Saturday, April 17, 2010

 

Ed Sanders reads/sings
Charles Olson' "Maximus from Dogtown I"
thanks to Pierre Joris

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Friday, April 16, 2010

 

Rae Armantrout,
California poet, national recognition

California poet “stunned

“…and then boom, she gets a phone call…”

Not on my radar

Little thought-bombs

the ability / to revise / what I’m waiting for

Armantrout quoted on All Things Considered
(about 2:20 into this 3-minute clip)

Quintessentially female

“I was expecting Armantrout’s poetry
to be very inaccessible…”

It’s a Pulitzer for Armantout

Big win” for UCSD’s Armantrout

Who is Rae Armantrout?

16 minutes of Versed
from the 92nd Street Y

A good day for poetry

American haiku

Rae’s St. Marks’ playlist

A translation into Turkish

Women & the Pulitzer: the odds

Lucia Perillo was a poetry finalist

The Letters, Drama & Music jurors
for the 2010 Pulitzer Prizes

Much drama over the drama prize

Pulitzer drama award “blew it”

Did Pulitzer committee “sell out?”

How the drama vote went down

Bellevue Hospital
publishes Pulitzer novel

A tale of Paul Harding’s Tinkers

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Thursday, April 15, 2010

 



Carolyn M. Rodgers

1941 2010

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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

 

Franz Kamin

1941 2010

 

James Brody

1941
2010

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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

 

Photo courtesy of Jacket

A staged reading of
Bob Perelman's The Alps
produced by
Sarah Arkebauer & Michelle Taransky
will be performed today,
6:00 PM in the Arts Café
@ Kelly Writers House, Philadelphia

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Jacket 39’s Bob Perelman feature
edited by Kristen Gallagher

Kristen Gallagher:
Introduction

Bob Perelman:
Biographical Note

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Monday, April 12, 2010

 

Rae Armantrout
has won the Pulitzer Prize
for Versed

Happy Birthday, Rae!

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A video on the aftermath of the bombing of Iraq’s literary marketplace
& the responses to it (mostly in Farsi)

Madhubuti forced out at Chicago State

The finalists in Million Poets

Hissa Hilal finishes third in Million Poets competition,
comes away with just $817,000

Person of the Week: Hissa Hilal

Not everyone is impressed with Hissa Hilal

One-word lines in the work of Larry Eigner

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Sunday, April 11, 2010

 

Brent Green

Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then

Andrew Edlin Gallery
134 Tenth Avenue, New York, NY

April 17 – June 5

Watch the video

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