Tuesday, October 20, 2009

 

Burying Mr. Poe

Poe sites in Bal’more

Poe house & museum

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Rosmarie Waldrop
on the two directions of American poetry,
metaphor & metonymy

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Nov. 12 in NYC:
Wittgenstein’s Voice
with Rosmarie Waldrop, Marjorie Perloff,
Tom Pepper, Sissi Tax,
moderated by Jean-Michel Rabate

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The Collected Short Stories of Lydia Davis

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Charlotte Mandell,
reading her translation of
Matias Énard’s Zone
(part 1 of 7)

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Steven Fama:
“I have seen the future of poetry on Blogger
and it’s name is”
Stephen Ratcliffe

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Sexism in British culture

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Parting the nightgown of the poem

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The impact of poetry on pea soup

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Veronic Forrest-Thomson:
Poetic Artifice
(reg. req.)

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NY Times obit for Raymond Federman

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Carter Monroe:
The Spicer Series

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Lynn Behrendt & Ann Lauterbach

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James Joyce 2010

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Kurt Vonnegut:
“Look at the Birdie”

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Philadelphia, Oct. 22:
Rae Armantrout

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Philadelphia, Oct. 24:
Jena Osman, Michael Gizzi, Craig Watson

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The Internet as Playground & Factory

& its poetry panel

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Does the brain like e-books?

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Digitizing rare Chinese books

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China at the book fair

“Not a book fair but a rights fair

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Paul Zukofsky re-invents “fair use”

Wikipedia on fair use

The U.S. © office on fair use

U.S. © law

§ 107, the fair use statute

Stanford’s © & fair use site

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Libraries lend e-books

So you want to borrow an e-book

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Nov. 9 at the 92nd St. Y in NYC,
Orhan Pamuk

Nov. 16,
reading Nabokov’s Laura
with Martin Amis et al

Nov. 30,
Paul Auster & Javier Marias

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Jonathan Lethem on the Upper East Side

Procedure in Plain Air

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Talking with Joan Houlihan

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The Language Moment

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Conceptual poetics in Britain

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About Britain’s “favourite poem

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A new edition of Gary Snyder’s Riprap

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Ben Friedlander:
“Marianne Moore is the center of modernism”

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The Kerouac Big Sur film
is being shown in many cities this week,
most often tonight

A profile of “little Jimmy Sampas

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Bill Sherman on Jean Rhys

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Atwood’s Flood

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Sherman Alexie:
serious writer, funny guy

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Talking with Craig Raine

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The wordlessness of haiku

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Chimamanda Adichie:
the danger of the single story

A discussion of
Half of a Yellow Sun
(part 1) (part 2)

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Shakespeare’s collab
with Thomas Kyd

UCLA gets $2M
Shakespeare collection

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That obscure object of
the National Book Award

Siglio Press’ Keith Waldrop page

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Co-author a story with Neil Gaiman on Twitter

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Clive James:
poetry + showbiz

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A poet in the Peace Corps in Mozambique

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50 years of Naked Lunch

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A book a day

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A word quiz worth contemplating

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The Valparaiso Poetry Review
turns 10

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Padgett Powell’s
The Interrogative Mood

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Tom Leonard’s Outside the Narrative

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Anselm Berrigan favorites

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Walt Whitman’s
astrology chart

Walt Whitman
the puppet show
(with F. Garcia Lorca)

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Kara Candito’s Taste of Cherry

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Robert Sheppard
introduces Cliff Yates

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The Electro-Plasmic Hyrdocephalic
Genre-Fiction Generator

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What to do with used poems?

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Books for soldiers

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What will Kindle do to territorial rights?

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A color screen for B&N e-reader

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Meet Alex

Is Alex the B&N e-reader?

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Kindle killers?
The boom in e-readers

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Google deal debated

Will Google sell ads with each book?
It’s not ruling it out

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Google Editions:
“Buy anywhere, read anywhere”

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The electronic backlist

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The Number 1
roadside rhyme in America is….

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Robert Wells’ Collected Poems & Translations

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Talking with Edmund White

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Queer writing in surreal space

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The era of email is over!

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Charles Bernstein:
Futurist Manifestos

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A blast from the past

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Bruce Sterling:
“design has more to offer fiction
at the moment
than literature has to offer design”

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Talking with Meena Kandasamy

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Cheever’s demons

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Albert Huffstickler’s Soul Gallery,
now an e-book

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The History of English Poetry

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4 reviews by
Susanna Childress

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The last poet to win the Nobel Prize

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Walter de la Mare
through fresh eyes

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Carol Muske-Dukes:
3 quietists

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Faber New Poets

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Rawi Hage’s Cockroach

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In Hartford, CT,
Nov. 7,
Marjorie Perloff
@ the 14th Annual
Wallace Stevens Birthday Bash

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Remembering Henry Gibson

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Talking with Paul Siegell

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Back when poetry & science mixed

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Talking with Galway Kinnell

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Homage to Mistress Bradstreet

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Charles Wright’s recent books

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Talking with Renée Alberts

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Patti Tana,
Long Island Poet of the Year

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Oct. 24 & 25:
Seattle Bookfest

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The War That Killed Achilles

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Kaja Silverman
talking with Judith Butler & Anne Wagner
Berkeley, Oct. 29

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Stubborn bookstore hangs on

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Modern = not ugly

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Aronowitz & Bernstein’s Girldrive

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Dylan’s defiance

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The autobiography of Ralph Stanley

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Decoding music

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Auggie Kleinzahler
on the new Monk bio

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Corn flakes with John Lennon
(Part 2)

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Willem Defoe is Richard Foreman’s
Idiot Savant

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If only they’d known
Polanski owned
a chalet
in Switzerland
declare the Swiss….

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The Tate caves

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Suzanne Fiol has passed

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Talking with Maurice Sendak,
Dave Eggers & Spike Jonze

Eggers, mucking up Sendak

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Nothing doesn’t exist
(micro-sculpture)

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What is an Andy Warhol?

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What to see in London

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Damien Hirst’s latest work

Hirst’s “blue period”

A slide show of the new paintings

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Man Ray, African art & the modernist lens

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Jeanne Suspuglas’ Home

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Robert Bergman at the National Gallery

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1,250 Nazi garden gnomes

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But what’s with the black face photo shoot?

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Play this article to the tune of
Bruce Springsteen’s “My Home Town

Cleaning up is hard to do

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