Friday, July 25, 2008

 

Robert Grenier
reading the wall

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When typographers scribble

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Scrawl

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This Sunday, reading
An Ear in Bartram’s Tree
in Bartram’s garden

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Maxine Chernoff’s “World
in English & Portuguese

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Tom Raworth, who just turned 70,
talking with Charles Bernstein (MP3)

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Nancy Galbraith has died

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Charles Bernstein’s “Hero of the Local:
Robert Creeley & the Persistence of American Poetry”
(scroll down,
but if you read Spanish,
check out Antonio Ochoa’s
Autobiografía de Robert Creeley”
on the same page)

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Some new recordings by yours truly
on the Academy of American Poets website:

Albany” from The Alphabet

Quindecagon,” also from The Alphabet

A Love Song” by William Carlos Williams

from ‘What,’” from The Alphabet

Another passage “from ‘What’

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Robert Kelly reads Coleridge’s “Kublai Khan

Susan Howe reads “The Nonconformist’s Memorial

Clayton Eshleman reads César Vallejo’s “XIII

Wanda Coleman reads “American Sonnet (35)

Christian Bök reads Hugo Ball’s “Karawane

Jena Osman reads “Mercury Rising (A Visualization

Allen Ginsberg reads “Howl

Anne Waldman reads “Stereo

Richard Howard reads Browning’s “My Last Duchess

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Talking with Ravi Shankar

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Talking with Nick Piombino

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Seven riddles of form

Appreciating Zukofsky
from the other side of poetics

Robert Leiter on Zukofsky’s sound & sense

Zukofsky’s Dell

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53 new book reviews at Galatea Resurrects

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Jeffrey Beam on Asheville’s WPVM Wordplay (MP3)
(sound link good only until the weekend)

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Mark Truscott:
“interventions in poetry”

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A monument to Nicola Vaptsarov

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Talking with Blake Butler

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Some recognition for Penn Kemp

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Remembering William Studebaker

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Gloucester’s laureate announces his program

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Brian Turner on Fresh Air

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A profile of John McNamee

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Salman Rushdie, a novelist again

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Talking with Ric Royer

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Butcher-poet

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“We had to destroy the library
in order to save it”

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Next season at the Folger:
Rae Armantrout &
a whole bunch o’ quietude

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Talking with Francisco Aragon

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Peter Riley’s obit of Andrew Crozier

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It is hard to turn away from  running water

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Opening ¶¶ for sale

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From flarf to barf

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Kay Ryan, Alice Notley & tarot

An excellent profile of Kay Ryan

How much of any outsider is Ryan?

America’s busiest poet

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The Trial of Ezra Pound
(streaming audio available until the weekend)

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Rilke & the question of self-identity

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Kevin Killian on Tom Devaney

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Is any Amis any good?

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Poetry of the self-taught

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Message to Poetry:
more quietude please
(& quoting Zukofsky to justify it!)

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The Dylan Thomas walking tour

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What’s in a name?

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Tale of the Genji mss.
turns up after 68 years

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Amazon’s impact on small publishers

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How to speak Shakespeare

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Sending in full professors
to teach comp.

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The death of Harry Potter?

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The writer who could not read

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A bookstore closes in Bakersfield

& in North Andover, MA

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Newspapers are dying

Oh no we’re not

The impact on “minority” journalists

Abandoning a responsibility

Saving the industry

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Grim news
in the war on criticism

An era ends

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Wikipedia goes into print

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French resistance to Google Book Search crumbling

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In Canada, libraries thrive

How to store data digitally
for a century or more

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Paul Hoover
on the decadence of the
US

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Did Google make Nicholas Carr stupid?

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A Project Runway for artists

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Talking with Rem Koolhaas

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Everything is Godard

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Ebert says goodbye to TV

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Blogging & theater criticism

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Beckett’s novels on stage

Beckett’s voice
(a video!)

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Martin E.P. Seligman & the big Oops

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