Thursday, August 28, 2008

 

The tribes of art

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11 new poems by
Linh Dinh

Nguyen Quoc Chanh
translated by Linh Dinh

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Grammar police
busted as vandals

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Nine poems
by Namdeo Dhasal

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Rain Taxi reviews
The Age of Huts (compleat)

One of my favorite early poems
(i.e. pre-Ketjak)
is now available on the web

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Recordings of readings by
Adeena Karasick, Jaap Blonk,
Gregory Betts & Gary Barwin

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Kenny Goldsmith’s “New York Trilogy”

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Tracie Morris down under

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Top ten endangered languages

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The most widely spoken
English dialect
in the world

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Forrest Gander:
”Homage to Translation”
plus
”A Clearing”

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Noah Eli Gordon
on 3 great chapbooks

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More by Geof Huth
on the cover of
The Alphabet

Geof visits SPD

Visiting Richard Lopez & Richard Hansen

Geof on 2 booksellers in Berkeley

“a strange netherworld
between work and art”

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The Daily Planet
agrees with Huth
about Berkeley bookstores

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The idea of artists
in a museum

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Sven Birkerts:
Pensées

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Rushdie wins apology

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Emily’s tryst

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Anne Waldman:
”Che Guevara Came to Me in a Dream”

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In Macedonia,
the 47th Struga Poetry Nights

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One more reason
to avoid
contests that promise
to publish your book

Narratives of poetry publishing

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Claudio Magris
”The Self that Writes”

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Moleskine vs. Rhodia Bloc

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Joshua Corey
teaches creative writing

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Norman Mailer:
werewolf autobiography

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Tim Gaze
has a perfect name
for a visual poet
(Noology)

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Hyphenated authorhood

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Talking with Kanwar Dinesh Singh

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Talking with Siri Hustvedt (MP3)

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Paul Auster’s bait & switch

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What is the least literary
place of all?

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School of Quietude Everywhere

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Mary Karr on Meghan O’Rourke

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What Darwish’s death tells us of Palestine

The view from Pakistan

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50 perfekt German poets

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Publishing & social networks

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Buffalo’s Cultural Walk
stubs its toe

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Book reading declines among college students

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What best sellers say of a nation

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Robert Burns & Michael Jackson
(yes, that Michael Jackson)

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Plumly’s Posthumous Keats
reviewed in The Economist

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Honoring Ed Lahey

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Justin Marks & Ana Bozicevic-Bowling

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A profile of Ibé Kaba

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Poets of the laboratories

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Chase Twitchell
on selling Ausable

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The return of Ulysses

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A Russian conductor
returns his native Osettia
to perform

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Pierre Boulez
at 83

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Tim Davis in Zurich

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T.J. Clark on Matisse

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Scrawl

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Unmentionables
hung out to dry

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Was Leger simply tossed?

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A tip of the hat to
Almost Island
for a terrific new issue

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