’s deal in Abu Dhabi

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Goya the plagiarist?

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Models

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The “Long Tail” isn’t

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The best-seller nobody wants to review

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Bourgeois anarchism & authoritarian democracies

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