Wednesday, November 21, 2007

 

Julian Brolaski
on
Stacy Szymaszek’s
queer poetics

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Reginald Shepherd
on John Ashbery’s
Some Trees

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America
has stopped reading

But Amazon
tries to
invent a better book

Nonsense, say Forbes,
the real competition
for reading
is the web

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GASP!
William Shakespeare’s works
were really written by…
William Shakespeare!

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Language Poetry & the Body:
the complete panel
(Maria Damon, Steve Benson,
Leslie Scalapino & Bruce Andrews,
moderated by Tim Peterson
& Erica Kaufman)

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Pound’s language

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I am “out of fashion
(actually, he gets what I’m trying to do,
but mostly isn’t interested)

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The ghost-writer
of
Akron

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Keith & Rosmarie Waldrop
in
St. Petersburg, FL

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Auctioning China’s
contemporary poetry archives

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J.H. Prynne
on
Ken Edwards’ novel
Futures

Plus an excerpt
from Edwards’
latest novel

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The Marin Independent Journal
on the suicide of
Landis Everson

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Charles Alexander
reading
Creeley whole

§

A peek at
Beedle the Bard

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Barrett Watten on
the radical particular:
critical regionalism
vs. globalization

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Readers’ reports:
an assassin’s list
for contemporary books

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How
War and Peace
works

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A column on academic presses
in the daily paper?


The first one

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Tenney Nathanson
on
the poetics of
Leslie Scalapino

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The Bad Poets Society

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Covering Norman Mailer
or not
in
Columbus, Ohio

Rethinking his place
in
The LA Times

§

Matthew Sweeney
makes the test

Each mooed to each

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A new
Aeneid

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Michael Gottlieb
on
Lydia Davis
Proust

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Contemporary poetics
for a whole new century

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Even more dismal
than the Costa Book Award shortlist
is the roster of judges
who turn up year after year

An oft-rejected novel
makes the list

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Like playing tunes
out of your armpit

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Two North Carolina poets

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Robert Pinsky
celebrating
a fatty, artery clogging
slice of sentimentality
from Mark Strand

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Angela Veronica Wong
in between

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A Queen’s Medal
for
a noisy Quietist

& the Royal Society
honors
Peter Porter

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The trouble with
Janet Malcolm’s
Stein & Toklas

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A poet’s portrait
with a rare history

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Alan Davies
on
Roberto Harrison

& on
Norman Fischer

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Canadian book prices
start to fall

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The lone poet
on
Florida State’s
football team

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James Emanuel,
neglectorino
in his own time

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A little Edith Wharton mystery
appears to solve itself

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The dynamics
of web-based
social networks

§

Lawrence Weiner’s
word art

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About Looking

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Loving Picasso’s biography

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Hélio Oiticica

§

Surfer dude
stuns physics

An Exceptionally Simple
Theory of Everything
(PDF)

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Gutting
The San Jose Mercury News

§

Do newspapers favor
the striking screenwriters?

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The first film postponed by the strike
is Dan Brown’s
Da Vinci Code prequel

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Whose culture is it?

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Vaclav Havel
returns to theater

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Stephen Paul Miller
on
Radiohead

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The Bob Dylan
camouflage military hat

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Special thanks
to
E O A G H
for so much
wonderfulness

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