Monday, October 12, 2009

 

Robert Kelly
talks to Phong Bui,
David Levi Strauss & John Yau

An even longer interview
from The Modern Review

RK-ology

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Tonya Foster on Adfempo

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This is what a (Pro)Feminist [Man Poet] looks like

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More than half of primary school teachers
are unable to name 3 poets

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Charles Olson:
Language as Physical Fact
(panel, exhibition, reading
with Tenney Nathanson, Cole Swensen,
Steve McCaffery, Charles Alexander,
Anne Waldman & Barbara Henning)

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Régis Bonvicino:
“The Improbable Poetry of the Americas”

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Fernando Pessoa:
From a Notebook That Never Was

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Remembering Will Inman

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Raymond Roussel’s (New) Africa

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Herta Müller
on winning the Nobel prize

Why Müller matters

An excerpt from The Passport

A photo gallery

The prize
that likes to surprise

The prize has become
too Eurocentric

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Andrew Levy:
Nothing is in Here

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Daisy Fried on Michael Hoffman

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John Ashbery:
“Lost Sonnet”

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Rethinking Jean Rhys

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Whitman, Levis & $100K

Whitman’s muse: Peter Doyle

Whitman as a guide to song

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The poetry of Kate Durbin

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Kent Johnson on
The New British School

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Andrea Brady, reading

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Jack Spicer
wins a book award
(as does Linda Gregg)

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The Babbitts come out to play

Kenny Goldsmith & Mel Nichols respond

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Talking with Kevin Killian

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DuPlessis / Gass:
being pink & blue

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Pierre Joris
on Raymond Federman

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Eileen Myles:
“I think of myself as
not not a language poet”

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Lynn Behrendt’s Luminous Flux

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Michael McClure: Abstract Alchemist of Flesh

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Wystan Curnow & Lawrence Weiner

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Jeramy Dodds & George Johnston

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Jonathan Lethem:
Things my novel forgot to be about

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Nick Piombino:
from Contradicta

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Susan Howe:
Souls of the Labadie Tract,
the song

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Singing Louise Glück

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Condensaries &capacitors
in the work of
Louise Zukofsky

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Penelope Bloodworth:
“A Topological Memoir”

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Thus far this October,
Tom Clark’s blog
has been
“all Keats all the time”

His work on the Vanitas blog likewise
& even on the Dante Project

Paradox:
The Diminishing Increase
of an Author

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Poetry & cinema

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How much of Frankenstein
belongs to Percy?

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American Hybrid:
the war between purity & plurality

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Anselm Berrigan:
Is blogging writing
“in rooms full of strangers”?

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HTLit launched

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B&N may sell its own e-reader

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Poetic ecologies in Bruxelles

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Redell Olsen, reading

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A celebration of
Gertrude Stein’s Melanctha
(including Melanctha itself)
plus a piece
on Salinger & Kerouac
& much more in
Galleys

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Bill Marsh:
Composition as Exposition

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Wayne Miller, Duane Locke, Logan Ryan Smith

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Suzanne Stein’s Hole in Space

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Remembering Craig Arnold

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What is poetry?

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Sissy Spacek to play Lorine Niedecker in biopic
(well, not really, but…)

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CA Conradi’s Obituary Show

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Donald Wellman:
Field Poetics

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Seen on the London tube

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Shakespeare’s sonnets
in Morse Code

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October 23-26,
the Oslo Poetry Fest

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Alan Halsey, reading

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Brent Cunningham’s
Bird & Forest

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The continuing evolution of
the book review

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As fair a way to get
your chapbook published
as any

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Double review of Amy King

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John Yau on Michael Leong

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Metaphors are everything

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3 poems by Kimberly Lyons

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Crouching Heroine, Hidden Midriff

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Brian Turner
goes traveling

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Brenda Iijima’s Rabbit Lesson

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Eleksographia: Wave Two:
The Translation Issue

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Talking with Margaret Atwood

Another conversation

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Sergey Brin
defends Google Books

Everyone vs. Google

New date for the deal:
November 9

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Hijacking Amazon

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Kindle to cost more
outside of US

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Thomas Fink on Tom Beckett

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Tao Lin’s Shoplifting from American Apparel

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Peter Jaeger, reading

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A funeral for Eddie Poe

Haunted Poe

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Maya Angelou:
not dead yet

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Filip Marinovich on Julien Poirer

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Kent Johnson vs. Kenneth Goldsmith:
sticky lit

Why do I feel this
would make a better soundtrack?

