Monday, November 10, 2008

 

Filipina poets at the Library of Congress

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In DC on Monday night,
Rae Armantrout with Frank Bidart
at the Folger Library

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Poets’ panels produce pithy pronouncements

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Talking with Camille Roy

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William Burroughs & Jack Kerouac:
And the Hippos Were Boiled in Their Tanks

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How Jack Kerouac saved Lowell (& still is)

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Alexei Parshchikov’s “Oil
(with a complex translation history)

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Roberto Bolaño’s 2666

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Ange Mlinko on Susan Stewart

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The death of flarf

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Tuesday @ Belladonna in NYC,
Tracy Grinnell hosts “elder” Leslie Scalapino

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A group of Cave Canem alums
are writing a poem-a-day for a month

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The LA Times on Lowell & Bishop

The Washington Post

Helen Vendler (MP3)

The Nation

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Process,  Damn the Caesars,
& Delaware Memoranda

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Can libraries be saved?

Where German libraries got their books

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John Olson on aliteracy

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Not books vs. the net,
books and the net

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Writers group protests Jordanian poet’s arrest

The charges: atheism & blasphemy

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An empty chair for the Burmese poet

Censorship in Myanmar

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Talking with Dan Tobin

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Abe Lincoln:
the man who loved poetry

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Poems for President Obama

Ray Bianchi on poetry
in the Age of Obama

J.D. McClatchy reads “Election Day”
on PBS Newshour

Big news = Big type

Some recent language

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End quote

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Talking with Anne Waldman

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Reading Tender Buttons

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Nothing but quietude among
Publisher’s Weekly
“five best” poetry books of the year

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Frank O’Hara & Mark Doty

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The latest reviews from Cold Front

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Talking with Gary Metras

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Remembering James Liddy

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Using Eliot to defend Jack Gilbert

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Talking with David Grubb

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Slamminen Francais

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Against overcontrolling language

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Rilke the modernist

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Donald Hall’s new memoir

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Talking with Clare Cavanagh

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Talking with Seamus Heaney

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Scroll down to see the latest from
Ceptuetics Radio

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Talking with Kevin Prufer

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New European Poets

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Ha Jin’s The Writer as Migrant

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Blogging “is the new Romanticism

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The novelist least likely to blog

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Critic John Leonard has died

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Carlin Romano on Toni Morrison

San Francisco Chronicle

The Guardian

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There’s no such thing as a free book

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Studs Terkel &/or Carl Rakosi

Remembering Studs Terkel remembering

Howard Zinn on Studs

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A threat to Maqbool Fida Husain

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The Great American Songbook:
A Poem in Four Essays”

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The whole issue of
Turntable & Blue Light
is pretty damn impressive

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Screwing up Scrabble

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The films of Robert Frank

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Here today, Guam tomorrow

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From The New Yorker

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