Monday, March 02, 2009

 

Fanny Howe’s The Winter Sun

Poetry & spirituality

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The oldest words in English

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The New Yorker
has excerpted
David Foster Wallace’s
last, unfinished novel

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Lyn Hejinian’s Saga / Circus

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Four poems by John Ashbery

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Kit Robinson’s Ice Cubes

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The hand-printed book in historical context

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Susan Howe’s Souls of the Labadie Tract

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Leevi Lehto’s latest essays

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Women mentoring women

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The mainstream avant-gardist

Barthelme in Buffalo

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Leslie Scalapino’s
It’s go in horizontal: Selected Poems

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Close-reading flarf

#s 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

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The sanest comment on greatness yet

Adam Fieled takes up Amy’s challenge

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Remembering when Robert Lowell
was considered important

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If I ran the NEA

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A hidden history of English poetry

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Jackson Mac Low’s Thing of Beauty

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In favor of anthologies

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The problem of Knut Hamsun

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Dancing with the dead:
language, poetry & translation

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“We don’t want to be
in that small-press translation ghetto

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SoQ translations all sound the same

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Charles Bernstein’s Girly Man

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Reconstructing Dorothy Wordsworth

Searching for Bill & Dorothy

Digital Wordsworth

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3 bad books

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Jack Kerouac’s The Sea is My Brother

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Why conference papers mostly suck

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The Alphabet

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20 books through which
to fall in love with poetry

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The traveling concept of narrative

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Philip José Farmer is dead

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Best book of 2009

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Find the nearest indie bookstore

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A place for poetry

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Reviewing the new Kindle 2.0

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Save the news,
not the newspapers

An industry staggers

Newspaper death watch

The Rocky Mountain News shuts down

Newspaper convention cancelled

Did blogging kill newspapers?

Or was it Facebook?

Is it the end?

From no profits to non-profits?

If papers die, who will write about it?

Flash: newspapers
are not losing money
!!

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On the demise of publishing,
reading & all else

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The ABA reduces its dues

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Derek Fenner & the art of stalking

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Jack Gilbert & his triangle

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Poetry & politics
in the 1930s & now

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Ilya Kaminsky’s
In Our Time

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Stephen Spender’s politics

Tho it neglects to mention his patron

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Amish Trivedi’s
Selections from Episode Three
(PDF)

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Lobster, steak & vispo

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Talking with T.C. Boyle

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The linguistic construction of happiness

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If  you insist on writing

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Can the Dodge Fest be saved?

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Chinese whispers

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Letters from Norman Mailer

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Stephen Dobyns dog

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Looking elsewhere
to keep the
School of Q intact

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David Constantine’s latest collection

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First NY Times review
of Brad Gooch’s Flannery

NY Time’s 2nd review
of Flannery

NY Times interview of
Brad Gooch
(MP3)

Austin American-Statesman

Talking to Gooch in Savannah

All beak and claws

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Life at the AWP

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New work by Robert Bly

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A half-century out of date
at the Huffington Post

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Adam Kirsch
review’s O’Driscoll’s Heaney

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The best music event in America
next Friday in
Berkeley

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Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club

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On repetition

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Barry Schwabsky on
Marlene Dumas & Barkley Hendricks

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1,389 photos from
Roanoke’s 2009
Marginal Arts Fest

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Combat censorship in Mexico

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Zorn + Foreman

Felix Bernstein’s review

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Starbuck speaks!

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Watching Zack Snyder

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Rushdie:
Can there be
a good film adaptation
of a book?

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Frank Gehry at 80

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Wittgenstein’s family

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Badiou’s Sarkozy

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Justify the humanities?

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Electronic theses & dissertations

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