Monday, February 23, 2009

 

A visit with Tom Meyer

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John Ashbery
& David Orr’s lament
that it’s all over
for the School of Q

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Third-way poetics

Hybrid, not as in car

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Flarf 101

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Your mission,
should you choose to accept it

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K. Silem Mohammad’s
Breathalyzer

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On docu-poetry

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Crisis, Contradiction, Contestation,
the conference

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Noise, sound or poetry?

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Rachel Zolf & Christian Bök

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Gay sheikh’s desert storm

Atwood now regrets
Dubai boycott

Atwood’s comments

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In which Joseph Hutchison
declines to be a plumber

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The poet that changed America

Everybody got it wrong

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The Unabomber theory of poetry

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Close reading
0 to 9,
but not the content

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the scariest poet since Emily Dickinson”

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Olson’s bicycle,
so to speak

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Here comes Kerouac’s 1942 “sea novel

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A taste of Prairie Style

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Videos of
Rae Armantrout, Charles Bernstein
& Myung Mi Kim

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Jack Spicer’s
My Vocabulary Did This to Me

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After Winter:
The Art & Life of
Sterling A. Brown

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Allen Bramhall on Eileen Tabios

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Christopher Nolan has died

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George Szirtes
New & Collected Poems

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Italo Calvino in The New Yorker

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199 of the world’s languages
have 10 or fewer speakers left

A major problem is
urbanization

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It was Robert Redford
who got art funds
into the bailout package

Or maybe not

We think it’s because
Joan Specter,
Arlen’s wife,
seriously cares about art

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Not a best seller
Elizabeth Alexander’s inaugural poem
has sold just 6,000 copies
of the 100K printed

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Recent poems from Miller Williams

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The poetics of hip-hop

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Tori Amos’ Slam Forward

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Ancient Japanese poetry manuscripts

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The whole library in a “wafer”

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Indie bookstores in Vermont

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The Indies Choice Book Award
poetry short list is …
nonexistent?!?

(If indie bookstores
don’t support indie literature,
why do they even exist?)

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Brandon Brown’s Kidnapped

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Nico Vassilakis Avoid

A review of Text Loses Time

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Doug Messerli’s
Project for Innovative Poetry

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Kathleen Halme & Brigette Byrd

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3 profiles of Mary Swander,
Iowa’s new laureate

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Kansas opts for
Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg

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UniVerse of Poetry

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An upbeat assessment of AWP

And a rogue panel

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Al-Tayeb Saleh has died

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Meg Hamill’s Death Notices

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Remembering Michael Hartnett

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Muse India

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Howard Norman at Duke

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New European Poets

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César Moro

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Poems of Joe Bruchac

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A post-Valentine
anti-love song from
Alan Dugan

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Buson’s haiga

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Zach Houston’s poetry on demand

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The shortlist for
oddest book of the year

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Addicted to addicted aesthetics

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Saul Williams’ “NGH WHT”

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Borgesian

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A profile of Stanley Banks

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Wallace who at 100

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The Irish Times’
Poetry Now shortlist

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What became of Roger Fogelman

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The end of publishing,
one job at a time

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A farewell to newspapers

Mainstream media: RIP

Post-print journalism

The morgue

Local TV news
& the cult of personality

How Japanese papers are trying
to save themselves

How to survive a journalism career

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Another newspaper chain
files for bankruptcy

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Watching the death of
The NY Times Book Review
up close

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A national organization of adjuncts?

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Meeting Robert Bly

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Women writers,
from Anne Bradstreet onward

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Ruminating with Coleman Barks

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Check out Wood Coin

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Brad Gooch’s Flannery

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Reading Homer at Catholic U.

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Cambridge, Mass., writes its own poem

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The curse of being prolific

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Chatter at Belladonna

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Rob Mackenzie
on “Alien vs. Predator”

An interview with
Michael Robbins

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T.S. Eliot Summer School

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Ruth Padel
is the frontrunner
for Oxford poetry post

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Walking poems

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New York Times obit of
Edward Upward

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Linda Bierds in Walla Walla

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Helen Vendler on
Tyrannosaurus Rex vs. the Corduroy Kid

Two works from Simon Armitage’s book

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D.A. Powell’s Chronic

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Britain’s lack of free speech protections
needs to be addressed here

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Top artists battle UK visa clampdown

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Julian Barnes on George Orwell

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Remembering Maurice Bowra

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Dennis Barone
on Hurricane Katrina, Charles Olson
& Hartford, Connecticut

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Is art genetic?

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The poetics of Mad Men

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Play Write: State of the Art

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Pinter’s legacy

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The tin man

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Monk’s advice
to Steve Lacy

Epistrophy

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Ralph Eugene Meatyard

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Peter Schjeldahl on Shepard Fairey

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Picasso & the allure of language

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One cheer for hucksterism

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Hilton Als on Milk

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Project Runway’s
“invisible” finale

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Kisaeng Becomes You

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Paterson’s Great Falls
is now a national park

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Dinosaurs in trouble

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