Monday, February 02, 2009

 

Steve Fama on
Charles Reznikoff’s Testimony

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Mary Ann Caws: “Poetry
Can Be Any Damn Thing It Wants”

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Brian Teare on
The Collected Poems of Barbara Guest

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Ange Mlinko’s “The Eighties, Glory of”

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Talking with Charlotte Mandell

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Anne Boyer’s “Provisional Avant-Garde

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A New York Times obit
for George Schneeman

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The illuminated poetry of Tony Fitzpatrick

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The last speaker of Eyak has died

Enduring voices

A map of disappearing languages

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Obama’s accent

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Marjorie Perloff on Frank O’Hara

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Charles Bernstein’s “Manifest Aversions,
Conceptual Condundrums, &
Implausibly Deniable Links”

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Robert Creeley’s The Charm

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pay attention in fragments

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Celan, Kafka & the glottal stop

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The Beat Generation’s Zeppo

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D.A. Powell’s “Annie
Get Your Gun”

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Lies they tell you
in creative writing workshops

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Michael Robbins’
Alien vs. Predator

Some reactions

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Thomas Sayers Ellis’
“Perform-A-Form:
A Page vs. Stage Alliance

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desire
thwarted by the interference
of an other

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Masculinist aggressor speaks

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Michael Hofmann’s
“Manifesto of the Flying Mallet”

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Presses that don’t charge reading fees

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Videos of
long dead poets
“reading” their poems
(e.g., William Blake,
Whitman, Baudelaire)

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The “pure” Chris McCabe

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Juliana Spahr & Joshua Clover:
“Leave the Manifesto Alone!”

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Epictetus, Wittgenstein, O’Hara, Blake

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The NBCC poetry finalists,
with samples

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A.E. Stallings’
“Presto Manifesto”

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Barry Gifford in The New Yorker

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Against the arts czar

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I love this visual poem by
Spencer Selby

It’s from the new
Otoliths

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Visual rhymes

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An embryonic vispo library

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Jack Spicer’s
“A Red Wheelbarrow,”
the movie

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Poetryvlog
has videos of much more
than just
the usual suspects

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Bookbinding Makes Paul
a Changed Man”

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Joshua Mehigan’s
“The Final Manifesto”

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More fun with Franz & William

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Art, poetry & community
in Ottawa

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Marie Howe & Fady Joudah

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Wendy Cope:
An end to the nonsense of laureates

Wendy Cope is wrong!
Britain needs it laureate

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Scott Cairns & Todd Boss

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Allusion in Frank Bidart’s
“Advice to the Players”

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Katie Ford & Greg Williamson

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The institutionalization of flarf

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Calling Kent Johnson

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A “scribe of Allah”
looks at flarf & AIEE!

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Grey Cowrie’s Third Day

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Mary Karr reads Gwendolyn Brooks

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sheer, bloody-minded pleasure

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Nikki Giovanni’s Bicycles

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Textimage poetry by Ed Baker

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Graywolf responds to inaugural poem demand

All praise the platitudes

Elizabeth Alexander on the event & its reaction

What did you think of the inaugural poem?

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Composure in Mookie Katigbak’s The Proxy Eros

Also on The Proxy Eros,
plus Joel Toledo’s Chiarascuro

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Updike the poet

How good was Updike?

Carlin Romano on Updike

our Trollope and our Proust

Martin Amis on Updike

“The incomparable

“The heavyweight

Remembering Updike

John Carroll on John Updike

An appreciation

Rough Magic

Ian McEwan on Updike

The “golden age” of the mainstream novel

Top 10 Updike Books

Updike’s life in pictures

The Comical is reduced to running
the AP obit

“For better or worse…
an endless stream

Caretaker / Pallbearer

LRB links
to 21 reviews of his work

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How Not to Write a Novel

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Luc Sante on Susan Sontag

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Close reading
“the skull is a banjo”

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Is it time to dump hard cover books?

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Here comes Kindle 2.0

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Black hole” in the digital record

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Is there a future for
Book Soup?

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Mourning even the loss of Borders

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If books can’t compete

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The 42nd California International
Antiquarian Bookfair

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Newspaper chain furloughs workers
to avoid layoffs

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It ain’t over till it’s over

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Further adventures in editing
(see Jan. 26 links
for part I)

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A “Top 20” list
of online lit-zines
that somehow omits
most of the good ones

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Diatribe as an art form

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French intelligentsia, 21st century style

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My Dada
(The East Village Other
& the art of paste-up)

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Astronome:
A Night at the Opera,

by Richard Foreman & John Zorn

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Channeling 1955

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More on the devolution of
Penn’s Museum of Archeology

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Neolithic post-avants

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Jane Dickson – Night Driving

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Futurist advertising

Advertising from
Mayakovsky & Rodchenko

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In Tikrit, a sculpture
celebrates a shoe

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Nick Cave – recent sound suits

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Saatchi promotes Mideast art

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Art therapy for jihadists

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Photographic firsts

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Postmodern architecture – an MP3 archive

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The Web ain’t no rhizome

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Chaos 2009

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The Drug Museum

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Human terrain

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An account of the global recession
even Ezra Pound could understand

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The January stats:
31% increase year-over-year
in visits to the blog,
34% increase in page views

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