Thursday, September 04, 2008

 

Eileen Tabios
”I am nobody’s heir”

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“Skyscraper” John Ashbery
only 4th living American
to see his own Library of America collection

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David Caddy on John Riley

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Elias Khoury on Mahmoud Darwish

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I saw the figure 125
 in gold

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A grand tour of notebooks

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Naguib Mahfouz’
Cairo Modern

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Maps of bookstores

(I note that the Chester County Book Company
appears to be missing from the Philly region)

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Translation, property, race & gender

Is translation possible?

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Maggie Nelson’s
Something Bright, Then Holes

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Now I know
just how
Kathy Griffin
feels

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Joel Chace’s
Matter No Matter

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Talking with Charles Bernstein
the Nepalese connection

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G.C. Waldrep’s Disclamor

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Rescuing Keats

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David Hoenigman’s Burn Your Belongings

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Philip Lopate’s Two Marriages

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Geof Huth
on poetry & archives

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George Kalamaras
Gold Carp Jack Fruit Mirrors

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Perseus offers digital publishing to indies

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What could be worse than poetry
as “on hold” music?

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Grand Terrace has an “official” poem

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Breton’s Martinique

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Robert Graves in Buffalo

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Judith Rechter’s Wild West

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Andrew Hudgins’ After the Lost War

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Online dating for readers of Penguin books?

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September 21 –
Petaluma’s Poetry Walk

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The “Kiwi Kerouac

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Glück & Kelly win awards

Pinsky wins Roethke prize

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Christopher Sorrentino on John Barth

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The comparative literature of massive construction sites

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Thomas Frank on Norman Mailer’s 68

Christopher Hitchens on Norman Mailer
on political conventions
(may not be posted for long)

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The Henry Ford of literature

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Planning for the “next Harry Potter

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Paulann Peterson’s Kindle

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Russia’s authoritarian literary revival

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Most abandoned books

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Sokal’s folly

What Fish wants

Fish on “academic freedom

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Starving for Democracy

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Starving for education

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Lobbyists for McCain

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Hidden in the Shadows
wives & models

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Just a guess that this sculptor
is actually trying to offend

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Lets offshore Damien Hirst

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Here comes
the strangest Lear ever

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Christopher Wheeldon:
reality vs. reality TV

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In Toronto,
keeping the music of Steve Lacy alive

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The value of daydreams

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