Tuesday, March 10, 2009

 

Sam Beckett’s early correspondence

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Barry Schwabsky on Barbara Guest

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Rachel Blau DuPlessis
on genre problems in the long poem

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Close reading Lyn Hejinian

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Interviews with visual poets

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Mary Anne Caws
on manifestos

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Honor Moore
on poetry & the women’s movement

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David Bromige:
a selection

Meredith Quartermain
on David Bromige

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The glory days of White Rabbit

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Understanding Ashbery

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The Poetry Project’s new website
burns like hot red coal
in
New York’s snow

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Reading Andoumboulo:
Jefferson Hansen on Nate Mackey

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Losing Heinrich Böll

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Norman Fischer’s
Charlotte’s Way

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Hank Lazer reviews
Norman Fischer, Lisa Jarnot,
John Matthias, Craig Dworkin & Leonard Schwartz

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Just how bad is Matthew Dickman?

The value of the negative

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The arts bail-out

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The poem as correspondence
& the corresponding poems

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Marjorie Perloff
on the O’Hara Selected

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The poetry of Ex-Lax

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Peter Middleton:
20 conjectures

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The 20 poets who caused
Curtis Faville
to fall in love with poetry

And Joseph Duemers
(with a good comment from Ed Mycue)

& another list
including 2 books by
” the only person in
the history of the human race
who has successfully solved
the mind-body problem”

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Close reading
even more flarf

And again
And again
And again
And again

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Philip Metres on Peter Cole
& other reviews
by other readers

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A history of women writers:
avants need not apply

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Happy Huthday!

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David Lau
looks at 6 recent books

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Bob Cobbing
& the book as medium

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Poe at his worst

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Amazon drops the other shoe:
e-books for the iPhone

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Jack Micheline:
letter to Kerouac in heaven

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The other e-reader

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You need to renew

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Alan Halsey
nearing 60

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Peter Quartermain:
Growing Dumb

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Racism + language +
a bureaucrat in Iowa

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On decadence

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Diane di Prima:
a reading at lunch

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Reading report:
Anne Waldman in
Eastern Illinois

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Ray Craig’s “Kiss Me  series

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Germane Greer
on anal sex with
Rimbaud & Verlaine

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Elizabeth Fodaski’s “Life Sentences”

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Ed Dorn & the American West

The heretic

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Robert Creeley’s “Oh, Do You Remember?”

And “Places to Be

Sonia Sanchez wins the “Creeley Award”

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Allen Grossman wins the Bollingen Prize

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Because trade publishing
isn’t stupid enough

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Quietists seeks to figure out
this new-fangled digital stuff

A comment
that seeks to be supportive

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Johan de Wit’s
Up to You Munro

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50 poets born between
1923 & 1943
beginning with John Ashbery
(tho it excludes Ted Berrigan,
Robert Kelly, Clayton Eshleman,
David Bromige, Diane Wakoski,
Larry Eigner, Hannah Weiner,
Ron Padgett, Joseph Ceravolo,
Amiri Baraka, Anne Waldman,
Lyn Hejinian, Tom Mandel,
Jack Gilbert, Jack Spicer,
Robin Blaser, George Stanley,
Jerry Rothenberg, David Meltzer,
Michael McClure, Kathleen Fraser,
Rachel Blau DuPlessis etc., etc.,
which is to say
most of the interesting ones)

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The Anarchist Book Fair

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B&N buys e-book retailer

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Fisher poets

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Toby Olson on Dallas Wiebe

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Marcel Proust, Lyn Hejinian
& Nick Drake

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Farrah Field’s Rising

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Stephen Rodefer’s
Call It Thought

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Michael Davidson
on disability & the defamiliar body

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Talking with Ted Pelton

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Kenneth Patchen in Brazil

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The Peruvian surrealist,
César Moro

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50 outstanding translations
over the past 50 years

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The poetics of non-belief

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Community reads” programs:
like book clubs on steroids

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G.C. Waldrep’s Archicembalo

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Short reviews from the Brooklyn Rail

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The least literate generation
 of college students yet?

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Looking for © holders
who might not be online

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Newspapers
could not recognize
a rigged deck

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Lack of control
as a condition
in & of the poem

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Chris Martin on avant-rap

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Bishop & Lowell,
the most level-headed review yet

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David Miller’s prose

And his poetry

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The splendid isolatos

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LA Times obit for
Philip José Farmer

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Normalizing Barthelme

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Yet another review of
Gooch’s Flannery

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The latest calculatedly provocative novel

A Nazi Zelig

Wanting to vomit

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The original grade inflation:
blurbism

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David Foster Wallace’s paper puzzle

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The books we only say
we’ve read

Plus books to get laid by

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Who is Mark Twain?

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Updike & Cheever
the TV show

Rescuing Cheever from obscurity

More fawning from the LA Times

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NEA National Heritage Fellows

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Susan Bee:
Eye of the Storm

Vincent Katz
on Susan Bee &
Emma Bee Bernstein

Photos from the tribute to
Emma Bee Bernstein

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Photography’s ghosts

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Conservation & feminism

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Some classic Carolee Schneemann
at Carolina Nitsch

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The barter economy for art

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Who is buying art now?

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Art is dead

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Philip Guston
at the National Gallery

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Images from the Armory Show

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Thoreau’s Buddhism
& other followers
of the Eastern path

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Admiral Adama
& the new Aeneid

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The radical jock’s perspective
on 1968

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Remembering Cornelius Cardew

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Talking with Corey Wilkes

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Dancing to Walt Whitman

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Bruce Sterling on Web 2.0

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Hal Foster on Guy Debord

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What the Barry Bonds case really means

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The cultural failure of the PCI

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Kudos to Readings

& to Golden Handcuffs

Jacket 36 is finally complete

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