Saturday, August 21, 2010

 

Edwin Morgan

1920
2010

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Friday, August 20, 2010

 

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Thursday, August 19, 2010

 

Rachel & Charles
that last line was written by Lew Welch

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

 

What Khlebnikov means

Robert Grenier on Robert Creeley

Talking with Ana Božičević

Ange Mlinko’s Shoulder Season

The first form of
voice recognition software
was women

Vanessa Place’s
Tragodía – 1: Statement of Facts

Flarf may have Belarus
but Conceptualism claims Finland

Tweeting Gone with the Wind

Vote for Rae Armantrout
in Library of Congress’
“favorite author” poll

A KickStarter page for
Robert Kelly’s Oedipus After Colonus

Mamet’s doctrine

Talking with Chimalum Nwankwo

Reading The New Sentence

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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

 

Stephen Ratcliffe’s human/nature

With June Watanabe (dancer) & Mardi Horowitz (painter)

Sight & Insight Gallery, Mill Valley
7-11-2004

On Stephen Ratcliffe

Complete text

 

Temporality

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Monday, August 16, 2010

 


Calling Molly Ringwald: a brat pack for our time

I will be curious to see if Scott Pilgrim vs. the World can get beyond the curse of a disappointing opening weekend to build on word-of-mouth – its rating on Rotten Tomatoes is a solid 80%, 8.0 on IMDB’s 1-to-10 rating scale – or whether the film will capsize under its very own strengths.

If the filmmakers want to know why the picture tanked on its first weekend, all they have to do is to check the demographics of their receipts – there could not have been more than 3 women in the (mostly empty) theater where I saw the film, and the IMDB ratings Saturday night were as follows:

Being the internet, all IMDB stats skew male – 60% of the ratings for Sex and the City were from guys – but these numbers border on 86%. This suggests a gender disturbance in the force, so to speak, which may seem odd to somebody who doesn’t know the comics on which this film was based, given that it’s about a sensitive guy who has to learn to trust his feelings, with two strong female characters (Mary Elizabeth Winstead & Ellen Wong) playing against Michael Cera’s oh-so-vulnerable title role.

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Sunday, August 15, 2010

 

Flarf goes to Belarus

“Reading” Pushkin’s
A Magic Moment

one phrase at a time
through Google

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