Friday, January 16, 2009

 

Yvor Winters,
gangsta of Quietude

Are the religious strongly drawn to Winters?

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Kenny Goldsmith:
”A bad time for poetry”

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Mark Wallace, K. Lorraine Graham & Joseph Mosconi
on new directions in writiing

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Close reading Kathleen Fraser

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Stephen Vincent at Braunstein / Quay

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Rodrigo Toscano’s Collapsible Poetics Theater

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Israeli poets protest Gaza war

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Last weekend of the Dmitri Prigov show at Rutgers

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Elizabeth Alexander on the inaugural poem

The AP asks 10 poets for their inaugural poems

How to write an inaugural poem

How not to write an inaugural poem

First words

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Ada Limón:
Five ways to practice poetry

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“New Lit Boy” Tao Lin

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New York Times obit
for W.D. Snodgrass

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This is so soothing

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Where poPoe’s
telltale heart really belongs

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Jerry Rothenberg
on translation & Celan

& on Langpo & the academy

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Talking with Marjorie Perloff

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The rest of Linh Dinh’s Seven Contemporary Italian Poets:
Marina Pizzi
Vanni Santoni
Florinda Fusco
Michele Zaffarano
Alessandro Broggi

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Mesmerized by flarf

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Is Poegles flarf?

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Three (inter)views of John Ashbery

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Hank Lazer
photo & videocast

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Michael Silverblatt’s Bookworm archives
(over 900 MP3s)

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Charles Bernstein’s The Subject

Sound files of Charles Bernstein-Ben Yarmolinsky operas
including two versions of The Subject

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Remembering Jason Shinder

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Liam Agrani lives in the margins (PDF)

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Nostalgia & quietism

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Catharsis vs. epiphany

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Edward Hirsch & Marilyn Hacker
have been named
Chancellors of the
Academy of American Poets

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Literary reading perks back up

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Booksmith beats the odds

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Book Thug’s very big subscription deal

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Politics & the MLA

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WCW meets the MLA (PDF)

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The poetry of Paul Auster

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Shakespeare & deep England

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Talking with Luc Sante

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The antiwar poetry of Robinson Jeffers

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The library Jefferson built

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The library of secrets

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A note on the Gotham Book Mart – Penn deal

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An agent in the making

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Who will be the last media giant standing?

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Borders hedges it board

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Arts orgs at risk

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Battlestar Galactica’s final season
starts tonight!

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The Chicago Tribune
on
Where Does It or You Begin?
(Memory as Innovation)
Writing, Performance & Video Festival

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The graying of the jazz world

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The Steve Layton songbook
(with lyrics and vocals from everyone from
Ezra Pound to Edmond Jabès to Leroy Jenkins)

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Slow music – found sound

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Peter Voulkos,
the godfather of ceramics

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Coosje van Bruggen has died

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Entropa” offends European sensibilities

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The History Show,
a retrospective of A.I.R.,
the first all-women’s gallery
has been extended to April 24
(PDF)

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The Critical Art Ensemble
at Printed Matter

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