Tuesday, March 24, 2009

 

The portrait of Marjorie Perloff
by Emma Bee Bernstein
I wrote about yesterday
(click for larger image)

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The sculpted book

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Ange Mlinko on Fanny Howe

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Poetry in motion at
Ugly Duckling Presse

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Hank Lazer
reading (MP3) & talking (MP3)
on Close Listening

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The Great Age of Translation

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Translating Joe Cocker into English

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The French love Faulkner

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Susan Stewart
on Umberto Saba

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Language is a social object,
not a psychological one

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The 2009 Gil Ott Book Award
goes to
The Book of Frank

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At Beyond Baroque, April 3,
the life & times of Lew Welch

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Adrienne Rich:
rereading LeRoi Jones

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The Beats: A Graphic History

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Poetry, prophecy & the academy

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International Summer School on
Embodied Language Games
& Construction Grammar

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Jane Mayhall has died

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T.C. Boyle on
Gabriel Garcia Marquez

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“The Dissembling Poet:
Seamus Heaney and the Avant-Garde

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Eaves of Ass

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Twenty Contemporary
New Zealand Poets

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Glossing is a Beautiful Thing:
The Past, Present and Future
of Commentary

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NY Times catches up
to the Barthelme bio

& the Boston Globe

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Another review of Beckett’s letters

& another

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The Dictionary of American Regional English

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Talking with Alan Moore

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April is the cruelest month
with Garrison Keillor everywhere (PDF)

The Line-Up:
Emily, Walt
& the Great Wall of Quietude
(PDF)

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A Literary Publishing certification program

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Rufo Quintavalle’s Make Nothing Happen

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Poetry wars
head to the Northwest

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Auggie Kleinzahler’s
“Poet’s Choice”
is himself

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Why women read more than men

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Comparing the poetry of Mark Strand
to 19th century painting

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Writing in dark places

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Walter Mosley
introduces a new detective

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Meirion Jordan’s Moonrise

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If the world of poetry
were reduced
to just 25 books

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Nicholas Hughes,
son of Ted Hughes & Sylvia Plath,
has committed suicide

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Wyndham Lewis & Modernism
Symposium in Victoria, BC

An exhibition of Wyndy’s work

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Andrew Motion
on retiring as laureate

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20 years of editing Updike

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Save the world of books!

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Enclosing the commons

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The death & life of
great American newspapers

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Will NPR save the news?

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How to kill the internet

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A major source of newsprint
struggles to survive

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Battlestar Galactica
has ended

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How to build Stonehenge

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T.J. Clark comes to Picasso

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Women’s Work

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Where is the Snow of yesteryear?

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