Thursday, January 08, 2009

 

More books into Braille!

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Poetry & capitalism

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Jack Spicer’s “Golem”

Spicer celebration at SF Main Library
Saturday, Jan. 10

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Richard Seaver has passed away

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So has Carol Adair, Kay Ryan’s partner

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American Hybrid

Some Hybrid

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Partial MLA offsite reading
(85MB, Gordon thru Rothenberg,
available only to Saturday)

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Jessa Crispin talking with Clayton Eshleman

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Why teach literature?

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A profile of the most popular
poetry contest in the world

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Anti-war poetry then & now

Among Gaza’s atrocities

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Doug Messerli
on
Emma Bee Bernstein

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Editing friends

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Francisco Goldman on Roberto Bolaño’s 2666

Natasha Wimmer on Roberto Bolaño’s 2666

Listening to Goldman & Wimmer
on Roberto Bolaño’s 2666

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Nazim Hikmet gets his citizenship back
(too bad he’s been dead for 45 years)

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When Langpo & flarf are not enough

Is “embarrassment” more important than
”offensiveness” to flarf?

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(Re)emerging poets

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Talking with Arielle Greenberg

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Bashō finds an abandoned infant
& leaves it to die

Response to the video

Bashō: The Complete Haiku

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Always on: libraries in a world
of permanent connectivity

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Where Barack buys books

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Where Tom Hanks gets his

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A coup at Borders

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Remembering Glenn Goldman

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How to kill a bookstore:
raise the rent to $1 million

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After 85 years,
Stacey’s to close in SF

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The indie bookstores of
Montpelier, Vermont

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Making used books pay

A renaissance for used books?

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2008: the poetry year in review

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Roberta Beary: one-minute poetry reading

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Still answering H.L. Hix’ “20 Questions”

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Pervasive communication environments

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Every book ever published
will end up online

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Is captcha poetry hipper than flarf?

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Remembering Dave Church

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Mark Doty, making it real

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Remembering Jason Shinder

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Linh Dinh’s Seven Contemporary Italian Poets:
Marco Giovenale
Gherardo Bortolotti

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Looking for a laureate

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Cuba opens Hemingway e-archives

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Shakespeare’s church is becoming unsafe

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Writing & fame –
the case of Mishima

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Frank Wilson’s likes & dislikes for 2008

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Asher Ghaffar & Sue Sinclair

rob mclennan on Asher Ghaffar

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Why spell-check sucks

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Publishing: the new austerity

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The “G” in FSG

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Magazine ads are drying up

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Readings at rush hour
at the train station!

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Talking with Mark Irwin

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Work needed for Poet’s Pause

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The oldsters turn out for
Poems for the Millennium, vol. 3

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Donald Westlake has died

Terry Gross talks to Westlake

Remembering Westlake

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Celebrating W.D. Snodgrass

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Talking with Mark Gwynne Jones

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A poem-a-day for a decade

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Talking with Peter Bennet

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David Lunde’s Breaking the Willow

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The origin of originality

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Worst poetry book covers, 2008

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Stanley Fish goes to the movies
(he gets Vertigo right)

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Quietists who correspond

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The fiction lineup for ought nine

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Cell-phone novels

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Hating all the new Canadian anthologies

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The state of the humanities

Humanities Indicators Prototype (HIP)

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In this recession, who will support the arts

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What happens to the arts
when critics disappear

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The Art Instinct

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David Denby gets all snarky

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Philosophy at (in) the movies

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Making MOCA work

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Foulds wins a Costa

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Matisse’s model speaks

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An artsy homeless shelter

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The opposite of blockbuster

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The man who invented ballet

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Terry Teachout’s top 25
classical recordings of all time

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Music theory now

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The pitch-time continuum

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Grateful Dead analysis:
the relationship between
concert & listening behavior

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Betty Freeman & the music she commissioned

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Ive’s ears

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What we can learn from Guitar Hero

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Magic may be over for
the Magic Theater

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Another at risk
in Beverly, Mass

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What will change
E V E R Y T H I N G ?

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