Monday, October 06, 2008

 


Photo by Kaplan Harris

Intercapillary Space
is building a constellation
of articles
responding to the poetry of
Alice Notley

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Rothenberg remembers Zukofsky

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Allen Mozek’s profile of Lorine Niedecker

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Europe’s “most important book

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Maria Damon, Steve Benson, Leslie Scalapino
Bruce Andrews, Erica Kaufman & Tim Peterson:
Language poetry & the body

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Amy King has some different addresses
for the perps of Issue 1

The actual author

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Kent Johnson & Naomi Shihab Nye:
writing in parallel

The king of the hoax

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Tenney Nathanson on Leslie Scalapino

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A profile of Woeser

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Eileen Tabios & Michelle Bautista
are running for office
(“I come from the mothership and I approve this message”)

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Pam Brown, Maggie Zurawski & Ron Silliman
reading in Philly Oct. 19

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Colin Dayan on Aimé Césaire

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How Yehuda Amichai got his name

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Julian Brolaski on Stacy Szymaszek

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Ashvaghosha’s Handsome Nanda

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Going back to Ed Dorn

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Thomas Disch’s Wall of America

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Alan Davies on Roberto Harrison

& on Norman Fischer

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Unpacking Donald Hall

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“Hughes interminable glosses on his poems”

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Kevin Killian’s Orono epic:
Part 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

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Terence Winch on Tim Dlugos

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The death of the “gay novel

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Queer zines exhibit
at NY Art Book Fair

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Are small & indie presses
being ripped off?

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Angela Veronica Wong
on cultural identity

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Poetry without borders
but lots of labels

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France has vomited on us
for too long

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Charles Olson in Tucson

Fighting to save Olson’s Gloucester

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Charles Alexander on Robert Creeley

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The next Thomas Pynchon novel

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Michael Gottlieb on Lydia Davis’ Proust

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The life of Derek Walcott

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William Logan vs. John Ashbery

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Raymond McDaniel on Frank Bidart

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The odd couple –
Lowell & Bishop

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Traveling with Mario Vargas Llosa

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In SF Tuesday,
a rare reading by
Beverly Dahlen
with Gloria Frym

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Reading report:
Geoffrey Olsen, Jess Mynes &
(to come) Kim Lyons

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New poetry by Olds, Giscombe, McLane

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Christina Strong on Jack Kimball

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Multimedia Yeats

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Sven Birkerts on John Barth

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Geof Huth reads “®

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On not writing
the Great American Poem

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On November 11,
Penn celebrates
its most famous literary graduate
on his 125th birthday,
William Carlos Williams

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The last days of
Czeslaw Milosz

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Anne Carson: “Tag”

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4 Hindi poets

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Harvard Bookstore has new owners

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A town where indie bookstores are blooming

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But in DC, Olsson’s gives up

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Bookstore as time capsule
in
Morristown, NJ

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In praise of Walden Pond
Books

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YouWriteOn.com
is publishing
5,000 books
(virtually all fiction)
at no cost
to the authors

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Canadian Oxford dictionary
fires entire staff

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Talking with Steve Fellner

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Karen Harryman’s Auto Mechanic’s Daughter

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Talking with Kasi Anandan

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Keith Montesano
takes on Kate Greenstreet’s
first book interviews,
starting with Matthew Guenette

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Stars for upcoming poetry biopics

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Talking with Fadumo Ali

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Mary Karr on Hayden Carruth

Carruth obit in The Independent

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Steven Fama on
baseball & poetry

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Beyonce, Žižek, dogs
& other essentials

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Kenneth Baker talking with Slavoy Žižek

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Louis Menand on Lionel Trilling

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A poet for haters of poetry

Clive James the polymath

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Seamus Heaney at Harvard

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Robert van Hallberg on anti-war poetry

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Lawson Fusao Inada on PBS Newshour

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Talking with Michael Ansara
about the
Massachusetts Poetry Festival

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Grace Cavalieri on Kay Ryan (MP3)

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John Gallaher on “why do you write?”

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Charles McGrath on
the Nobel lit chief’s putdown
of
U.S. writing

Adam Kirsch volunteers to be
the Sarah Palin
to Horace Engdahl’s Joe Biden
(Oh, we’re literary, you betcha)

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More about pen names

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Neil Gaiman’s Graveyard Book

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Katie Ford’s Colosseum

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Translation prizes
to Fady Joudah & others

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Pollock, O’Hara,
Lee Krasner, Patsy Southgate
&
What a Man Should Know

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A profile of Felix Dennis

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The letters of Norman Mailer

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Worse than being remaindered

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Charles Bernstein’s electoral placards

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Against self-knowledge

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Black swans on Wall Street

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A short course in behavioral economics

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Linguistic home movies

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The poetry of Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin’saccent

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Edward Klima has died

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Metaphors of the mind

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Why we seek patterns

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What professors (writers)
want from editors

& peer reviewers

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Reading by the numbers

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Experimental philosophy
number-crunching “truth”

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When does Bernard-Henri Levy’s
bubble burst?

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Grist for John Stuart Mill

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To boldly go . . .

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The Communist Manifesto is 160

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Pete Seeger & William Buckley, Jr.

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Stephen Paul Miller on Radiohead

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A profile of Reinbert De Leeuw

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Cleveland paper demotes
a critic
for being critical

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In New York, The Sun sets

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Lang Lang’s tale of
Daddy Dearest

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Philip Glass’ next opera
is a bio of Disney

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Is the audience aging?

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50 years of Merce Cunningham

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When the awards go to big names

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Dance director canned:
insufficiently black

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Suffering through the Mindset List

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Vispo by Nico Vasilakis

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Joe Brainard’s
”Imaginary Still-Lifes

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How to pick a Pollock

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East Village Afternoon

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Rothko with a smile

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Richard Serra,
”man of steel”

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Pitching the arts
to the corporate community

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Gilbert & George
go to
Brooklyn

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Banksy refuses to authenticate
street art for auction

Auction house massacre

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This year’s Turner Prize show has opened

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Which arts administrator
gets paid the most?

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In Pittsburgh, it’s 1958
& also it’s
Detroit

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Bad buildings

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Zeroed

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Yesterday’s note
set a record
for the number of visits,
2,376

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