Thursday, April 23, 2009


Murinsel, by Vito Acconci, Graz,Austria



Poetry & Architecture:

Vito Acconci, Benjamin Aranda & Robert Kocik

@ Segue April 25



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More flarf vs. conceptual

videos



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Mark Wallace,

poetry ideologue



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Terms vs. touchstones



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Talking some more with

Kit Robinson



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Jonathan Williams

reading & interview

(available for only a short time)



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Simon Pettet’s Hearth



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Tonight in Chicago,

the “Next Objectivists”

on Francis Ponge



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Bernstein’s futurism



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In defense of the post-avant



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Kent Johnson after Auschwitz



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Free Verse:

The Collaborative Artists’ Book



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Fanny Howe’s “The Hut”



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Blurbing Disparate Magnets



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A quirky history of poetry



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Talking with Jennifer Moxley



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Digital archives that disappear



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The small press symposium in Buffalo



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It’s not Quietists vs. post-avants,

but oral vs. visual poetry



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Giving Quietism “too much credit



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Copper Canyon gets a two-fer

in the Pulitzers



Talking with W.S. Merwin



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Some political satire

(i.e. this is not “true”)



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“In…Ron Silliman’s best poems,

I see something human”



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Another review of

Polis is This



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Two “new” poems by Issa



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Poe reader



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Joshua Ware

on Stein & Deleuze



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From Stein & Zukofsky

to Alan Ayckbourn

on the relation of form & content



the
Joyce Carol Oates

of British theater



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A short profile of

rob mclennan



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Taha Muhammad Ali

on Radio Times (MP3)



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Getting vertigo over lost bookstores



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Bookstores outpace the Kindle



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The e-book will change how you read



But you will never finish a book again



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Jim Powell’s poetic license



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Preserving English



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Did Beckett kill Proust?



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LA Times obit for JG Ballard



New York Times



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Forrest Gander:

“Rattlesnakes, and Poem”



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Illustrating the history of the book



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Joan Houlihan on D.A. Powell



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Optimism at the London Book Fair



& questions about e-books



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Charting Obama’s first 100 days

in poetry



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Why students don’t like poetry



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Here comes

Nabokov’s unfinished novel



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More NaPoMo questionnaires:

Anita Lahey


Matthew Tierney

Desi di Nardo



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Jack Gilbert’s

romance with loss



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Linda Gregg

awarded Jackson Prize



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Reading Heaney’s interviews



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Nathalie Handal

on PBS Newshour (MP3)



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Strunk & White at 50



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Charles Simic’s

Walt Whitman lecture

may be the last



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Quietism in Key West



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Edward Byrne

on W.S. Merwin



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Paul Siegell & Sharon Dolin



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Elizabeth Alexander in Detroit



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Yeats

is not aging well



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Talking with Jenny Holzer



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Susan Bee at A.I.R. Gallery



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Jared White on The Fleet Foxes



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Steve Reich wins a Pulitzer



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LA Times obit for Tom Kennedy



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