Friday, December 05, 2008

 

The library as a form of porn

The libraries vs. Google

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John Ashbery fights back!

Kessler’s offending letter

Ashbery the flaneur

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Kathy Lou Schultz’ Biting Midge

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Anne Waldman / Akilah Oliver / Ambrose Bye CD
is the Sexiest Poem of the Year 2008

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Silence in Kenny Goldsmith’s Sports

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The bailout for poets
(seriously)

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Tackling the poetry patriarchy

Gender pay gap in the arts

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Meshwork Videos –
some of the best in British poetry

Podcasts are goodness.”

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There are several good videos
of readings of late
on Geof Huth’s blog,
include Geof, Anne Gorrick,
Truong Tran & Cassie Smith

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Defending Jacob Scheier

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Are poetry backlists “dead”?

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Scantily Clad Press
is building a list of
first-rate e-books,
including
Andrew Lundwall, Tomaz Salamun,
Brian Henry, Adam Fieled,
Juliet Cook, Ken Rumble,
Chris McCreary & more

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Two poems by
Thanh Tam Tuyen
translated by Linh Dinh

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Tim Davis’
Original Ideas in Magic

The Innerworld of the Outerworld of the Innerworld

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Translating Milton into English

Translating Stein into English

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Reading The Making of Americans

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The 21st
Indie & Small Press Bookfair
is this weekend in NYC

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Dear Sir or Madam,
Your work sucks

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Coldest reading of the year?

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Poet’s Picturebook,
the e-zine of the Filipino Diaspora,
celebrates an anniversary

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Not R.S. Gwynn, or the Absence of Genius”

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Frank O’Hara
(and Fairfield Porter)
makes it to the NY Times
art books gift guide

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Glad to see someone’s noticed

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Talking to ourselves

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Marathon,
a film on the life of William Meredith

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Rodney Koeneke on poetry & the future

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Books on language
in time for the holidays

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Literature maps

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Two deaths at Robin’s Bookstore

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Gray Friday for bookstores

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Talking with Tim Gaze

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Remembering Dave Church

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How to win
all of Robert Bolaño’s works in English

11 articles on Bolaño & his work

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This Sunday, a slam in Mumbai

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Houghton Mifflin publisher ousted

Randomness at Random House

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Gina Myers on Saginaw, Michigan

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Reading aloud makes the difficult “easy”

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“Public poetry is almost always very bad.”

A séance for poetry?

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How to save $$ on books

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Lally’s library

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The Work (capital W) of William Gaddis

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One Yellow Rabbit’s homages to poetry

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Talking with the Eminem of Irish poetry

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Poetry, ethics & Kent Johnson

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In which “I”
finally get a poem
in The Nation

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Improvisation

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Talking with Josh Bell

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Remembering David Wallace

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A new look at Samuel Johnson

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Susan Howe’s Souls of the Labadie Tract

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Lowell Jaeger’s Suddenly, Out of a Long Sleep

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Sarojini Sahoo’s Dark Abode

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Kenneth Sherwood’s
notes for a class on Jack Kerouac

Kerouac, Freddie Redd & Frank O’Hara

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Remembering William Wharton
(or Albert du Aime)

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David Hinton’s Classical Chinese Poetry

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Lyn Hejinian’s Saga / Circus

Andy Gricevich on Hejinian’s “The Distance”

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Make-a-Wish supports a teen poet

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Charles Bukowski’s The Post Office

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Robert Venturi’s masterpiece
just down the road
from my house

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Leckey gets lucky,
wins Turner Prize

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The Complete Arista Recordings of Anthony Braxton

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Talking with The Fireman

Nothing Too Much Just Out of Sight

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Singing Emily D

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Globalization’s front lines:
a world tour of rap

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Baghdad “sticky bomb” targets NPR team

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Outliers & class advantage

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So you wants to be a hipster

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Which book of philosophy was most transformative?

“What would Adorno say?”

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“& if my thought dreams could be seen
they’d probably put my head in a guillotine,
but it’s alright, Ma, it’s life & life only”

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Tom Sutpen’s mostly hardboiled photo site:
”If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger,
There’d Be a Whole Lot of Dead Copycats”

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How many post-avant poets are there?
Shampoo has published
888 poets in its first 34 issues
& only three of the ten Grand Piano authors
 (Steve Benson, Kit Robinson, myself)
are included

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Odetta is gone

Washington Post obit

LA Times obit

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