Monday, May 05, 2008

 

Frank Sherlock & Brett Evans’ Ready to Eat Individual

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Rae Armantrout’s Next Life

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10 questions for Reb Livingston

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12 or 20 questions for me

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NY Times obit for Jason Shinder

& the family obit

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The Poetry Foundation
is searching for
a director

& Harvard seeks
a poetry curator

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Self-erasing paper

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Aileen Ibardaloza on Eileen Tabios

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Remembering Vincent Ferrini

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Mark Wallace on Maryrose Larkin

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Geof Huth on a broad array of topics

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Jasper Berne’s reading list(s)

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Ginsberg & Césaire (and more)

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Greenblatt as playwright

Killing Shakespeare

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LeGuin’s Lavinia

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Talking with Jennifer Karmin

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Jake Kennedy on Andrea Baker

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Remembering Christine Lassiter

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The Original of Laura

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Assume the position

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Documenting
the Pearl River Poetry Conference (of 2005)
in the city of
Guangzhou

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Bob Hass on PBS Newshour

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So it went

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Ezra Pound’s music

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John Turturro on Beckett

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The “commie poet” in Barack Obama’s past

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Of Simic & Ashbery

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“the logic of art
on the randomness of experience

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Kent Johnson has never looked better

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Poems of the late T’ang

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Oregon opts for the dark ages

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The future of poetic satire

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Mary Karr on Yoruba poetics

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It’s a Small World

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This week’s death-of-a-bookstore
is the last indie
in the Paso Robles area

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Another way to kill book sales

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The ultimate literary product placement

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Letting the “death poet” be your judge

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Louis Daniel Brodsky, still wandering

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A “poetry swap” at the country store

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Southern Swagger

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Break every law

There are no rules

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A laureate reads in Rochester

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Translating Gulzar into English

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She writes, she knits, she yodels”

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Poetry & diversity in Newburyport

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The power of thinking

& also

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Save the oldest gallery in the world!

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The Ontario Review ceases publication

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Banksy underground

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The fine folk art of screen painting

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Ruth Asawa’s wire sculptures

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Suit settled over destroyed mural

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The latest threat to sculpture

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Not a fan of the New Museum

Nor here either

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The Garden of Cosmic Speculation

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What killed classical music?

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Lesbian homophobes?

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