Tuesday, November 10, 2009

 

Photo by David Highsmith

A polished apple for David Melnick

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Secret © treaty leaks – & it’s bad

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Murdoch’s plan:
block Google search

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What’s going on in Russian poetry?

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Bolaño, Inc.

Not a rebel

Bolaño for beginners

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My original 1979 talk on The New Sentence,
all 3 hours & 4 minutes of it,
or divided into two 90-minute sessions
(part one) (part two)

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Lydia Davis & Jonathan Lethem
in Philly, Nov. 12

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Keith Waldrop reading
& in conversation
with Charles Bernstein

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Bay Area Lit Scene:
Books & Bookshelves

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Ange Mlinko: linguistic currency

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& who’s offended by Anne Frank?

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Rodrigo Toscano
on the financial meltdown, the bailout & poetics

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Close listening aloud:
Alice Notley

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The Nook takes off

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Seattle bookstores
go in for Espresso
(the book machine, that is)

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Robert Kelly:
The Will of Achilles

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Georg Trakl & James Wright

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Nov. 14:
Stanza’s virtual vispo festival
will be online

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The beauty of Black Sparrow

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Paul Evans’ The Door of Taldir

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Bob Grenier at Kelly Writers House
October 27
Audio / Video

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The poetry of Juliana Spahr

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Ed Ruscha’s On the Road

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The Bone Church,”
a poem by Stephen King
in an unusual venue for poetry

But it’s uptown for his fiction

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Marjorie Perloff
Nov. 12 in NYC
on Wittgenstein’s Voice

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The Stokes-Whibley Natural Index of
Supernatural Collective Nouns

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Ann Lauterbach: 2 poems

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Talking with 109 authors
(rob mclennan’s
12 or 20 questions, second series)

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Publishers Weekly
very male “top ten” list

The list in question

Oh yeah?!?

Great Books by Women Writers in 2009
includes 63 books poetry!!

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The futurisms of American poetry

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Miami Book Fair cuts poetry

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Babies “cry in mother’s tongue”

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John Ashbery:
The blather is profound
& beautifully formed

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Arkansas novelist Donald Harrington has died

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David Antin: two proverbs

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Philip Levine & Hank Lazer

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Keats speaks

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The Project for Innovative Poetry (PIP)
index

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Kristen Wiig
reading the early poems of
Suzanne Somers

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Great cities need great libraries

A library success story

Libraries – where the action is

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What is narrative in poetry?

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$455,000 for Byron’s
letters to Hodgson

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The Poetry Hotel

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The future arrives this week at Yale

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A profile of Gary Lawless

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Chris Pusateri on Peter Jaeger

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Charles Bernstein recommends books by
Sarah Dowling, Joel Bettridge & Norman Fischer

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The firm behind
all the e-readers

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Sherman Alexie
@ the Free Library of Philadelphia

Talking with Alexie

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Talking with Benjamin Harrell

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Talking with Colson Whitehead

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Poe in context in Texas

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Two poems by David Lehman

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Public libraries & the internet

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Radio still has the broadest reach

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Poetic Arts Performance Project
audio archives

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Bram Stoker’s pal, Walt Whitman

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The Governor General’s shortlist

The Quebec Writers’ Federation shortlist

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A real scribe

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Megan Burns on Summer Brenner’s I-5

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Proust can change your life

Many madeleines later

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The Proust Questionnaire Portraits

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Nov. 16 in Paris:
Jerry Rothenberg & Jean-Pierre Faye

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Poetry blog battle
“to the death”

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The poetry of Abu Nuwas

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“the most unjustly forgotten poet
of the 20th century”

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How to publish a literary journal

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International Poetry Nights
in Hong Kong
Nov. 26-29

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Poets & Writers MFA program rankings

Why people don’t like them

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Talking with Cory Doctorow

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Harold Bloom on Samuel Johnson

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Talking with Paul Muldoon

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Slow Motion Hiroshima

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No place like Holmes

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A new translation of The Tin Drum

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Dean Young’s intentions

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Allison Benis White:
Self-Portrait with Crayon

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Nicholson Baker
reading in Philly

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Black Face & the Poetry Foundation?

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The book thief

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Caducity in life

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The prosody of Richard Powers

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The Huntington inherits
Octavia Butler’s papers

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Saving the papers of Siegfried Sassoon, maybe

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Poetry, music & the spoken word
at the White House

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Sestina: “Terminal Étude

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Mary Karr,
playing Anne Sexton writ small

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The future of journalism

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A new volume of Eliot’s letters

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Talking with Gore Vidal

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Rick Marlatt on Charlie Simic

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The Impac long list

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Reading Louis Zukofsky

& here

Considering the Big Picture

LZ & the hidden dangers of haiku

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Barbara Kingsolver’s Lacuna

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Lauren Bans is my rival

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Barnes’ Maupassant

Complicity

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Paul Auster’s Invisible

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David Kirby on Amy Gerstler

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The braggart of Oz

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Talking with Annie Freud

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Gerald Stern, force of nature

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Marion Ettlinger’s author photos

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Talking with James Ellroy

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Yet another set of literary awards

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Francis Bacon, Rob Halpern

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Following the road to the Nambikwara

A Claude Lévi-Strauss gallery

Sontag’s Lévi-Strauss

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Strucuralist villanelle

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Talking with Philip Roth

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Bennett’s Auden, Auden’s Bennett

Bennett’s Gielgud

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Elie Wiesel speaking at a John Haggee event

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Federal stimulus for the arts?
No cause for nostalgia

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Classic art, classic porn

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The other side of feminism

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New paintings by Susan Bee

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Discounts for
Richard Foreman’s Idiot Savant
with Willem Dafoe

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Steve Benson:
Views of Communist China (1977)

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Tan Lin’s Chalk Playground

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3 Backyards

The video

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Talking with Peter Blegvad

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The Red Book Dialogues
at the
Rubin Museum of Art

Jung’s vispo

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Tom Clark:
Thinking about George Schneeman

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Mary Ann Caws:
Surrealist Painters and Poets

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Jenny Diski on Roman Polanski

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Yoko Ono:
Imagine Peace

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Peter Whitson Warren
has died

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LA Times obit for Nancy Spero

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Baryshnikov & Ana Laguna
in Santa Monica

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Lets gentrify Florence

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Josh Harris:
Warhol of the Web

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Steampunk

With good reviews

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Dominic McIver Lopes:
A Philosophy of Computer Art

Talking with Lopes

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Avant-Guide to NYC

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Yacov Gabay:
Interiors & Jerusalem

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Women of the Bauhaus

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Art, architecture & anxiety

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Urbanism: Master Plans

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AG3:
The Third International
Arakawa & Gins
Architecture & Philosophy
Conference

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On John Cage’s Silence

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Living Electronic Music

Electronic & Experimental Music

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Tom Waits is the devil

Tom Waits podcast

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Even the birds are chained to the sky

“He makes William Shakespeare
look like Billy Joel”

Hark! The Herald Dylan Sings

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Taylor Mitchell has died

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Thelonious Monk

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The Tao of Wu

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100 most outrageous quotes in music

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Ward Sutton’s cartoon history
of Bruce Springstein

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Bay Area Punk

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How preserve modern dance?

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Minima Moralia
(When I started blogging,
this was my model)

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Special thanks to Don Wentworth
for lots of these links
& to Lynn Behrendt for updating
the 1,200 names on the blogroll

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