Thursday, December 11, 2008

 

Poetry readings in the White House?

A new Federal Writers’ Project?

Top 10 “to dos” for Obama on culture

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Flarf vs. conceptual writing

But the best responses seem to be on
Lime Tree

Thomas Basbøll’s treatise on how to write flarf
Part 6

Jordan Davis reads Drew Gardner

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The most dangerous man in publishing
(It was true 50 years ago)

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Le Clézio:
The book is the best tool

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John Ashbery on Thomas Lovell Beddoes

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The Best Canadian Poetry in English
is launched

One place where reading is rising

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December 13 at Morden Tower
Newcastle, UK,
a celebration of the life of
Bill Griffith

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Notes on Mandelstam

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Woeser’s selected poems

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David Foster Wallace’s last book

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Nathaniel Tarn’s Ins and Outs of the Forest Rivers

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The Letters of Allen Ginsberg

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3 Egyptian poets

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Milton’s shadow

We need another Milton

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Remembering Thomas Merton

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Brandi Homan’s Hard Reds

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Roberta Beary’s one-minute reading

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Top 10 reasons to go to poetry readings

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Reviewing The Capilano Review
(Are literary mags obsolete?)

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Lucille Clifton’s Voices

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Walt the plumber?

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Talking with “failed poet” Charlie Plymell

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William Logan
gives whining a bad name

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Lisa Jarnot’s Black Dog Songs

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Des Imagistes

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Information architecture for digital libraries

Case study:
the State Library of Victoria, Australia

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Talking with Arielle Greenberg

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Frank O’Hara & Stephen King

Shurin & O’Hara
on one of the better short lists
of the “year’s best”

Reading Meditations in an Emergency

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Best poetry books of 2008” –
The
St. Louis view

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Ron Silliman vs. Lyn Hejinian

Mark Scroggins reads The Age of Huts (compleat)

And The Grand Piano, part 4

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Dear Regime: Letters to the Islamic Republic

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Who’s ever heard Virginia Woolf?

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Neoliberal poetry rant (PDF)

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Larry Eigner
in the American cleave

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A bookstore closes in Maine

As do 3 in the South

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Reviewing a bookstore
by the quality of
its food

Seattle is serious
about its bookstore’s cafés

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Abraham Smith’s Whim Man Mammon

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Remembering Kersey Katrak

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New Poems Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect

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How to edit a children’s dictionary

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Audio interview with Jaap Blonk

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The problem with book clubs

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John Kinsella’s Divine Comedy

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Prepping for the MLA meat market

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Harvard stops hiring

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Fishing is not dying in Gloucester

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Heather Banks’ Still Life Without Pomegranate

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Talking with Washington laureate Samuel Green

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Celebrating Donald Finkel & Constance Urdang

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Sylvia & Ted – the reality TV show
(keep scrolling!)

Saving Sylvia

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Rochelle Ratner’s Ben Casey Days

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A.D. Winans remembers Jack Micheline

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Talking with Hugh Fox

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The “writing crisis

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H.L. Hix asks 20 questions

Answers from
Jill Alexander Essbaum
Alex Stein
Christopher Davis
Charlotte Innis

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Larissa Szporluk’s Embryos & Idiots

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40 years ago this week
Doug Engelbart & friends
changed the world

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A memorial service for Studs Terkel

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Todd Gitlin on Bernard Henri-Lévy
(free registration required)

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News of the newspaper business

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What’s black & white & completely over?”

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Farewell to the contemporary art bubble

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Merce Cunningham at Dia Beacon

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When the choreography includes Anne Carson

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Listening to Elliott Carter

Carter’s sixties

& his seventies

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Robert Ashley:
Three Operas
coming to La Mama

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Baltimore Opera cancels season,
files for bankruptcy

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Gaudi’s gaudy masterpiece

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The museum behind an “invisibility cloak”

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Life after Galactica

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10 stories you missed this year

10 worst predictions

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LOTS to read in the new
Reconfigurations 2

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