Tuesday, November 03, 2009

 

C.A. Conrad & Dale Smith
discuss Ed Dorn, AIDS & community

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Kenny G:
seeking to define
“queer voice” in art

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Rae Armantrout’s
reading at Kelly Writers House
Oct. 22, 2009

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5 translations of Rimbaud’s “Voyelles”
all by Christian Bök

Gaga for Eunoia

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2 translations of Creeley’s “I Know a Man”

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Jena Osman, Craig Watson, Michael Gizzi
reading @ the Chapterhouse Café

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Kit Robinson
reading at Xavier University

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Ben Friedlander responds
to my post on his comments
re Marianne Moore

A third perspective,
this one with reference to music

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An account of
the &Now Conference

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Relevance & poetry

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Barbara Jane Reyes
on indie publishing
(part one) (part two)

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A poetry marathon in London

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6 translations of Hans Carl Artmann
all by Rosmarie Waldrop

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Charles Alexander’s “Pushing Water”

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Jordan Scott
on the poetics of stammer

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Robert Grenier
talks at Naropa, 1992:
“Drawing from Nature”

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Chalk Editions,
publishing experimentalist e-books since July
(12 to date, some fairly hefty)

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Tony Trehy
on the reading as
a test installation

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October is the cruelest month

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Deconstructing moi

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Analyze your text

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Objections to Google book scans
from the Chinese Writers Association

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Talking with Kent Johnson

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How Ashbery writes

The Winemakers

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Penn Kemp’s ear

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Poetry is better for your brain
than prose (duh!)

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Talking with Justin Marks

A less rumpled version of Justin
at the Tusculum Review

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A trick question for Raymond Carver

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David Buuck
on EconVergence

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Juliana Spahr
at Temple,
Thursday, November 5

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Literature by the tweet

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The 100 “greatest” writers of all time

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Granger’s Index to Poetry

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Cuba gives Hemingway’s papers
to the JFK

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Yet another author’s heirs
fight over the estate

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Who owns the comments stream?

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The PennSound Anthology
of Restoration & 18th-Century Verse

PennSound Classics

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LRB turns 30

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A ceiling collapse
at Emily Dickinson’s house

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The Collected Stories of Lydia Davis

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Misappropriating poetry

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Fielding Dawson’s
A Great Day for a Ballgame

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How to write language poetry

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Reading Aerial 8: Barrett Watten

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November 12 @
Columbia School for the Arts:
C.D. Wright:
Concerning Why Poetry
Offers A Better Deal
Than The World's Biggest Retailer

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Why Brian Fawcett quit writing poetry

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Arnie’s acrostic

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Why save dying languages?

The “universality” of English

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Why save indie bookshops?

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Is this literary history?

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Where are poetry’s prodigies?

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What is more “unwriterly”
than a poet’s blog?

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A “rebound series”
for out-of-print chapbooks

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Top 10 ghost-written books

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Zombies, the classics & you

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Summer with Empson

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Talking with Karen Lillis

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The white bookcase

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Talking with Jayne Anne Phillips

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Orhan Pamuk’s Lolita

Love as a relic, frozen in amber

Secret love

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FBI “kills” VS Naipaul

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Duo Duo
wins top Oklahoma prize

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NDiaye wins the Goncourt

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The Good Writing Awards
categories for fiction, even instruction manuels,
but none for poetry

What is “good writing”?

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Something’s amiss with Amis

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The book that changed your life

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“As prose,
these lines are awkward and squeamish

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The Poetry of Birds

& of the moon

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Business & poetry

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Adam Kirsch
on the author of the book
that, next to the Bible,
has “most influenced” Americans

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Keats-Shelley Prize
goes to
DH Maitreyabandhu

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Roth steps up his Nobel campaign

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A profile of William T. Vollmann

The author was packing heat

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“It is startling to recall
that Larkin died
less than 25 years ago”

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Alan Bennett,
on writing a play about Auden

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James Wright’s “Milkweed”

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Hopkins: the odd man out

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Frank Kermode on the authorized Golding bio

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Complaints about women
writing misogynist fiction

are a “red herring”

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Southern Review
cuts back

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My God, the Suburbs!”

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Newspaper circulation is crashing

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The news of our demise
is premature,
warns The National Post

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Profs suspended at Southwestern
may be charged

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Hopeless at Hope College

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Elle Magazine on Girldrive

Elline Lipkin on Girldrive

The women of Girldrive

Talking with Nona Willis Aronowitiz

Paradise Lost

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Shock & Awe:
Futurism goes to war

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Oron Catts’ bio-artwork

Bio-Poetics workshop
November 15
@ Woodland Pattern

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Matthew Timmons’
Credit

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The Museum of Death

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Talking with Curt Worden

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John Ashbery on Jane Freilicher

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Hans Ulrich Obrist:
more connections between painting & poetry

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Lawrence Ferlinghetti,
as fine at painting
as he is at poetry

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Talking with David Hockney

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Rosenquist on Rosenquist

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The colorist

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Liu Bolin: the invisible man

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Art market bargains

One market where Lehman is hot

Slide show

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Experimental typography showcases

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The marvels of cathedrals

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Here comes
Ice House Detroit

Art from abandoned housing

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van Gogh’s letters

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Lawrence Halprin has died

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NY Times obit for
Maryanne Amacher

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Litrock songs
(great website!)

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No direction home

Bob Dylan’s secrets of aging

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Norton Buffalo has died

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Update on state arts funding
in Pennsylvania
from Andy Dinniman

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A need for narrative

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& thanks for all the fish

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