Monday, October 27, 2008

 

Main Street Meltdown

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Vispo in Poetry

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Magdalena Zurawski’s The Bruise

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Prepare for the World Series
by reading Ashbery, Creeley
sez Ray’s outfielder

The first Library of America volume
of a living poet
is
Collected Poems 1956 – 1987
by John Ashbery

Mark Scroggins
on the Ashbery LOA volume

Talking with John Ashbery (PDF)

Pierre Matory’s The Landscapist
trans. By John Ashbery

Ted Burke on
Ashbery & the Quietists

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Tony Hillerman is dead

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A collaboration betwixt
Anne Tardos & Lyn Hejinian

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2 books
everyone should own

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Cleave poetry

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The trailer for
CorsoThe Last Beat

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Dodie Bellamy’s “Body Language”

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Kerouac’s scroll
is in
Chicago

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Bill Knott on Mallarmé

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Frank O’Hara’s blog

Frank O’Hara & Harry Redl

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Mary Karr on Paul Guest

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Talking with Jed Rasula

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The Booker prize runner up

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Donald Hall’s
Memoir of a Life in Poetry

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A cook’s tour of collaboration
with an Aussie accent

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Recording of a Tom Pickard poem

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“Upholsterers’ Moon (Part 1)”
by Joshua Marie Wilkinson

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A new (unedited) poem by
Lisa Fishman

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Ronald Johnson’s Arc 55:
The ABC Spiral

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A profile of Ron Androla

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Bitter Haiku: Soap

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David Kirby on Brenda Shaughnessy

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Fondness for the typewriter
as punk nostalgia

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The graveyards of Long Island
& the poets, painters
& hoi polloi therein

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The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry
mostly online

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Views on self-publishing

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Eliot Weinberger’s China

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In Amherst, the Jeff
is set to close

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Sylvia Plath on her competitors

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Talking with Dorianne Laux

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Ryan Eckes
set to music

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FieraLingue

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Talking with Boyer Rickel

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A reading by Charlie Simic (MP3)

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Colette Labouff Atkinson’s Mean

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Toni Morrison’s A Mercy

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Talking with John Updike

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Talking with Michael Robinson

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Jim Dine in Walla Walla

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Anthony Braxton:
”I am not a jazz musician”

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What’s the frequency, Kenneth?

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A tip of the cap
to Tony Tost’s
Supplement to
Imagining Language

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