Thursday, October 02, 2008

 

Joanne Kyger’s
Permission by the Horns

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Edward Mendelson
on Frank O’Hara’s Selected Poems

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Reading Alice Notley’s
”Radical Feminism”

In the Pines

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Kevin Killian:
”What I saw at Orono, Part II”

Parts 3, 4, 5, 6

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Konstantin Pavlov has died

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Nicholas Manning notices
that workshops suck

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Jeremy Prynne
lectures on
Maximus IV, V, VI

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Talking with Joshua Clover
(a.k.a. Jane Dark)

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Joseph Hutchison on Hayden Carruth

An appreciation from Ted Burke

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Nobel Lit chief:
U.S. writing “too insular”

But this doesn’t stop the bookies

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poets don’t buy books

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A poetry press
whose e-books
average 7,000
downloads each

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A remembrance of Jonathan Williams

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a…wobbly tower of
performance poetry
history

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Thrownnest,
a collaboratively written play
in progress

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The Academy of American Poets
announces that the 2008
Lenore Marshall Prize
has been awarded to
Henri Cole,
a former executive director
of
The Academy of American Poets

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Jonathan Lethem on Edward Dahlberg

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Geof Huth reads “Oz

Plus “Paradise
(I think this is my favorite
of his readings to date)

& mimics “Quindecagon

While EBay lists
The Alphabet
as
”Nonfiction … Literary Criticism”

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Recent reviews
of Omnidawn books
(Hejinian, plus
the Chernoff/Hoover
Hölderin)

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John Ashbery reads John Gallaher

Ashbery’s moment

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Gibson Square
stands by
Jewel of
Medina
in spite of fire bombing

But freedom of speech
is at risk

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Banned Book fest
at the Rosenbach

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Every book read by
Art Garfunkel
over the past 40 years

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Kristen Gallagher
on hanging with the GOP
in
St. Paul

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Exquisite Corpse
moves to Arkansas

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Talking with Djelloul Marbrook

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Going ballistic
with
Billy Collins

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Diann Blakely’s
Cities of Flesh & the Dead

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What kind of reviews do we need?

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Troy Lloyd
on
Nico Vassilakis

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Kashmiri cartoonist attempts
to mount exhibition
in
Delhi

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Michael Lally on
John Ashbery & Trevor Winkfield
at Tibor de Nagy

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Talking with Kenneth Baker
(Parts 1, 2 & 3)

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C. Wright Mills &
The Politics of Truth

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