Friday, February 20, 2009

 

Juliana Spahr:
“The Incinerator”

Lana Turner,
new kid on the block

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An 11-year-old poet
takes on the Taliban

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A new chapter for Robin’s Books

In Madison, bookstores fight back

In Ann Arbor, Shaman Drum struggles to survive

A campaign in Shorewood, WI to
have the city buy
the bookstore

Used bookstores carry on

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Kit Robinson’s Messianic Trees

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Rachel Blau DuPlessis
introduces The Alphabet
(MP3)

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Why hasn’t John Ashbery
ever received
the National Medal for the Arts?

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Poets in Kenya
have discovered blogging

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A profile of Richard Deming

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Dubai bans an author

Atwood boycotts Dubai

An interview with Ali Al Sha’ali

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Writer stabbed at reading in Beijing

More questions than answers
in the stabbing of
Xu Lai

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Nikki Giovanni on Bill Moyers’ Journal

A mellower Giovanni

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Kenneth Irby’s Studies:
Cuts, Shots, Takes

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Jean Vengua’s Prau

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Laura Moriarty’s account
of the AWP

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Strange bedfellows in
American Hybrid

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Alex Davies
on naming & categories
in poetry
(PDF)

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Dan Wilcox
on chapbooks
in the Albany, NY scene

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Robert Duncan, Denise Levertov
& the war now

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Videos from John Ashbery,
Michael Palmer & Fanny Howe

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Poems for the Millennium: Vol. 3

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The economics of Poetry

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Mae Winkler Goodman Samuel has died

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Philip K. Dick’s last novel
will be self-published

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The cancer cluster
in the UCSD lit program

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Flarf vs. Globish

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Finally!
A serious biography of
William Carlos Williams

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A graphic history of the Beats

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What is the value of email?

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What writers earn, on average, in the UK

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Canada proposes benefits for authors

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Can a failed state
lead the world’s literature?

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National Poetry Day in Vietnam

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Salman Rushdie:
the fatwa at 20

Rescuing Rushdie

Is it possible yet
to discuss the book?

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A profile of Hannah Zeavin

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“Poetry is the country music of literature” –
Gabe Gudding

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Anti-manifesto

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Amiri Baraka reads Charles Olson

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Suzi Gablik on her time at Black Mountain

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Pride and Prejudice
and 7-foot tall extraterrestrials

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The return of the “middle man”
to poetry

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A more-rare-than-rare
Larry Fagin reading
in Beacon NY

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What I’m On
by
Luis Humberto Valadez

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A poets’ café
with a hip-hop twist

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Talking with April Ossmann

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Poetry in Iceland

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A profile of Ibukun Babarinde

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Can language poetry matter?

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Charles Bernstein has Class
(MP3 now in stereo)

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A profile of Matthew Carter

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leave / the roots on

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Tracking the wild Barthelme

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Michael Kelleher on New York’s Grateful Dead

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Apples & Serpents

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Who censors whom?

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In Idaho Falls,
no more Monday paper

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Reading The NY Times Book Review
for what really matters

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Newspapers as non-profits?

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How publishers survived WW2

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Edward Upward has died at 105

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Close reading Donald Justice

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Twitter versions of classic lit

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Are university presses at risk?

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University presses & pirates

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A bridge to flarf

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Trusting Tom Clark

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John Olivares Espinoza’s The Date Fruit Elegies

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Liquid poetry in Denver

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A profile of Nina Nero

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31 translations of the same haiku

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Off to a slow start,
first-time author
finds a bidding war at 70

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Sharing a birthday –
Audre Lorde & Yoko Ono

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Stanley Fish:
Do academics deserve free speech?

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Librarians’ jobs
are being transformed

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Trying hard to not rob the library

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Talking with Armistead Maupin

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Jack Micheline, One of A Kind

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Iowa’s new laureate is Mary Swander

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Arabian Nights

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Lewis Turco on
Robert Bly’s pink fog

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David Giannini’s A Z Two

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Alfred Knopf is dead

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Remembering Carol Houck Smith

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Betjeman goes to Leeds

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Galway Kinnell at Dartmouth

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Howl
for Lindsay Lohan

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Wendy Cope’s writing room

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Here comes Tolkien’s juvenilia

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The consumerization of art

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Futurism arrives at last
at MoMA

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ICA has all the dirt

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In Manchester, UK,
surrealism 2.0

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What is a portrait?

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What photographers hate
Creative Commons

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An intriguing question:
what is Philippe Petit’s
status as art

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Ellen Fullman
keeps stringing us along

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SF Blues Festival canceled

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You can stick a fork in Muzak

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The Dogs of Auckland

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Just how have The Nation’s
reviewers
judged
Oscar-winning films
over the years?

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Žižek’s Lacan

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The liberal arts abroad

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The latest anti-regulation hype

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