Monday, August 18, 2008

 

The Positions Colloquium schedule

Mark Wallace on the significance
of the conference

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Remembering Lawrence Braithwaite

Family obit

Wikipedia

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Talking with Lydia Davis

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An underground classic of conceptual writing
finally is available to all:
Mark Peters’ Men (PDF)

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Larry Rivers & Frank O’Hara

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Haim Gouri remembers Mahmoud Darwish

The place of Mahmoud Darwish
(includes a last poem)

A second perspective

Darwish’s funeral

An award in Darwish’s name

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Seedi Mohammed Weld Bamba
is the Prince of Poets

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John Ashbery:
Attabled with the Spinning Years”

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Belonging:
New Poetry by Iranians
Around the World

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Rodney Koeneke checks in
on poetry & technology

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“When did I start to ignore my elders?”

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Andy Gricevich on Michael Palmer’s Active Boundaries

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The BlazeVOX
raffle & bake sale!

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Blurb wars

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The value of a compact edition

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Listening to poems from PENNsound
whilst trekking thru France

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Jeffrey Beam
talking about & reading from
The Beautiful Tendons
(MP3)

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my Dear coUntess

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Martin Burke’s I Ching

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derek beaulieu on Jordon Scott’s blert

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Frank Ledwell has died

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Paul Martínez Pompa
is the winner of
the 2008 Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize

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Travis Nichols on SloPo

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Sous Rature

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White Heat –
Emily Dickinson & Thomas Higginson

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Polis is this:
writing & place

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Meetings with Improbable Danglers

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Remembering Gerald Burns

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Penchant
a poetry collective
in
Northfield, MN

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Parks & poetry

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New pages at the
Electronic Poetry Center
for
Donato Mancini
rob mclennan
Gustave Morin

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A library of (mostly) unread books

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A list of newsletters & blogs
focused on publishing

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Indexing as a form of visual art

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© & the problem of
private property

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Appeals court rules against family
in Steinbeck rights case

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“a fungus that’s seep into the marrow of
the Body Poetic”

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Steve McCaffery, Bob Perelman, Charles Bernstein:
What’s the Word?
(MP3)

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Howard Junker to retire

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Reginald Shepherd on Poetry & Criticism
(part 2) (part 3)

Plus a poem in this week’s Nation
(sub may be required)

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Bob Dylan’s book of poems

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Dylan Thomas’ wife’s diary
is for sale

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Dannie Abse:
writing through grief

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Cynthia Anderson
leaves
Santa Barbara

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Talking with Sebastian Matthews

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Alan Cheuse on Doris Lessing

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Some eyebrow-raising quotations
from John Gardner’s
On Moral Fiction

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A salute to Ted Solotaroff

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Banjo Paterson poems
found in 109-year-old diary

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Kafka & porn?

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Matthew Cheney’s list of lists

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Mary Biddinger’s
“unwritten rules” for writing poetry

Deborah Ager’s

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The “worst writing of 2008” is …
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“a place in the line of distinguished
light-verse practitioners

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Mary Karr on Philip Larkin

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Defending Robert Burns

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Robert Lowell
& the summer of too many poets

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Last lines

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A profile of Francis Wyndham

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Cyril Goffe
the poet at 100

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Shklovsky, Barthes, James Wood?

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Barnes & Noble
will pass
on buying Borders
(sub required for full article)

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The uselessness
of the literary agent

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Should Germany unban Mein Kampf?

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How romantic
are today’s authors?

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Byron’s fan mail

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“kind of like
a beauty pageant

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Alan Sokal
continues to harvest
his little mischief

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4 questions for arts education?

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Coming soon to Black Rock

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Theodore A Harris’ Our Flesh of Flames

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Should Iowa sell the Pollock?

The governor thinks not

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Losing money on Richard Serra

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Why are movies about
Andy Warhol
always so bad?

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Music geeks

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Replacing the B.A. with a test?

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