Thursday, January 29, 2009

 

Zukofsky in Sussex

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Kent Johnson,
who knows something about “fake shit,”
to Nada Gordon re flarf

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Nada Gordon
on gender, flarf & aging

And here

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Is flarf’s use of Google an endorsement?

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Aiee Poetry
the first “post-flarf” movment

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Wig call … and response

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Untitled New York

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Was Adrian Mitchell right?

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Poetry as testimony
in Derrida & Celan

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John Ashbery, Pierre Matory & Jackson Pollock

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Talking with Clayton Eshleman

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Slow writing – another perspective

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Nine reviews of recent books
including ones by
Johannes Göransson, Eileen Tabios
& Reginald Shephered

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Three new “Beat” books,
including one by Jack Kerouac

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Michiko Kakutani on John Updike

A video interview

The Washington Post appreciation

Another interview

Carlin Romano
in the Inky:
 
A son of Pennsylvania

A portrait of Shillington, PA

Stalking Updike

Boston Globe obit

A taste of the oeuvre

Another audio interview

Updike the golfer (video)

Once an aspiring cartoonist

Updike on Ted Williams

Updike as sportswriter

The Red Sox react

LA Times obit

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30 years of Poltroonery

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Editorial review rears its head at Wikipedia

Britannica to try reader-generated content

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Rodney Koeneke on “poetry voice”

Great minds think alike

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Mathias Svalina on Rochelle Owens’
I am the Babe of Joseph Stalin’s Daughter

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What is it about Democrats & bad verse?

Everybody’s dissin’ “Praise Song for the Day

Jack Foley asks why

An impossible task

An $8 mass-market chapbook?

Alexander was always
inauthentic, bureaucratic, rhetorical

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A poem a day for the first 100 days

Omens from the Flight of Birds,
Stephen Vincent’s identical anthology
from the first 101 days
of Jimmy Carter’s presidency

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On Tyrone Williams

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Ernesto Cardenal’s Pluriverse

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Blackburn / Oppenheimer / Ginsberg

Blackburn’s “Statement”

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Andy Fitch “recovers”
JoltinJoe Brainard

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Belladonna’s Elder Series for Ought Nine

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Katie Degentesh’s The Anger Scale (PDF)

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Exploring Lafcadio Hearn

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The music of
Arabic poetry of Sicily

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Sarah Lindsay & Peter Cole

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Do post-avants have serious boundary issues?

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Stain Bar schedule
Brooklyn, NY

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Remembering Mick Imlah

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Thom Donovan
introduces
Stephanie Gray

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Worst headline
with which to announce
the National Book Critics Circle shortlist

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Talking with Mari-Lou Rowley

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When the aim is famous Seamus

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A laureate for Silicon Valley

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Will Motion be the last to write a royal ode?

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A profile of Blagojevich’s pick
as
Illinois’ laureate

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In Louisiana, it takes two appointments
to make Darrell Bourque the laureate

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New women writers
of the late nineteenth century

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Burns Speaks for Scotland!”

Burns Night … in Brazil

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Donald Revell’s A Thief of Strings

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Jon Geltner on Auggie Kleinzahler (PDF)

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Nikki Giovanni’s rap for Obama

Giovanni talking on NPR’s Tell Me More

Reading from Bicycles (MP3)

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Small press collection for sale

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“Stephen Rodefer’s Position” (PDF)

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Talking with Abraham Smith

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A profile of Pascale Petit

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Behind Catherine Sasanov’s Tara

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A profile of Nick Virgilio

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Henri Cole moves to Ohio

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William Butler Yeats is to poetry as . . .

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A roster of mostly conservative online litmags

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Andrew Duncan on John Wilkinson & Peter Riley (PDF)

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Resurrecting bookstores where a small chain tanked

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Washington Post
ends Book World as
an independent section

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Layoffs even at Publishers Weekly

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College newspapers start to feel the pinch

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While trade presses struggle,
self-publishers flourish

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Media’s Age of Irony

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Stephen Vincent: Haptics for Obama

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A Grace Hartigan retrospective

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Brandeis shuts its museum

Not so fast, say protestors

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Every sound you can imagine

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Kapital, the movie

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The intellectual underclass

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Darwin’s metaphor of the tree

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Hitchens & Chomsky on Rushdie

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Interviewing General Laurent Nkunda
(thinking of Shakespeare, Dostoyevsky, Creeley)

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The Silliman Bump:
Amazon’s sales rank of Rae Armantrout’s Versed
went from 460,000 to 69,000 on Tuesday

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