Thursday, October 09, 2008

 

John Ashbery’s Pierre Martory

Jacques Debrot, John Ashbery
& “anarcho-flarf” interventionism

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Rachel Blau DuPlessis on Paavo Haavikko

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Haroldo de Campos:
3 poems & an essay

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Paul Zukofsky
on Bernstein’s poetry bailout

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Kevin Killian’s Orono-iad
parts 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19

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Close-reading aloud
Erica Hunt

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Kate Greenstreet
interviews
Stephanie Strickland

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Don Share & Cole Swensen
come out for
hybrid poetics

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Donna Stonecipher’s Souvenir de Constantinople

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Laynie Browne on the
multiplicitous poetries of
Lee Ann Brown

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Ig-Nobel thoughts

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Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio
has won the Nobel Prize

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Frank O’Hara dream

But Frank is a candidate
in this year’s
Delete Key Awards

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Eshleman’s Vallejo

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Rae Armantrout at Harvard

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Eileen Tabios’ “dream tattoo”

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It’s Beckett Time

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Oct. 18 in Buffalo,
celebrating Raymond Federman
at 80

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Platt’s Mandelstam

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Jilly Dybka’s Trouble and Honey

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Archetypal Violence & the Feminine Heroic

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Gottfried Geist’s literary YouTubes

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That deadbeat Friedrich Schiller

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Kristin Bock’s Cloisters

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Tech, time & mimesis
in David Foster Wallace

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Kwame Davis
on PBS Newshour

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Maverick versification
for one heckuva nation,
you betcha

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Talking with Angela Ball

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Brandi Homan’s Hard Reds

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The traveling tapa

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Hegel & the Fate of Thinking (PDF)

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The novelist Charles Wright has died

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Collective aesthetics
& the “mere exposure effect”

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Talking with Mike Young

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J.K. Rowling earns £5 every second

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More verse from Sarah Palin

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Three ways of being pissed off
by Issue 1

just when you thought that America
couldn’t have more disdain
for poetry…”

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Virginia Woolf & Clarice Lispector

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When audio-book casting goes bad

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Liveliest of the dead languages

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Warhol’s politics

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What’s new in new music?
A round table with
Taylor Ho Bynum, Mary Halvorson & Barre Phillips

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Naomi Klein
on disaster capitalism’s
big disaster

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