Friday, March 12, 2010


The winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award
is Rae Armantrout

Harryette Mullen:
finding where the bodies are buried

Harryette in Portuguese

Women who blog

Laura Hinton
on women in academe

The gender wage gap
around the world

Marjorie Perloff
curates the Ubuweb top ten for March

The (conceptual) pleasures of the (conceptual) text

“the greatest French poet of the Twentieth Century”

Translation as kitsch

Aram Saroyan:
in praise of little books

Aram Saroyon on Richard Avedon

Joshua Corey’s American Avant-Pastoral

The Collected Poems of Larry Eigner

Al Filreis:
Cold-War Interpretation

Zygmunt Bauman:
Languages of power & powerlessness

A profile of D.A. Powell

How to be famous

March 28 in Philadelphia:
a benefit reading for Molly’s Bookstore

The “oldest writing” on 60,000-year-old egg shells?

Talking with Tom Clark

Conceptual poetry goes high concept

Kay Ryan:
stealthy insights amid short phrases

The “other author” of Don Quixote

NY’s Small & Indie Press Book Fair
as seen from LA

The later poems of Stanley Kunitz

How do you decide what books to buy?

The London Word Festival is under way

Recounting David Alpaugh’s “new math”

Carol Dorf on prose poems & gender

Paris Review tries a new editor

Early Vonnegut

James Wood,
talking on David Foster Wallace

Pretty much every library book sale
in the country, in a searchable database

Alphabets of books

The recent adventures of Mark Twain

Not only does Jon Frankel
argue against knowing what you’re doing,
but he demonstrates the alternative

Novels about $$

Kingsolver’s Lacuna

Lewis Carroll, pedophile?

The case for reality

A profile of Clive James

A feminist Texican reads GirlDrive

Feminist free association

The problem with facts

A travel blog for poets

Nowhere Mag


Who killed Caravaggio?

Art in Western Massachusetts

The Hong Kong Artwalk
on St. Paddy’s Day

Subscribable art @ Space 1026

Peter Schjeldahl on Dakkis Joannou et al

Daniel Arsham
between art, architecture & performance

The Artes Mundi shortlist

DIY theater

Remembering Mark Linkous

Which city are you?

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