Monday, October 05, 2009

 

Reb Livingston offers an account of my talk

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Nada Gordon on Adfempo
(part 1) (part 2) (part 3)

Michelle Naka Pierce:
Adfempo constellations

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Nathalie Anderson on Teresa Leo

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Amiri Baraka turns 75

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Eunoia,
the upgrade

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Curtis Faville on
A Controversy of Poets

Brandon Brown:
describing traditions apophatically

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Harryette Mullen:
meaning & wordplay

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Talking with Celia Rabinovitch

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Sina Queyras on reading styles

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Close Listening with Aldon Lynn Nielsen:
Talking with Charles Bernstein
& reading his poetry

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3 classic texts by Peter Seaton:
Agreement
Crisis Intervention
The Son Master

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Ish Klein’s Union!

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Talking with Ilyas Tunς

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Jose Antonio Muñoz Rojas has died

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Sarah Wright has died

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Wayne Brown & Trevor Rhone
die on the same day

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Scene report:
the (New) Reading Series
at 21 Grand
in Oaklad

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Judith Butler’s
“Performative Acts & Gender Constitution”
(reg. req.)

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Jennifer Kamin & Bernadette Mayer

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Tao Lin
interviews
one of the two people
who showed up for his reading
in Petaluma

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Jordan Davis’ “Narragansett”
in The Nation
(sub may be required)

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Erasing Mallarmé:
Michalis Pichler’s
A Throw of the Dice,
the laser version

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Tuesday, October 6,
a huge benefit reading
at The Foundary in London
to benefit a playground
at the Aida Refugee Camp
in Palesine

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Talking with Mariela Griffor

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Charlie Potts reading

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Profits from fiction?

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What to do with an MFA?

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Talking with Kay Ryan

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What says Gandhi better than
a $23,000 fountain pen?

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Zombieland?
Dead authors, new books

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Talking with John M. Bennett
(just the first of 11!)

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Steve Evans’ Attention Span 2009
has reached the halfway mark

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William Burroughs & Brion Gysin
The Third Mind
(reg. req.)

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Matt Bell’s The Collectors

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Talking with E.L. Doctorow

Doctorow shills for a book machine

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The book thief

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Thursday is National Poetry Day
in the UK

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October 14 in Lyon,
Barrett Watten

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Talking with Carol Ann Duffy

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Atwood shows
that friends can be
the biggest critics

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Joel Nelson
on cowboy poetry

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Origami poems

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Overthrowing the King-of-Hay

Ten best used bookshops in the UK

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In praise of Eliot Weinberger

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Giorgio Agamben:
“What is the Contemporary?”
(reg. req.)

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Philip Pullman’s distinction –
author most likely to be banned

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Banned in China =
best seller in Hong Kong

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Poetry in Times Square

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Squirrel poems

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Charles Wright: “Ho hum”
(Can an eel poem
be a squirrel poem too?)

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Linda Gregg
wins the Lenore Marshall prize

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The German book prize shortlist
(with English translations)

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Gay penguin parents
top best-seller list

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Dionne Brand
is Toronto’s new poet laureate

In Maryland,
it’s Stanley Plumly

Beltway Poetry Quarterly:
the Laureate issue

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Talking with Ruth Brandon

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Robert Bly
bringing it all back home

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Relational aesthetics: relational form
(reg. req.)

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Before Kent Johnson thought to copy
Kenny Goldsmith’s Day
Charles Bernstein had published
all of Weathers on his blog

Kent’s response
to Charles the First

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Kent Johnson:
the trouble with flarf…

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Ye Chun’s Travel Over Water

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Wednesday, October 7, at St. Marks,
Naked Lunch @ 50

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PEN announces its literary awards

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Where book bans were attempted, 2008

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From books to vooks

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Between hardbacks & e-books

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Going to Cold Mountain

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Talking with Thomas Lux

Lux’s God Particles

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A guide to the Booker shortlist

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Can Google Wave transform journalism

Google & the history of ©

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Will books be “Napsterized”?

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Amazon clarifies
what it’s willing to delete
from your Kindle

Kindle comes to Europe

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Sony open eBook up
to self-publishers

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A Harvard Skirmish in the © wars

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Janet Sobel, Jackson Pollock
& the problems of ©
(reg. req.)

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The Future of Publishing Think Tank

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The state of the English Department

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A new Moby Dick

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Maxine Kumin’s Still to Mow

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Fighting over the Kafka archive

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Paul Laurence Dunbar’s “Sympathy”

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Auden’s call to arms:
Spain & psychoanalysis

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Robert Pinsky
doesn’t plan his readings

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Top ten literary tatts

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Drew Barrymore’s
“Ten Best Books” includes
Valley of the Dolls

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The Yeats Industry

Marriage counseling from ghosts

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A memoir of Taiwan literature

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Love’s Labor Won
& other mysteries

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James Wood on A.S. Byatt

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The Poets’ House
opening bash

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The Massachusetts Poetry Festival,
October 15-18

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Dodge fest proposes 2010 resurrection
aimed at Newark

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Talking with Ted Kooser

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The sidewalk poet

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Bush aide tell-all:
no prize for Rowling
over witchcraft

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Keats in Omaha

John Keats = Michael Stipes?

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A quiz on Frederick Seidel & Susan Wheeler

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Adam Foulds @ 34

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Edmund White’s City Boy

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Ratmansky takes Manhattan

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Notes toward an embodied art

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Alain Badiou:
“Some Remarks on Marcel Duchamp
(reg. req.)

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Artwood

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What is an Andy Warhol?

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The return of Berkeley Breathed

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David Hockney
drawing with an iPhone

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Henry Hopkins has died

Hopkins & the lost Ruscha

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Bridget Riley:
“Drawing is an inquiry”

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Willard Wigan’s nanosculpture

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SF MoMA
prepares to get big

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Kenneth Baker on Henry Hopkins

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Flogging a dead horse

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The cops curate the Tate

Naked police power

Leaving the commentary to us

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Why Polanski now?

Should Polanski be above the law?

Steve Lopez
on the grand jury transcripts

An arrest that is overdue

Justice for Polanski?

Director faces weeks in jail
prior to extradition hearing

Cheers & jeers at belated bust

Polanski team adds a power player

Can the defense keep Polanski
out of prison?

A curious twist turns up
to an old tale

An international Rorschach test

“Genius and young flesh

Polanski’s settlement was $500,000

Cokie Roberts:
“Just take him out and shoot him”

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Clowns in space

Guy Laliberte reaches the space station

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Ridin’ the rails
with Dave Alvin & the Flatlanders

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Thom Yorke + Flea = ?

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Remembering Mike Seeger

The Beth Lomax Hawes
NEA National Heritage Fellowship

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Colin McPhee, the opera

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Celebrating Queen Ida

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The schedule for
the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival
is awe inspiring

And looking for 50 pianists!

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5 questions for Tim Gunn

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In Paris,
a Guy Bourdin retrospective

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Talking with NaOyuki Ogino

NaOyuki Ogino’s website

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Destroying La Ronda

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Architect David Adjaye:
“I always battle my clients”

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Manuel Castells essay collection
(reg. req.)

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Perry Anderson essay collection
(reg. req.)

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Capitalism’s wide reach

Naomi Klein talks with Michael Moore

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