Monday, July 21, 2008

 


Filreis & Bernstein in the PENNsound studio photo by Mark Stehle

Charles Bernstein on Al Filreis’
Counter-Revolution of the Word:
The Conservative Attack on Modern Poetry, 1945-1960

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an aversion to cooperative endeavors

Edward Byrne on Kay Ryan

PBS

San Francisco Chronicle

Adam Kirsch on Ryan

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Armantrout on Armantrout

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David Shapiro on the faux FOH controversy

Kent Johnson’s “reply”

Kirby Olson has an opinion

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The poetry collection with a six figure advance

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Patrick Oguejiofor’s Drums of Curfew

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Every broadside has a story

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Marjorie Perloff on an odd Mayakovsky medley

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Chingiz Aitmatov has died

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John Ashbery: readings from the 1960s & ‘70s
(also ‘80s, ‘90s & ‘00s)

Ashbery, talking for an hour with Al Filreis (MP3)

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Cognitive mapping, poetry & cluster bombs

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Poetry & navigation

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The relentlessness of Clayton Eshleman

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Sam Beckett in Dublin

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Reb Livingston’s Dream Poet Anthology

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Lunchtime for Dr. Benway

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The most redundant site on the web

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Yang Yi wins Akutagawa Prize

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Rabbit Light Movies:
a video zine of poets reading

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Karlo Mila’s A Well-Written Body

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The man who collects
Governor-General Award winners

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Getting into Zukofsky

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Larry McMurtry’s Books

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ABA offers indie bookstores
a print-on-demand program

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Quantum poetics

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Jerry Rothenberg on Jean Pierre Faye

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Did Robert Browning murder Elizabeth Barrett?

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Who was Homer?

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A profile of J.M. Barrie

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Library funding support
is only marginally related
to library visitation”

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Truth in blurbing?

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the plums
that were
in the icebox

& so much more

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Is this the Shakespeare thief?

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Wendy Cope
writes of & for the BBC

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Talking with Tobias Wolff

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Noel Hodgson’s Dancing over Cheviot

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Rushdie claims really stupid record

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Talking with Doug Manson

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A promo piece for poetry
for
New Zealand’s Montana Poetry Day

Plus an anthology on dying

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An unexpurgated First Circle at last

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Tess Taylor on Kathleen Jamie

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Birkerts on Naipaul

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The poet & the fisherman

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Talking with Mary Jo Salter

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A short profile of Jordie Albiston

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Ian Blake & a benign ghost

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A Borders closes in upstate NY

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Poetry CDs an alternative to talk radio

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Yeats goes intermedia

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The poetry of Carlos Rivera

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The Gas Hike Poems

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Edward Thomas’ Annotated Collected Poems

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How fiction works

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Mary Karr on Charlie Simic

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25 years of interactive fiction

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Leslie Anne Mcilroy, live & with music

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War of the Worlds the cover

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Buried Treasure Island

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Talking with Douglas McLennan

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Degas & Levine

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Christopher Hitchens, Damien Hirst
& the art of the stunt

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Parsing language online

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Drum Tao

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Steve Lopez on the violin music of
Nathaniel Ayers

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Can dance ever be too sexy?

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Gonzo

More Gonzo

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Deconstructing
the right’s attack on theory

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Who misses critics?

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40 years after
the Prague Spring

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The United States
& the narrative of decline

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The problem of comments stream bullies

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Making Richard Rorty

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The nerd / geek divide

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