Friday, October 24, 2008

 

Brett Evans & Frank Sherlock’s
Ready-to-Eat Individual

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Contemporary politics:
the darkness surrounds us

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Jonathan Mayhew
with capsule reviews
of seven good books
& two others

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Bill Knott on
Hart Crane & Thomas Hardy

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John Ashbery’s advice for young writers

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Freakonomics & Frank O’Hara

Edward Mendelson on O’Hara (MP3)

& reading FOH (MP3)

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Who is J.M.G. Le Clézio?

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Afghan student
”spared” death penalty

for distributing article
on rights of women

Jordanian poet
arrested for
“insulting Islam”

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Writing an opera with Paul Muldoon

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The Latino Cultural Revolution

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Reading report on 21 Grand
(Ara Shirinyan &
Wild Analysis,
a play by Cynthia Sailers
& Jocelyn Saidenberg

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Reading report
on Pam Brown,
Magdalena Zurawski
& myself

And another

Plus some photos
by Pam Brown

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The first review of
the new collected Spicer
is at the very bottom
of this Publishers’ Weekly
roundup

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Donna Stonecipher’s
The Cosmopolitan

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Carla Harryman’s
Adorno’s Noise

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Geof Huth’s
reading of The Alphabet
continues with
”VOG” part VI

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Rosmarie Waldrop & Ulf Stolterfoht

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Remembering Philip Lamantia

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Javier Huerta
on hunger artists

Linh Dinh’s
original article

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Steve Benson’s
Blue Book

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Quoth the Raven,
Translate me more

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Imaginary quotations

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The British Library’s CD
of rare reading recordings
including Arthur Conan Doyle
& the only recording of
Virginia Woolf

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Talking with Claire Askew
parts 1 & 2

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A memorial reading for
David Foster Wallace
@ Kelly Writers House
(MP3)

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Jim Harrison’s
The English Major

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Talking with Rachel B. Glaser

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Robert Pinsky’s comments stream
on anonymity & the poetry in Slate

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A poet with a problem

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Peter Ceccariello’s
faux poem issue one

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Elbot on Issue 1

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Lawrence Joseph’s
family store

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Hot for Words: Maverick

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Censoring Bill Ayers

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Good & bad public sculpture

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Ralph Stanley gets political

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Friday, Oct. 24
Cecil Taylor in San Francisco

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Margaret Atwood on the Dow

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