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Sophie Robinson, reading

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630 Jane Austen fans
descend on Philadelphia

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Another round for the School of Q

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Joseph Lease’s Broken World

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The Complete Stories of JG Ballard

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LitQuake shakes things up

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Close listening aloud:
Cid Corman

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5 books for Kate Wolf
(best list of 2009!)

Kate Wolf (1942-1986)

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Sean Bonney, reading

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Is Anguish Poetry
truly homophonic?

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Captain America

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Kate Duffy has died

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Raymond Carver,
mislabled minimalist

Talking with Tess Gallagher

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Jean-Paul Sartre
on the Texas Gulf

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Talking with Lorrie Moore

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Alan Soldofsky on Kenneth Rexroth

Rexroth’s Chinese translations

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How to save the news

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What makes Johnson’s dictionary different

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Ron Charles,
deputy book editor
for the Washington Post

On the job of reviewing books

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Maggie O’Sullivan, reading

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New work from
Kurt Vonnegut

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Talking with Dana Levin

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Peter Redgrove’s
poetry of waste

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Going to court
to retrieve Kafka

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James Agee’s
use of the colon

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Delete all adjectives” – Not!

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E.L. Doctorow,
bad-ass MC

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Wot’s your favorite poem?

Eliot is still
Britain’s favorite poet

The rest of the top 10

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Is James Ellroy racist?

An excerpt from
Blood’s a Rover

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William Burroughs at Stellan Holm

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Michael Horovitz:
50 years of jazz poetry

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Where do you put
the home office?

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Hilary Mantel wins the Booker

Mantel’s
“The Heart Fails Without Warning”

Stephen Greenblatt on Mantel’s Cromwell

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Michael Dickman’s The End of the West

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A.S. Byatt’s The Children’s Book

Fiction from real lives

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The fate of Knut Hamsen

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Here comes the Donne

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Dan Brown pirate copies
flood the net

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2 reviews by Nate Klug

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Harvard gets Updike archive

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Don Paterson wins
Forward Prize
over Olds & Maxwell

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4 poems by Vincent Katz

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Nonsense makes you smarter

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Could an album of poetry
top the charts?

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Slavoj Žižek & Billy Collins

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The sublime object of research

Wrong from the start

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Illustrating a single sentence
(Martha Colburn imagines Diana Wagman)

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Stagnetti’s Revenge
on free speech
at the U. of Maryland

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Archie, Betty, Veronica
& Robert Frost

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There are toys
& there are writers

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Mira Schor & Jason Andrew
on Jack Tworkov

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Plans for the
New Barnes
unveiled

The Art of the Steal

Art commission approves design

Plus ça Change

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Robert Bergman,
talking with John Yau

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Irving Penn has died

Mary Panzer on Irving Penn

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Dennis Hopper’s
photos of the sixties

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The functional art of
Bruce Nauman

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Tracey Emin
threatens to quite the UK
over taxes

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Museum guards
fight to unionize

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No bail for Polanski

Lawyers meet with the DOJ

The culture of the 1970s
vs. now

Calvin Trillin has a poem

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Would Garcia Márquez film
promote pedophilia?

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Putting David Foster Wallace
on film

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Mark Lamoureux:
Merce Cunningham’s “Nearly Ninety”

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Gary Peters on
The Philosophy of Improvisation

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Talking with Bonnie Raitt

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This year’s
New Song finalists

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Art Lange on Von Freeman

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One of the first great jazz drummers,
Sam Woodyard

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Amiri Baraka:
“Jazz and the White Critic” Thirty Years Later

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Leonard Cohen now

A great documentary on Cohen

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Rockpile

Rockpile on the road

November 1,
The Rockpile Journals
in Bethesda, MD

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Freddy Robinson has died

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Sellouts for the
band without a name

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The most popular composer in America
in the 1940s was
Bohuslav Martinu

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George Gershwin
gettin’ them good vibrations

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Showcase: Southside Blues

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Surrealism & Paris

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The clown is down

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Only known video
of Anne Frank

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A salute to Opened’s
Vimeo channel

from whence
many of the video links
have come!

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This only scratches
the surface
of what’s wonderful in
Eoagh 5

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