Tuesday, December 29, 2009

 

Marianne Moore:
the gate-keeper

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Rachel Blau DuPlessis on Lorine Niedecker

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Gender, poetry, innovation

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Chinese poet goes on trial

11 years for advocating freedom of speech

Poems of Liu Xiaobo

PEN’s Liu Xiaobo resource page

Freedom of expression in China

Take action NOW!

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Talking with Dick Higgins

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Remembering Dennis Brutus

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Talking with Rebecca Loudon

John Bloomberg-Rissman reviews 2 books by Loudon

Loudon reviews Goransson’s Berg

Gabriel Lovatt on Aase Berg

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Le Guin quits Authors Guild
over Google deal

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Camille Martin
on Maxine Chernoff’s Todorov

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Renee Gladman, reading

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Stuart Z. Perkoff:
Love is the Silence

A collection of rare LA poetry publications
(Part 1) (Part 2)

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How to kill the e-book --
let people try to use them

Hackers crack Kindle © protection

e-book sales skyrocket,
book sales up generally

Here come the vooks

80% of publishers concede
that e-books should be cheaper
than hard copy

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David Highsmith’s Your Wilderness & Mine

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Talking with Kenward Elmslie

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Adam Schatz on Orhan Pamuk

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Jules Boykoff & Kaia Sand’s
Landscapes of Dissent:
Guerilla Poetry & Public Space

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Lydia Davis
on the tragedy of Christmas

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Alberto Manguel’s
The Library at Night
(reg. req.)

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Jack Spicer’s Book of Magazine Verse:
imitation not intended as flattery

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Brad Flis reads

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Talking with Daisy Fried

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Cage match of Canadian poetry:
everybody loses

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When authors attack reviews

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Geoffrey Gatza’s Housecat Kung Fu:
Strange Poems for Wild Children

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Talking with Don Share

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Rodrigo Toscano’s Collapsible Poetics Theater

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Talking with Stephen Burt

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Gertrude Stein 100th birthday concert (1974)

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Ellen Baxt’s
Analfabeto / An Alphabet

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Albert Mobilio reads

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Talking with Catherine Daly

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Charles Reznikoff reads “Children

Carl Rakosi reading, 1971

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Tom Hibbard on Michael Rothenberg

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Talking with Brian Joseph Davis

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Talking with Steven Collis

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Dick of the Dead

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Talking with me

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Literature & philosophy as a way of life
Philadelphia, Dec. 29
(100 yards from the MLA Offsite)

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Soldier to poet:
an exchange

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Catherine Daly’s Identity Theft

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Christmas poems

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William Burroughs press conference

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Editing David Foster Wallace

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Poetry & Cultural Studies

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Talking with Michael Bryson

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50 of the “most inspiring” writers
in the world

Soyinka, Achebe make list

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Daniel Pritchard
sings the Quietist anthem: Standards!

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Pride & Prejudice
in emoticons

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TriQuarterly’s tough transition

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Artists & quietists in collaboration

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Literary fingerprinting reveals the obvious

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Vonnegut kids back memorial library

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Kevin Killian’s
Wow Wow Wow Wow

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Sherman Alexie’s War Dances

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China gets its first
low-res MFA

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Prophylactic” quotes

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Microsoft loses right to sell Word

&, voila, rewrites the offending code!

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Joseph Donahue’s
Terra Lucida

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First thought, worst thought

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The weather report
via Tu Fu & Kenneth Rexroth

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Hooverized Christmas greetings

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Talking with Bernard Heidsieck

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Sobin’s Char

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SPD’s 50 best-selling poetry books
for the past decade

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I’m more honored that
The Other Room
would think to include me
in a prank like this
than I would have been
had this story been true

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The most viewed blog notes on Harriet
& articles on the Poetry Foundation website
in 2009

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Tony Trehy’s best of everything for 2009

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Best selling authors of the decade
in the United Kingdom

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Most collectible books of the noughties

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Books we’ll still be reading in 2110

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10 best books that are years
(also silliest list)

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Remembering Emma Bee Bernstein

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Required reading: GirlDrive

Nona Willis Aronowitz:
Do we still need the word feminism?
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Paris Review’s
party invite
includes an answer to Nona’s question

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Anselm Berrigan’s Have a Good One

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Loren Singer has died

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The 2009 Philippine National Artists Awards controversy

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The tragedy of happiness

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Slide shows that sell books
based on their covers

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Talking with Andrew Motion

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Print magazine death toll tapers off in ‘09

Why magazines might not die

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Learn to speak Na’vi

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Slavoj Žižek:
The Sublime Object of Ideology
(reg. req.)

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Keeping the knowledge of arts alive

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Talking with Jenny Holzer

A Holzer slide show
with none of her art

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Dominique Nabokov
on Robert Frank’s Americans

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Susan Sontag:
On Photography
(reg. req.)

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Barry Schwabsky
on the death of Polaroid

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Jack Hirschman talks with John Cage

Cage & Morton Feldman in conversation

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Charles Amirkhanian talks with Anthony Braxton

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Pradip Kumar Sengupta:
Foundations of Indian Musicology
(reg. req.)

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Misterioso

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The Other Minds Archive is a great resource

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Tom Clark on The Messenger

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Cate Blanchett & Blanche Dubois

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Wilton’s Music Hall
turns 150

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Galatea Resurrection # 13
has 55 reviews & several features,
a few of which are highlighed here

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