Thursday, April 9, 2009



Photo by Mike Kelleher



Reading Rob Fitterman



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Talking with Simon Pettet



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Talking with Major Jackson & Afaa Michael Weaver



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Tim Peterson’s intro to my reading at Segue



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Rae Armantrout’s Veil



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Close reading Creeley’s “I Know a Man”



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Juan Felipe Herrera’s Half of the World in Light



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Chelsey Minnis & Edna St. Vincent Millay



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Ken Jacobs on Rae Armantrout



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Please Plant This Book



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Matt Timmons’ Lip Service



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4 types of poetry, part 2

(“I don’t think Tony Hoagland

is a simpleton or an idiot…”)



The Poetry Rapture



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Susan Wheeler & Ron Slate



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Márquez:

“The only thing I do is write”



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Charles Bernstein

on the Joe Milford Poetry Show

(MP3)



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Billy Mills on Iain Sinclair



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Celebrating the chapbook

at CUNY

April 23-25



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Stephen Dunn’s What Goes On



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Ric Royer’s Time Machine



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Filmmaker’s & poetry



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The Steve Richmond story



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Poems for Teeth



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The physics of poetry

(the poetry of physics)



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Judging the book

by the author’s photo



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The Griffin shortlists



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Poetry &

the Library of Congress



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2 books by Ed Baker



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Bashō, Cid Corman & Dr. Johnson



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Beckett’s book



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Paul Guest’s My Index

of Slightly Horrifying Knowledge



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Nicholas Manning’s Novaless I-XXVI



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Without Usura



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David Lehman on W.H. Auden



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Granary Books

comes to the Cue Art Foundation

May 15



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The quotidian in poetry



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When readers identify

with the characters



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The work of art

in the age of deindustrialization

(PDF)



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Non-standard English –

one system or many?


(PDF)



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Retrieval of spelling variants

in nonstandard texts

(PDF)



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Bookstores & deadbeats



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The Valmadonna Trust Library



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Change comes to the library



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A counter-Kindle

just for mags



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What will remain of news

when the NY Times is gone?



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Rupert & his friends



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Yahoo good, Google evil?



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The Associate Press

finds its true enemy



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It has been 45 years since

Glenn Gould

abandoned performance for technology



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Tangled alphabets



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Carolee Schneemann:

painting – what it became



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Making sense of Marcel



M. Duchamp & celebrity art



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Vote for the Grange Prize

in photography



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Editing memory



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Editing reality