Monday, September 15, 2008

 

Sharon Mesmer
on poetry after theory

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Kevin Davies’
The Golden Age of Paraphernalia

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Evie Shockley reads Ed Roberson

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414 photos
of the
Positions Colloquium
in
Vancouver
from Tom Orange

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Nada Gordon’s “Poem to My Enemies”

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Ted Berrigan’s New York

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Wanda Phipp’s
Field of Wanting

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Ian Jack has died

As has Edgardo Vega Yunqué

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Eileen Tabios on prose poetry
& decolonialism

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The collages of John Ashbery

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Lourdes Vázquez on the fine press tradition
in
Latin America

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Michael Palmer’s Active Boundaries

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Rain Taxi reaches its 50th issue

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Talking with & of Adonis

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Lowell celebrates
the 50th anniversary of
The Dharma Bums

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Brother Antoninus
& the Beat Generation

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Emily Warn
surround by beat poets

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Dana Gioia announces retirement

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A question for Donald Hall:
"Why a ‘life in poetry'
when almost nothing gets said
about composing a poem?"

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Close reading blurbs

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Poets on War & Peace

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Lisa Jarnot’s “For the Nation”

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“odds and ends”
from the
Positions Colloquium

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Geof Huth reading “Blue”

Reading “Carbon” and “Demo

Plus “Engines” & “Force

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John Godfrey’s City of Corners

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Talking with Gabeba Baderoon

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I saw the best minds of my generation
turned into a cheesy docudrama

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Wordplay welcomes Thomas Meyer

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Poetry audio,
a list of resources

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Alan Bernheimer’s Particle Arms,
a classic of
San Francisco’s Poet’s Theater

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The “Reading Through Modernism” site
has been redesigned
& files converted into MP3s

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Zen Monster
comes to
New York

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One more argument for
slow poetry

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Wishing Auden were here
to put things right

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Mark Scroggins reads Lyn Hejinian’s The Beginner

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NJ Gov. John Corzine
with William Carlos Williams

& other surprises
of the forthcoming 125th birthday conference

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Michiko Kakutani on David Foster Wallace

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Philip Metres’ nominations
for Steve Evans’
Attention Span” poll

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Dragnet haikus

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Indian poets writing in English

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The beats in India

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More “nano thoughts for the nano phone”

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Linda Gregg’s All of It Singing

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Elizabeth Smither wins
the Prime Minister’s Award for poetry

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Mahmoud Darwish’ Hebrew translator
reflects on the late poet

A view from LiveMint.com,
The Wall Street Journal’s
web site for MBA students

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The memoir of Leland Bardwell

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PennSound adds Key West

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One benefit of being laureate

Exactly how big his head has gotten

Fleur Adcock on Motion’s stillness

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A platypus in Edmonton

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Slammin’ in Westchester County

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The Clifford Irving Show

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Post-Breakfastism

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Five questions for Tom Paulin

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The Big Poem

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In Grasmere

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A profile of Marianne Aweagon Broyles

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BBC Four to run series
on British poetry

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The pathology of “normal fiction

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A profile of Charlie Pratt

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It’s because their U.S. equivalents
aren’t very good

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Nicholas Manning on Mark Young

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Celebrating Robert Dunn

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Machado rises

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The cult of silence

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melodic ditties will be ringing

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Talking with Bill Johnson

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Only Facebook can save this country

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The Yoda of typewriters has died

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What’s driving the resurgence of libraries
is not books

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Booker shortlist omits Rushdie

Masterpieces get away

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Searching for Troy

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Where’s Prospero?

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Where to buy from independent retailers

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Why indie bookstores matter

Why Borders doesn’t

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Independent Booksellers of NYC

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A 40th-birthday self-education project –
read 1,000 books

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A digital library free to the world

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Pirated digital versions boost sales

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The GOP as book buyers in St. Paul

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E-book study at Penn State

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Battles over textbook piracy

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“The most dangerous book of poetry ever written”

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Cultivating demand for the arts (PDF)

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A great profile of Maurice Sendak

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A.I.R. Gallery has moved

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Why Diebenkorn isn’t famous

(minor error – the show opens
Oct. 11 2009, not 2008)

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The New Museum
buys a building

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Robert Hughes: Hirst is a hack

Hirst against Hughes

Sotheby’s stock takes a hit

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The Met promotes
one of its own

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The war over Rothko

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A major art theft in broad daylight

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radiOM,
the best on-line archive
of avant-garde music
I’ve ever found,
e.g.
Rova
Nels Cline
Carla Kihlstedt
Oliver Lake
Fred Frith
Anthony Braxton
Miya Masaoka

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The advantages of facilitating theft

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The House of Wittgenstein
isn’t about Ludwig (mosty)

Excerpt

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Dancing for Israeli security

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American sadism

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The pathology of the Republican party

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The latest mode of adjunct abuse

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