Thursday, February 05, 2009

 

Nada Gordon’s Folly

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Flarf:
From Glory Days to Glory Hole

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American Hybrid

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Blagojevich’s Tennyson

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Writing really small

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James Dickey’s last lecture

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Close reading Wallace Stevens
with Charles Bernstein, Nada Gordon
& Lawrence Joseph

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A profile of Momotombo Press

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345 podcasts from
the Philadelphia Free Library

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Waiting for the
Alan Sokal of poetry

(Wasn’t that Ern Mally?)

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Seán Rafferty: A Revue

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When Rothenbergs Attack

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The only woman on
Pierre Joris
“10 Best Reads of 2008”
is one of the translators

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Talking with
Márton Koppány & Cecil Touchon

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How to be soft & brilliant

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A master’s in metaphor

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Blank Manifesto

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The publishing industry deserves to die

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Newspapers dumping
their Washington bureaus

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Jean Valentine’s Lucy

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Lisa Robertson & Juliana Spahr

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Did Poe invent blogging?

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Imagine Project Runway for poetry

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Talking with Jayne Anne Phillips

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Ink aware & in the Ditch

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Joe Stroud, Sharon Olds, Alex Lemon

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Edward Albee,
part-time pussycat

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Taking Whitman very literally (MP3)

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Writing for a small audience

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Reading poetry online

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Bibliophile jailed
for vandalizing rare books

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Poetry that feels
like writing workshop assignments

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Poets on the Edge:
An Anthology of Contemporary
Hebrew Poetry

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With + Stand
the red issue

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Taking plagiarism too literally

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This year’s poster
for National Poetry Month
goes from bad to verse
(Eliot’s, to be exact)

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A poetry symposium at
the Virginia Military Institute

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Talking with Carol Becker

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If you can kill a snake with it,
it ain’t art

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The NY Times on Brandeis’
selling off of its reputation

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Marlene Dumas at MoMA

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Bourdieu in Algeria

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Lukas Foss has died

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Shih-Hui Chen’s Quartet No. 5
(Fibonacci & spiccato)

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You are Going to Die

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