Friday, December 19, 2008

 

An inaugural poet
with a small press background
& Ivy League /
U. of Chicago connections

Who is Elizabeth Alexander?

All Things Considered interviews Alexander

A dissent

& another

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Bruce Boone’s tribute to Bev Dahlen

Steve Vincent’s review of A Reading 18 – 20

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A curious photo
I’d never seen before

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Barry Schwabsky on Jack Spicer
in The Nation

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A new story by a 19-year-old
Jack Kerouac

On the road
with Kerouac’s daughter, Jan

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Sina Queyras latest chapbook roundup

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John Olson:
Defining “experimental” poetry

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The Librarian of Congress is
” wrong.
He’s so wrong. He’s so totally wrong.”

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Mark Twain, a new essay

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Jack Hirschman’s
75th birthday celebration
in
Italy

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RainTaxi’s online auction

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Craig Dworkin’s Parse

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Francisco Aragón:
5 books of Latino Poetry

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Michael Kelleher
is reviewing lots o’ books
in alphabetical order,
starting here

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Jerry Rothenberg
on 20 years of
Granary Press

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Eliot Weinberger’s What I Heard About Iraq
BBC adaptation

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NY Times obit for George Brecht

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I’m interviewed for Word Riot

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Zukofsky’s “A”-24 coming to Sussex

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Charles Bernstein’s Histórias da Guerra
(in Portuguese)

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Saving a bookstore
in Salisbury, NC

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Daniel Green
on the importance of context

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Duncan vs. Levertov
the record of the letters

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A profile of Louis Dudek
from an online store that believes
in context

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A video interview with Vladimir Nabokov

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A profile of
Tomizawa Kakio
with translations by Hiroaki Sato

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Robert Louis Stevenson on Walt Whitman

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Bryan Thao Worra’s Winter Ink

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Extreme poetry
vs. flarf & conceptualism

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Thomas Basbøll’s flarf thesis

Two problems of flarf
(& all else)

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A profile of Raymond Roussel

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James Wright on
”the blindness of the magazines”

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Margaret Atwood
on the shadow side of wealth

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Library of obscure Chicago literature opens

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The Polar Bear Poetry Club

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CS Perez takes wing

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Bruce Covey’s “Best Poetry Books 2008”

Dora Malech’s list

Michael Farrell’s list is very short

Kathleen Jesme’s list

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Thomas Pynchon’s next book

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A profile of Todd Boss

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When I write a poem …

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Talking with “Irving Toast, Poetry Ghost
host Rustin Larson

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Kostas Anagnopoulos & Allison Powers

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3 stars for Mariani’s Hopkins

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Semi-anonymous haiku

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Sarton Prize recipients announced

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The beat goes on

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A short note against cretinism

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The return of some really bad poetry

It gets verse

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Seth Abramson dreams
of numbers & “relevance”

Seth Abramson thinks
Quietists
”make up 80% or more
of the national poetry community”

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Limericks!

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The writers of history

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Rod Blagojevich & the death of journalism
not an accidental relationship

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The end of the daily newspaper
Detroit is the first (but not last)
city to go

How long will it take
before every city follows suit?

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Turkish intellectuals
apologize to the Armenians

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Books by artists
at the
Walker Art Center

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Taking comics to the streets

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A memoir of street art

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Avant-garde performer,
appellate judge

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Wayne Thiebaud:
New York in the 1950s

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Picasso the historian

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Life models on strike

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Site-specific installation
or just institutional bric-a-brac

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Peter Schjeldahl on Marlene Dumas

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Sotheby looks at the contemporary art market

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Elliott Carter’s birthday weekend

Carter & Bernstein

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An evening of opera & dance
that includes an advance peek
at Anna Rabinowitz’
The Wanton Sublime

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