Monday, August 04, 2008

 


photo by Kaplan Harris

Andy Gricevich on the work of Barrett Watten

Watten’s talk on
”The Expanded Object of the Poetic Field;
or, What is a Poet / Critic?”
(PDF)

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Gricevich & Carrie Etter on Chicago Public Radio

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Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn is dead

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The house of John Ashbery

Ashbery in Italian

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Poetry and Public Language:
the book

 “Poetry is slow politics

On Poetry and Public Language

No Way Out

No hope for the disappeared

On misusing history

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Terence Winch on Tim Dlugos

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My nightmare

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Mark Nowack on Bill Griffiths

“A working-class hero is something to be”

Alan Gilbert takes the bait

Gilbert on
art and/or propaganda

Freestyle or fakin’ it

Dreams as the brain’s Draino

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Otoliths

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Sharon Mesmer on the “I” in flarf

flarf strikes back?

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Alejandro Aura has died

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Sonnets and Comedies

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Defending O’Hara’s Collected

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Oranges & Sardines

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Summer camp with Bernadette Mayer

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The growing world reputation of
José Garcia-Villa

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Marianne Moore & Magic Johnson

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From A to Zyxt

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Small Press Traffic
is looking for a leader

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Reading Hejinian Slowly

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Reginald Shepherd on Jack Spicer

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“the Jerry Seinfeld of American poetry”

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On difficulty, real or feigned

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Michael Palmer’s selected essays

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The Irish-American anthology that never was

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“World’s first poetry anthology…
by lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans
Christians

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Third Word:
Post-Socialist Poetry

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Southern Appalachian Poetry

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Lucia Perillo on Kenneth Patchen

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Natasha Trethewey’s Canadian roots

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Coconut

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A poetry bookstore in Beacon, NY

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Pierre Berès has died

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Andrew Crozier & literary connection

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Poetry’s back in Baltimore

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Why D.A. Powell isn’t a critic

Catholic (big C) tastes in poetry

Powell on Alice Dunbar-Nelson

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Juvenilia for Spring & All

Ginsberg on Creeley & Williams

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Alvin Feinman has passed away

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The Epithalamium of Harry Matthews

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Rejecting Bill Knott

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The Pigeon Poetry Project

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Emily Dickinson & radical Tom

A new reading of Emily Dickinson

Alberto Mancini’s ED-based paintings

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More poetry of Radovan Karadzic,
this time from
Iowa City

The Bad Poets’ Society

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Helping a bookstore expand

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Terence Winch on Doug Lang

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“Untouchable” poetics

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Mary Karr on Etheridge Knight

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Restarting the rep of Felicia Hemans

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Going back with Christopher Wiseman

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Two books by William Michaelian

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Roberto Bolaño’s “Clara”

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Kipling’s elegy for his son

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The science of satire

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Horsies!

& more horsies!

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Poetry & medicine

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LA bids farewell to
Scott Wannberg

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Rereading Tipton’s Sophocles

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What is literacy, anyway?

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Kay Ryan’s wild ride

Assessing Kay Ryan

malnourished,
under muscled,
simply lifeless
 and still as a rusty coin in a cushion crack

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Al Young’s latest collection

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On David Orr’s Baraka

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Dave P. Fisher has won
the Will Rogers Medallion

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Anne Stevenson’s latest foreword

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A Better Class of Doggerel

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Aussie books want trade protection

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Literary geography

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Scruffy is unamused

He’s the bookies’ favorite
in the Mann-Booker long list

Fatwa memoir forthcoming?

A Salman Rushdie podcast (MP3)

On writing Midnight’s Children

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A novel-a-day for 3 months?

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The Forward Prize shortlists

India roots for one of its own

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Orwell’s diaries

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Shakespeare in your brain

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20th century poetry,
from a Tamil point-of-view

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A visit with Sam Cornish

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Mary Ann O’Gorman’s Life in This House

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Pitching every woman’s book as “chick lit

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Talking with Charmai Lai Chaman

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Talking with Doris Lessing

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Milwaukee’s team readies
for the National Slam

Madison readies for 76 teams

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Updating campus bookshops

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In Edinburgh, James Thin bookshops
are set to disappear
tho the bookstores themselves will survive

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Poetry & the origins of fly fishing

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More regulations coming
on file sharing at school

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Poetry & the material world

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Murder at the book warehouse

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A literary renaissance in Point Reyes?

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Remembering Zbignew Herbert

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Henry Gould & All

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Pasternak & creativity

Poetry & the Russian Soul

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Poetry vs. poetics
plus a game
plus a forthcoming conference

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Not George Bush’ poet laureate

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E.M. Forster, Middle Manager

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Poetry at the Calgary Fringe Fest

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Dear temperamental adjective

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A unique writing program in Arvon

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A television prop
comes to life

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Microsoft adds tools
for academic publishing

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Ishmael Reed’s “informed rant”

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Talking with Ray Bradbury

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The heritage of gout

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This is a break-even proposition
if & only if
Tao Lin’s novel makes $31,250
worth of royalties
(do the math here)

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vomitous stupidity

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Art + kitsch = ?

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Buildings have a short list too

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Apollinaire & Picasso

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The films of Ish Klein

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Peter Schjeldahl on “After Nature”
at the New Museum

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Ad Reinhardt at the Guggie

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The London art market

& the dysfunctional one in China

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Hirst’s first – a blow
to the gallery system?

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Henry Darger’s room

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Harold & Clement

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Saving Pollock’s Mural
in the
Iowa City flood

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Saving rock art

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Great art disasters

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Robert Irwin
on the
Getty Gardens

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The “Mr. Big” of indigenous art

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Dance + Visual Art = performance??

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Said on music

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Does post-genre music really exist?

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Gilberto Gil chooses
art over politics

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New Albion goes to Bard

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Don’t forget Comic-Con

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The comic art of Gary Sullivan

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Dissing anthropology

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The Antikythera Mechanism

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Kevin Bacon rules

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Unfortunately, so does Main Core

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