Thursday, September 25, 2008

 

Talking with Lisa Samuels
of Laura Riding
(Parts 1, 2 & 3)

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The Electronic Poetry Center
now has
a Canadian portal

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Barney Rosset:
Godfather of independent publishing

Evergreen Review online

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Black Mountain College
75th anniversary celebration
this week

Black Mountain’s legacy continues

The women of Black Mountain College

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Looking for
” emerging poets currently engaging specific elements
of [Charles] Olson’s poetics,
such as use, measure, breath, line, sound, and speech”

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Geof Huth attempts to swallow
Ketjak2: Caravan of Affect
in one big gulp

12 ways of reading “Lit

Manifest
gets Huth half the way there
or maybe just 28%

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Mark Morford on David Foster Wallace

A.O. Scott on Wallace

Every piece Wallace ever wrote
for Harper’s in PDF

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The troubled lives of the Comma Bombers

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Paul Lawrence Dunbar: Legacies

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Cleveland Poetics: the blog

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The end
not of publishing
but of BS

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Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror
33 years later

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Politics without the sermons

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Joyce Carol Oates’
”Gargoyle”

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Schedule for
The Frank Stanford Literary Festival
next month in
Fayetteville, Arkansas

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Fayetteville laureate
struggles with medical bills

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Lorca was everyone

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Nietzsche on the value of reading slowly

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Maghound,
the “Netflix of magazines

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Judith Rechter’s Wild West

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Why some writers should retire,
Mr Updike

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Mary Bonina’s Living Proof

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The Survey of English Usage

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Illinois professors lose freedom of speech

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Bowdlerizing fairy tales

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bin Laden the poet

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How to give good blurb

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The poet Amber Tamblyn

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The Canterbury Tales
are going digital

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A Malayalam translation of modern Swedish poetry

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Lee Sharkey’s A Darker, Sweeter String

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Slammin’ in Berlin

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Just north of Pittsburgh
social investing
saves a bookstore

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The books of Oscar Wilde

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Eilieen D’angeo on G. Emil Reutter

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Minority language poetry
in the Philippines

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Lillian Caesar
works in the tongues
of the
Caribbean

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Talking with Jason Kirkey

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When writer’s block is something more
than a strip of
St. Marks Place

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Talking with Pete Brown

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How to write poetrynot

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An exercise in
literary self-portraits

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Talking with Philip Pardi

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Buffalo’s Babel is sold out

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Philosophy at Auburn

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Teaching Philosophy 101

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That first non-academic job

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Humor gets no respect

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Gaffes with Gibson

Sarah Palindromes

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What we smell
we dream

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The 10 most expensive art books
sold on Abe Books
in 2008

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Art & human rights

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The Babar retrospective

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a theosophist of jazz

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Jazz & presidential politics

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Is Metallica too loud?

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Young adult fiction & presidential politics

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Shutting out negative criticism

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In Western Mass. ,
a Sol Lewitt retrospective
is emerging

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Should group sex be public art?

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The quilts of Gee’s Bend
come to Philly

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How Winston Churchill
save British art

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Logos gone wild

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The freedom “free-for-all”

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Ligorano/Reese
at the conventions

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Open studios at the
Brooklyn Naval Yard

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Francis Bacon, make your bed
It’s so much harder when you’re dead

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In Germany,
Baader Meinhof film
alienates all

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