Tuesday, December 02, 2008

 


Mary & George Oppen at Swarthmore, 1979
photo by Robert S. DuPlessis,
courtesy of Jacket

The Jacket feature on George Oppen
is now complete, having added
Pat Clifford
Stephen Cope
Zach Finch
Kathleen Fraser
Bob Perelman
&
Patrick Pritchett
to the works of
DuPlessis, Evans, Filreis,
Hawkins, Heller & O’Brien

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The Collected Poems of Barbara Guest

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First newspaper review of The Alphabet

& a review from CA Conrad

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Gender bias in anthologies

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Canada Council denies
an obvious conflict of interest

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Anne Gorrick’s Kyotologic

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Dave Church has died

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Ange Mlinko on Emily Dickinson

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Will Harvard ditch Brit lit?

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Paul Muldoon finds it “difficult” to make sense
(Scroll down in the Times article under “Comedy”)

The Times’ Poetry Holiday” recommendations

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In Philadelphia,
the closing of Robin’s Bookstore
is page one news

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New York indie bookstores

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How to sell poetry
(Barnes & Noble edition)

How to sell poetry:
the view from Wales

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Borders is struggling

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A bookstore’s blog in Paris

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Publishing without perishing

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Journalism’s one-way ticket
to
Bangalore

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French cops terrorize journalist

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CFP:
Advancing Feminist Poetics
& Activism

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A profile of Imam Bakry

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Hannah Weiner is worth it!

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Lyn Hejinian in Portuguese

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The 2008 PEN Oakland Jo Miles
National Literary Awards

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50 sci-fi & fantasy works
socialists should read

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Orhan Pamuk: “My Turkish Library”

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Libraries – now more than ever

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Talking with Kaisa Ullsvik Miller

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The Airpoets of Indianapolis

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Forrest Gander:
What is eco-poetry?

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The triumph of Roberto Bolaño

Bolaño’s poetry, Bolaño’s poets

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Zadie Smith: two paths for the novel

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Ed Baker & Sarojini Sahoo, talking

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Jordan Davis on the poetics of Slovenia

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Rabbit Light Movies’
latest gathering of poetry reading YouTubes
includes Eleni Sikelianos, Ed Roberson
Dan Beachy-Quick, Tim Yu,
Nathalie Stephens & many more

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Erik Davis on the new Spicer collected

Steve Fama’s review of the new
Spicer collected poetry
focuses on a single mini-detail

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Charles Laughton reads Jack Kerouac

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David Smith-Ferri’s Battlefield Without Borders

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Banjo Paterson: poetry for blokes

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The first biography of a Palestinian writer

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V.S. Naipaul’s “authorized” biography

James Wood on V.S. Naipaul

James Wood & criticism today

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Cavafy + Schuyler = Mark Doty?

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2 anthologies of new European poetry

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Juan Marsé wins the Cervantes

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The 35,000 questions of
Josh Malehabadi

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Wendell Berry: “idea poet, sight poet”

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Poetry & Uruguay

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The Armenian Poetry Project

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Jaki Shelton Green ,
the poet laureate of
North Carolina’s Piedmont

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A biography of Márquez

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Milosz and the priest

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A Minnesota anthology

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More bad poetry, please

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Rafael Campo & Franz Wright

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Mary Karr on Marie Howe

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Journals co-edited by Kyle Schlesinger:
Mimeo Mimeo
On
Journal of Artists Books

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How to save (maybe) The Washington Post

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Google as censor

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Europeana is proving too popular

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Mailmen who horde mail

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Language, Truth & Logos

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Word of the Year: Obama!

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Spankle

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The Trouble with Textbooks

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The Eroticism of Pedagogy

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David Berman, poet & Silver Jew

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Jorn Utzon has died

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Helvetica underground

Peignot noir

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Ripped & Torn:
collage, assemblage
& a healthy dose of poets
at 532 Gallery

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Selected Thievery
& the Practice of Looking

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The Turner prize is “dead in the water”

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A profile of Carol Damian,
director of the new
Frost Art Museum
at
Florida International University

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Stan Brakhage’s Scenes From Under Childhood

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Four reviews of Milk:
Roger Ebert
New York Times
New Yorker
San Francisco Chronicle

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Why no art for the nose?

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Claude Lévi-Strauss at 100

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Adam Kirsch on Slavoj Žižek

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The war in anthropology

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