Monday, February 16, 2009

 

Jennifer Moxley: Three essays

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WCW elected
to the Jersey Hall of Fame!!

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Stephen Jonas, neglectorino

Some work here

Selected Poems

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Abe Lincoln & Walt Whitman

Cynthia Zarin
on the steps of
the Lincoln Memorial

Michael Meng’s Lincoln cycle

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Charles Olson’s Melville project

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The twist

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Tonight in LA:
Kerouac, Olson & Whitman

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Remembering Black Mountain

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A Kerouac collectible

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Putting Joyce to music

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Kafka & his critics

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Poetry in a time of terror

Poets call for tolerance,
human rights

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Bahtiyar Vahabzade has died

So has Steve Sauve

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An obit for Keith Wilson

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Steve Fama’s favorite moments in
The Alphabet

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Translation & its discontents

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Inappropriation as translation

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Michael & Matthew Dickman,
identical twins
both published by CopperCanyon

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Two books by Laynie Browne

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The pleasure of a disordered library

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Bob Arnold 28 Poems & 2 Interview

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The origin of flarf

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Octopus’ recovery projects

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On David Burliuk

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The Collected Poems of Barbara Guest

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Remembering Wazir Mohammad Zakhmi

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A profile of Nabilah Ahmed Rufa'i

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Buson’s desk

A test of translation –
15 versions of
Buson’s “The Butterfly”

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Elizabeth Alexander
shows a reluctance to read
“Praise Song for the Day”

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The Chicago Trib’s
coverage of AWP

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A more serious account of AWP

And here

A brief recap of one person’s Friday

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The author makes a house call

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Christian Bök & Stephanie Strickland
head up the
Lake Forest College Literary Fest

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Andrew Marvell’s The Complete Poems

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Reb Livingston
suggests that we all
just get a grip

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David Shapiro’s To an Idea
(hint: Jonathan Mayhew is right)

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Turkey & its contemporary poets

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An interview with me on the Issuusite

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Talking with Franz Wright

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Talking with Barbara Quick

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The mysteries of Yoon Dong-joo

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Pinsky waxes poetic
for Valentine’s day

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Conceptual poetry,
a test case

Further thoughts

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Poetry & market saturation

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The Louis Zukofsky – Whittaker Chamers
Pinchos Zukofsky – pineapple story

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The best photo-history
of British poetry
I’ve ever seen

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Celebrating Faiz Ahmed Faiz

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Net censorship in China

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Banning books in Miami

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Banning one of Laura Bush’s
favorite novels

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Plagiarism & culture

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In Dallas,
censorship is a marketing ploy

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Barney Rosset & free speech

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Wordlings, ‘word bytes”
& the World Wide Web

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Public vs. personal in poetry

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Gearing up for poetry docudramas

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Coming to KCRW

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Belladonna’s
Emma Bee Bernstein tribute
at A.I.R. Gallery

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Andrea Gibson
slammin’ at Brown

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A profile of Rita Dove

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Best comments stream ever –
Wanda Coleman throws a tantrum

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He’s ba...ack!

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Gerald Graff’s direction

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The Essbaum-Sebastian nanopress

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Sotheby offers
11,000 Hebrew books

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A preacher’s poems

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Mad Men’s
“Frank O’Hara episode”
just arrived in the U.K.

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Walkin’ the dog

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Shona poetry in San Francisco

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Haibu(na)ku

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Nano-interview with Jessica Fjeld

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Annie Finch goes to London

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Edmund White’s Rimbaud

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5 and 20 random things about
William Shakespeare

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Remembering The Rubáiyát

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Michael Kimball
writes your life story
on a postcard

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Bookins,
a book trade site

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$50,000,000
for the arts
in the stimulus package

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Why the arts should be there

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Michigan’s governor
cuts arts funding

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How is it that the state that does the least
in support for the arts
has the most vibrant literary community
in the United States?

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Art jobs are real jobs

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Poems for hire

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Layoffs at HarperCollins

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Don’t die on Sunday in Detroit

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A new way to make
web content pay

Kachingle

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Bookstore sales in December
& for all of 2008

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The legacy of Oscar Wilde Books

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Why indie bookstores matter

Part 2

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Indie bookstores keep on fighting

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Kindle 2 & e-book pricing

Will Kindle 2
cross the chasm?

