Tuesday, July 29, 2008

 

Fairfield Porter & John Ashbery

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Tracie Morris reading
at the
Conceptual Poetry & Its Others
conference (video)

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Walter Benjamin’s last
report on French lit

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Positions Colloquium:
6 days of poetry & panels
next month in Vancouver

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intensity may be
what matters most”

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Terror poems
are terrible poems

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Frank O’Hara on TV
in Emmy-nominated drama

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Charles Guenther has died

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Doris Lessing’s “last book”

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The great gay hope

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what’s so interesting
about being a lout?”

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The poetry of Radovan Karadzic

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Jon Goode
& the rise of spoken word

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76 teams compete
in this year’s
National Slam

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Is the net the enemy of reading?

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Britain’s reading block

Even writers get it

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Larry McMurtry’s Books

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e-books
and the creation of a new art form

While cleaving us from the old

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Pandora:
something
every national library
should have

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The 25 most modern
libraries in the world

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The Living Library
is coming to America

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The Night Bookmobile

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Emily Dickinson on stage

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Mimi White’s The Last Island

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Talking with Norbert Krapf

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Commemorating the death of
Theodore Roethke

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Mary Karr on Allen Grossman

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The poetry of Rowan Williams,
Archbishop of Canterbury

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Megawords goes storefront

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Kyle Schlesinger
on artists’ books

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Artists’ Books Online

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The Journal of Artists’ Books

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A (very much) pre-feminist
claim for
the solidarity of poets

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The communal solitude
of radio poetry

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The “how to” book on fiction
that barely mentions plot

the great virtuoso of exceptionalism

James Wood on Aleksandar Hemon

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Forgetting Bernard Malamud

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For whom the owl blinks

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Literary Darwinism

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Rhymes against the state

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A profile of David Brooks

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Calling for Clerihews

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Which great books did you forget to read?

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Books by Mick Imlah, Bernard O’Donoghue & Adam Foulds

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how can five words about thoughts
NOT be a poem?”

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America’s greatest living poet

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The art of collecting stories

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The particular &/vs. commons

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Reassessing Raymond Williams

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The professional integrity of Paul de Man
(ignoring, of course, a few other things)

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Memoir of a literary forger

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The Federal Theater Project

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Richard Diebenkorn & Carey Stanton

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Bansky unmasked

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The origin of the site visit

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Mike Davis on the Democrats

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The end of the Black American narrative?

Ditto

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