Tuesday, September 09, 2008

 

Robin Blaser at 83

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Rae Armantrout reading
at Artifact
(MP3)

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Censoring Carol Ann Duffy

Duffy strikes back

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Salt’s Earthworks book series

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“The Dwelling Place,”
my first feature on what became langpo
is now online
& downloadable

Danny Snelson’s close reading
starts here

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Snelson’s my Dear coUntess
puts the trans
in translation

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Tom Beckett on The Difficulties
and its archive

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Scott Woods’ 24-hour reading
included a 47-minute performance of
The Chinese Notebook

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Close reading aloud
Gertrude Stein
(Al Filreis with Lee Ann Brown,
Jerry Rothenberg & Bob Perelman)

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Canadian additions
to the
Electronic Poetry Center:
Deanna Ferguson
Dan Farrell

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Ron Grant has passed away

As did Naranjan Mohanty

And also Robert Dunn

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Fully Awake:
The
Black Mountain College Experience
trailer online

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WPVM Asheville’s audio files from Word Play
include everything from Bly, Kinnell & Coleman Barks
to Jonathan Williams, Ken Rumble & Jessica Smith

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Coming in October,
The Massachusetts Poetry Festival

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Bruce Covey introduces Lyn Hejinian

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The purpose of poetry

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Poetry on the john door

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How they chose the Booker
(all 40 years)

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Strunk & Write

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Norman Fischer on Michael Krasny’s Forum
(MP3)

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Stealing books of poetry

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“The Big Read” –
Robinson Jeffers

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Literary tatts

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Claiming Poe’s bones

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One. Two. Three. Four.
Plump birds along the shore

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Sony e-book falls short

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The 104th (and last)
of Kate Greenstreet’s
”first book” interviews
is with
Kate Greenstreet

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¿Qué es la Poesía Visual?

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A terrific issue of
Fox Chase Review

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Kendra Steiner
on why a non-blogger blogs
& reaches 10K visits!)

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Guy Davenport’s agrapha

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A “biography”
of Homer’s Iliad & Odyssey

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Hank Lazer’s selected essays

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Robert Giroux, the G in FSG, has died

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Rescuing Higginson

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Ted Kooser’s opera

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Simic Songs

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Perseus’ digital offering: Constellation

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The operas of Charles Bernstein & Ben Yarmolinsky
(sound & video files)

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Coming to Eugene, Oregon
September 10
Robert Grenier
at
DIVA

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A tale of Verse & Wave

Talking with Beckman & Zapruder

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The Sixth Annual Australian Poetry Fest
(& a great photo of Alan Wearne)

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Chinese Poetry Festival
close by
Fenway Park

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Another idea for Buffalo’s “Walk o’ Fame”

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In Edmonton,
Poems for a Small Park

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Sad end for Happy Bookseller

Ditto for Madison’s Yellow Dog

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Writing in San Luis Obispo

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20 years later,
Mick Imlah’s second book

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Praising poetry
as an art form in itself

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Remembering Nissam Ezekial

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Cynthia Ozick
pretending to be invisible

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Gateway literature

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Songbird slams

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A biography of Yehuda Amichai

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so plain…intensely distinguished”

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Kapil Sibal
the poet is a pol
(& vice versa)

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What’s needed is a philosopher
not a poet laureate

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The guerrilla poetics
of Kaia Sand & Jules Boykoff

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Tom Stoppard at 71

It’s only Rock ‘n’ Roll

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A mish-mash history of epics

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Poetry, hiphop, Palestine

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A profile of Robert Gray

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Sharon Olds anew

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Your Name Here

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W. Virginia’s most widely published
African-American poet

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Gary Fincke’s The Fire Landscape

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Suze Rotolo on life with Bobby
& in the Village

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Phil Levine listening to Sonny Rollins

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J.K. Rowling wins in court
over unauthorized
Potter dictionary

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The future of travel writing

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The Black Hole Wars

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Jean-Michel Rabaté’s The Ethics of the Lie

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What works
to protect intellectual property

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When is ghost-writing a fraud & illegal
& when does it get you elected president?

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George Lakoff
on the metaphor of Sarah Palin

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Wordle goes
to the conventions

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Saving the Olympics from kulchur

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Guerrilla galleries

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When the housing market
is topsy turvy

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Inside Francis Bacon’s studio

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Is Damien Hirst the art world’s Curt Flood?

Robert Hughes: Hirst is “tacky”

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Indian Supreme Court
exonerates
M.F. Husain
over nude imagery

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America’s
first family of theater

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Antioch dumps
Womyn’s Center Library

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Perry Anderson:
What is
Europe?

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There are now
over 950 names on
the blogroll

Thanks again to
Lynn Behrendt
for keeping the blogroll
up to date

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