Now a machine can
read your work aloud

Gizmodo isn’t wowed

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Do libraries abet book theft?

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Spread the Stoke

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Two books by Victoria Chang

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A profile of Khaled Mattawa

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Kermode’s Milton

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Mary Karr’s Paul Muldoon

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A play about Bishop & Pound

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Poetry after Bush

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The Lenore Marshall Prize for ‘09
goes to Henri Cole

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Walcott in Winter Park

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Scoop Nisker
& way too many laureates

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William Radice’s YouTube campaign
for Britain’s laureate

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Ramsey Nasr
elected
National Poet of the Netherlands

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The (ex)laureate is “a hoot”

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Tacoma laureate
holds final workshop

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A laureate in Hollywood
(Carol Muske-Dukes
& the Magic Bus)

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Support for Darrell Bourque’s
reappointment
as Louisiana’s laureate

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A laureate for Kansas

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A profile of Washington’s laureate
Sam Green

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Leslie McGrath
& poetry as “food porn”

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All’s quiet in Hartwick

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The last of Updike is finally in view

Dick Cavett on Updike & Cheever

Ian McEwan’s Updike

Roger Angell’s podcast on Updike

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International Poetry Forum
closes up shop

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Talking with Jeff Hamilton

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Poetry in the prose of
Bolaño’s The Savage Detectives
(beware of spoilers)

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Lisel Mueller & Amy Lowell

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Remembering Michael Donaghy

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Reading report: Marilyn Kallet

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The hottest poet in upstate New York

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Mike the Poet
gives more than
200 readings each year

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A profile of Craig Arnold

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A reading series in Natick, MA

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Brad Gooch’s Flannery O’Conner

LA Times review

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A profile of Matthea Harvey

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A profile of Nikki Giovanni

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Senior professor
forced to teach
first-year students

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NLRB victory
for grad-student employees

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The Cochise County
Cowboy Poetry
& Music Gathering

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Robbie Burns in Japan

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DC’s Guerrilla Poetry Insurgency

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Poetry Day in Ho Chi Minh

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The poetry walk in Everett, Washington

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Freddy Fonseca’s mission

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Talking with Lynne Thompson

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Be exceptionally ordinary
like Ted Kooser

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Britain’s new youth novelist

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Talking with T.C. Boyle

NY Times review of The Women

First chapter

A review in the Comical

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Group portrait

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Poetry wars too tame?
Try architects

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Rem Koolhaas building
burns in Beijing

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Charles Olson & Merce Cunningham

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“I am only describing language,
not explaining anything

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Art in the age of Obama

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Oulipo saliva” –
avoiding “e”

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Images from Codex

Also here & here

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Franz Kline meets Robert Creeley

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Brad Gooch:
“The Art of Gay Cool”

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Piero Manzoni
& conceptualism in the ‘60s

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The six works of
Tehching Hsieh

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R. Crumb at the Massachusetts
College
of Art & Design

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Israeli dada
comes to Cincinnati

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Impressionism & $$$

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Bring out your dead

Photography of the damned

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Abstract tits
are still too sexy
for Long Beach

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The president of Brandeis
does a little damage control

Museum director decries betrayal

There go the school’s donors

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MOCA Detroit gets a full-time director

MOCA LA’s board votes with its feet

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On Kawara’s calendar

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Schjeldahl’s Doig

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Schwabsky on
Dumas & Hendricks

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B of the Bang
goes out
with a whimper

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Layoffs at the gallery

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Peter Max Obama portraits
vamp on Andy Warhol

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Artist sues © “owner”

Shepard Fairey:
artist or criminal

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An eviction notice for
Film-Makers’ Cooperative

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The Danish Poet
(scroll down)
[& see if you recognize the narrator’s voice
before the credits]

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Charles Potts Magic Windmill Band

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A choral celebration of Darwin

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Talking with Joachim Sartorius

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Singularity University

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For philosophers,
dead is the new 90

Unless you’re Giordano Bruno

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Mr. Chouchani

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