Monday, October 13, 2008

 

Robert Creeley’s library

The archive of Marshall Frady

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Great lesbian poets throughout history

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Where poetry has its largest audience

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Jordanian poet
threatened with
death penalty
for his poems

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A day for Darwish

A translation prize
for Fady Joudah

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Are you ready to compete for
Millions Poet?

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Talking with Talal Salem

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New at Pennsound:
readings by
David Bromige, Amy King,
Rae Armantrout, Carla Harryman
& myself

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Saul Williams
& song vs. poem

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Renku master
Bill Higginson has died

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On the passing of
Ahmed Faraz

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K. Silem Mohammad’s
Breathalyzer

Mohammad:
I’m with Stupid

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Rosanna Warren
& the “poet of nothing”

Warren’s “Romanesque

Form & disruption
in the work of
Rosanna Warren

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Meg Hamil’s Death Notices

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Talking with Kenny Goldsmith

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Geof Huth reads “Under”
& part of “VOG
in his ongoing
review of The Alphabet

A real underground poet

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Dale Smith’s
homage to
Kent Johnson

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Kevin Killian & Dodie Bellamy
reading at
Dixon Place

Killian’s Oroniad:
Parts 20 & 21

Gary Sullivan on Dodie Bellamy

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Le Clézio & his prize

Carlin Romano on Le Clézio

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Is the problem no Americans
or really just no poets?

Nobels for an alternate universe

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Flarf tantrum

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What is the goal
for poetry?

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Dumb down to increase sales

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Richard Hell
on Edmund White’s Rimbaud

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The Marsh Hawk Review
is worth reading

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The fate of the
Tina Sharts Memorial Poetry Collection

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Barbara Barg’s Obeying the Chemicals

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Nico Vassilakis Text Loses Time

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Is radical poetry dead?

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“It’s true that Barack Obama
isn’t Shakespeare or Cervantes
or even John Ashbery”

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James Baldwin & Barack Obama

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Frank O’Hara
endorses
Barack Obama

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Poetry which liberates
certain forces of language”

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The Republican war on words

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Jillian Weise on Mike Jones & dirty rap

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The New Canon:
looks a lot like the old one

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To Morocco & back
with
Alfred Corn

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Why poets take trains

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Ed Sanders
in
New Orleans

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“Jack and the Aktuals
by Rudy Rucker

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Mary Karr on Bill Knott

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A book of prose
from Hwang Tong-kyu

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A profile of
Afaa Michael Weaver

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Multi-tasking:
a human delusion?

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David Hinton’s Classic Chinese Poetry

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Brandon Brown’s Kidnapped

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Firebombing delays
Jewel of Medina

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Sharif Elmusa’s Flawed Landscape

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Julianna Baggot’s therapist

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Reading report: Agnes Walsh

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Patrick Krup
on
X.J. Kennedy

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In awe
of Bruce Dawe

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The American Center
for Sarah Palin
Inspirational Limericks

Deconstructing
the bridge to nowhere

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No wonder
Poetry Daily’s website
looks like
it was designed for lawyers

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Jason Christie
on
Ryan Fitzpatrick

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The Kindle effect

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Olson, Ferrini
dominate
Gloucester art proposals

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The impact of poetry
on
Lowell,
Massachusetts

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Pinsky in Norwich
(note typo in the headline)

& in Lowell

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Robert Lowell’s portrait of
Randall Jarrell

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Poets House prepares to move

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What prizes do

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Mick Imlah looks Forward

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MySpace inspires “best poem”

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The Forward Prize in context

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Goldbarth & Hoberman win prizes

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What do libraries need?

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Libraries vs. IT departments

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What men read

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Joe Biden visits a bookstore
& what does he buy?

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Giovanni’s Room
turns 35

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Interviews with
Lucille Clifton, Galway Kinnell, Eavan Boland
in the new
Oranges & Sardines

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Talking with Charlie Simic

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What the poem “has in mind”

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Poets on poets

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A profile of Howard Schwartz

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Tips on teaching poetry

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William Logan
on the critics
of his criticism

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Play’s poetry
targets kids

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Steve McLaughlin
on his
non-anthology

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English professors
& video games

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Video games aligned with books

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Them Bourgeois blues

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Basque Health Dept HQ
in
Bilbao

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Thelonius Monk
& Yusef Komunyakaa

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John Adams
is the
voice of
America

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Paul Taylor loses lease

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Larry Lessig’s dedication

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Slavoy Žižek on the crash

& Margaret Atwood

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