Friday, August 07, 2009

 

Gloria Frym on Lorine Niedecker

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Discovering Landis Everson

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Robin Blaser’s continuous song

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The poetic monologs of
Frederick Seidel & Bernadette Mayer

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Ravi Shankar’s
night in the hoosegow

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Censorship in Iraq

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Gertrude Stein & Michael Farrell

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A sampler of work by
Farid Matuk

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Talking with CA Conrad

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Johannes Göransson on
American Hybrid

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Kenny Goldsmith & Dale Smith
on slow vs.fast poetry

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The Adam FieledNada GordonAdam Fieled debate

Disjunction is not dead

But…
JUNCTION IS ALIVE
(or at least undead)

A portfolio of Nicolas Bourriaud

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Talking with Ryan Fitzpatrick

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Public Service:
Please write & tell Nada Gordon
the correct answer is E

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A Helen Adam sampler

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Curtis Faville on
me & my blog

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Reginald Shepherd’s
Orpheus in the Bronx

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Joseph Massey’s Areas of Fog

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A women’s writing conference
modeled after the AWP?

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The first map

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Fanny Howe’s
The Winter Sun

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Bei Dao: 4 poems
translated by
Clayton Eshleman & Lucas Klein

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Survivor: Wom-Po Island

Letters to the World:
Poems from the Wom-Po Listserv

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Robert Archambeau
on 2 Swedish poets

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Eliot Weinberger
is not Montaigne

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2 versions of Hölderlin

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Hoa Nguyen’s Hecate Lochia

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Ed Dorn in the ‘60s

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Susan Wheeler’s
Assorted Poems

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Salt Publishing’s best sellers
of all time

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Ashbery in Paris

And the conference

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A bank for poets

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Talking with Kane X. Faucher

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Yusef Komunyakaa’s Warhorses

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If this suit succeeds,
every MFA program in the country
is in danger

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In SF, Green Apple has posted 8
(of a promised 10)
episodes of its
Kindle vs. book comparison
(aka Kindle Smackdown)

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E-books are way over-hyped

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Sony ramps up plans
to sink Kindle

& cuts prices
so as not to be undersold

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B&N e-book is a “paper tiger”

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Book Industry Study Group

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Publishers have discovered
why they have deadlines

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What happened to that
Seth Abramson link?

Abramson responds

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Geoffrey Hill’s tetragrammaton

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A close look at 3 blogs:
(part 1) (part 2) (part 3)
(epilog)

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Monday, August 10 in Philly:
a benefit to help save Giovanni’s Room,
the world’s oldest & largest
LGBT & feminist bookstore

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August 23 in Oakland:
Clark Coolidge & Laura Moriarty

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In Amesbury, MA, August 9,
a reading of John Greenleaf Whittier

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New work from
Gustave Morin

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Claude Lévi-Strauss
in his own words

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Poetry in contemporary Chinese life

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Harassing the followers of
Thich Nhat Hanh

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The message is the message

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Savethenews.org

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The ISBN is dead

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Toni Morrison, Tony Kushner & Walter Mosley:
What will become of our culture?

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Some vispo from Judith Copithorne

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Adam Kirsch
on Ginsberg & Trilling

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You could just “make it up

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John Gallaher’s
Map of the Folded World

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Chez Tennyson

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Dylan Thomas’ daughter,
Aeronwy,
has died

You can rent
Dylan Thomas’ home

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David Lau’s
Virgil & the Mountain Cat

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Padgett Powell’s redo of Sunset Debris

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Tim O’Brien: how to write

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Robert Pack’s
Still Here, Still Now

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Talking with Felino Soriano

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Katha Pollitt on poems about poetry

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Kay Ryan:
ambassador for poetry

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Literary tatt anthology
is seeking your ink

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The hardworking afterlife of
Donald Westlake

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Jennifer Cody Epstein’s
The Painter from Shanghai

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Talking with Jeffrey Thomson

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A top Canadian pol
rejoins the Writers Union

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The dead poets tour

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Carey Salerno’s Shelter

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John Olson & Nico Vassilakis
having a vowel movement
outside the Poetry Bus

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The Gen-X YA canon

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Pynchon Lite

Pynchon speaks … maybe

This is the dawning of
the Age of Nefarious

First web review from a blogger

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Live from the National Poetry Slam

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“the magnificent Eeyore
of British verse”

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Stevens vs. Frost

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Vampires & plagiarism

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Maya Angelou has a new web site

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This year’s program
at the 92nd Street Y

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Budd Schulberg has died

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Uncensoring Costa-Gavras
at the Acropolis

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Julian Kabza:
Metamorphosis

Metamorphosis II

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The art market has hit bottom

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Evidence

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What Dylan told the band

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Maybe the best live music
I’ve heard in years
returns to Philadelphia this Sunday

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