Tuesday, February 10, 2009

 

Reading report:
Kaia Sand, Yedda Morrison
& Kim Rosenfield

at Small Press Traffic

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AWP events at Links Hall

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Infection in the Sentence
Festival

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J.H. Prynne & Pierre Alferi
at the Pompidou

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M. NourbeSe Philip’s Zong!

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Inger Christensen’s Alphabet

Remembering Christensen

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Searching for Lorine Niedecker

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Stephen Vincent’s Beverly Dahlen Haptic

Charles Alexander on Beverly Dahlen

Kathleen Fraser & Jocelyn Saidenberg
on Dahlen, her work & her impact

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Jack Collom’s Exchanges of Earth and Sky

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Talking with John Ashbery

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A chat with Ron Silliman

A memento of conferences past

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The Segue series
at the Bowery Poetry Club
for Spring (PDF)

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Is Leningrad the precursor
to The Grand Piano?
(scroll down a bit)

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Elizabeth Bishop & Neal Cassady

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A serious gourmand
reads Harry Mathews

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A semiotic theory of poetics

Plumbline poetry

Joseph Duemer on the plumbers

Against the binary

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Beth Joselow:
from In the Green Zone

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The arts = jobs (PDF)

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Gerald Stern sings Jimmy Durante

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

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Talking with Peter Porter

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Christopher Funkhouser on digital poetry

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The space between sentences

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Talking with Elizabeth Alexander

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Oscar Wilde is set to close

So is the last indie bookstore in
Henderson, Nevada

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The fading world of
Charing Cross Road

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The importance of indie bookshops

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The first SPD catalog?

I’m in the second one

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Adding up
The NY Times Book Review

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BookExpo Canada cancelled

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The NY Times’ plan
to survive

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Amazon by the numbers

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The next publishing model

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How to save your newspaper

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The Bards in the Bog
in Shetland

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Valentine poetry from China
by way of Ezra Pound

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Searching for Nicu Lutan

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A profile of Walter Mosley

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Mick O’Brien:
King of the Ode

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A profile of Richard Howard

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What Jack Micheline & Mary Oliver
have in common

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Jordan Davis:
Are you better off than you were
13,000 years ago?

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Scenes from the poetry wars

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Dale Smith on Jordan Davis
on Kevin Davies in The Nation

& on Gary Sullivan
on Sharon Mesmer in
The Poetry Project Newsletter

& on “symbolic efficiency

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K. Silem Mohammad
on Dale Smith’s “tough love”

These are your instructions

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Who owns the avant-garde?

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Temple’s Spring reading series
starts Thursday
with Anselm Berrigan

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Richard Kostelanetz
gets around

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Falmouth, Massachusetts
where everyone is reading poetry

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Katy Lederer’s
The Heaven-Sent Leaf

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A haptic a day
for Barack Obama

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Santa Clara searches
for its laureate

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Much good stuff
in the exceedingly well-dressed
Scantily Clad Press

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The same is true for
Little Red Leaves

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& the new mark(s)

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Potlatch poetry

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You can download LRL editions
or buy them hard copy

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A note on Hugh Fox

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Monday was
National Poetry Day
in Vietnam

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The Serial Killer’s Daughter

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Matthea Harvey
wins the Kingsley Tufts award

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Celebrating chapbooks

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Aracelis Girmay’s Teeth

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Philip Metres on Kent Johnson

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Larkin could read aloud
but what about others?

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Philippe Soupault
on Breton, automatic writing, suicide

On surrealism

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11,000 out-of-print
Yiddish books
have gone online

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Hokum

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Lagos of the Poets

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Sally Van Doren’s
Sex at Noon Taxes

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Editing Updike

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A profile of Carol Niederlander

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Craft-Talk: On Writing Poetry

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Alexis Rotella reads

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Cost, space & time
the problems of collecting

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Book dealer jailed over library thefts

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The amazing Donald Barthelme

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Poems of aging

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Tim Bowling & Oana Avasilichioaei

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American Academy of Arts & Letters
names J.D. McClatchy president

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Zadie Smith:
A clear & unified voice

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What is the place of poetry
on a blog?

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A profile of Kathleen Graber

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Heading to read
at the Library of Congress

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Some writing resources

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Nikki Giovanni’s Bycycles

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Boyle’s Wright

The LA Times review

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Talking with Kenton Robinson

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A literary publishing roundtable
sans the literary

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TypeBound

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Japanese Young Artists’ Book Fair

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Book autopsies

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Access Restricted:
nomadic lectures in prohibited space

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Phong Bui
on art & development
in brooklyn

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Harvard adds art

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Laura Moriarty
talking to Mai-Thu Perret

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Cops to Shepard Fairey:
Tag, you’re it

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Remembering art’s first superstar

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Siddhartha at Brandeis

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A nose for verse drama

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Daily performances of
John Cage’s 4’33”

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Fresh Air reviews
Anthony Braxton’s
Complete Arista Recordings

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Max Neuhaus has died

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My KPFA,
an oral history in MP3s
of alternative culture’s most influential station
(includes everyone from Robin Blaser
to Charles Amirkhanian,
Larry Bensky to William Mandel,
Charles Shere to Phil Elwood)
[note also the ratio of genders!!]

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Michael Wood on
Slumdog Millionaire

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The W-word, back again

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Jared Diamond:
why societies collapse

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The structure of everything

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