Thursday, April 2, 2009



Zephyrus Image

@ Hermitage Beacon



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Typing all of On the Road



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Four types of poetry



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The turn in verse



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There’s “too much money” in poetry



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Starting this Saturday,

Poets House

in NYC

will showcase

2,000 items of poetry

published in the past year



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Cribbed on Scribd,

J.K. Rowling fights back



A YouTube for books?



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Buber, Celan, Darwish



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John Giorno,

one of the “bad boys”

way back when



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Ken Kesey on Neal Cassady



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John Gallaher’s Guidebook



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Paul Verlaine: Is this what you want?



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Vantage theory



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The latest on the Dickman twins



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CFP: The Everyday Languages

of Modernism



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Seven recent anthologies



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Eating Her Wedding Dress,

an anthology of work about

clothing & unclothing



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Who’s in the running

to be

Britain’s next laureate



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Fan Ogilvie,
the laureate of West Tisbury



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On Berryman’s Dream Songs



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Twenty Poems of Georg Trakl

translated by James Wright & Robert Bly



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Talking with R.S. Thomas (in 1995)



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Sarkozy & The Princess of Cleves



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Just say NO

to National Poetry Month



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24 mostly quiet ways

to celebrate

National Poultry Month



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One month of poetry “challenges



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Booker Prize judges

do something useful



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Newspapers’

self-inflicted wounds



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Robert McChesney

on Democracy Now



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More pain for the Chronicle



Can philanthropy

save the Chron?



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Top 10 business mistakes

newspapers make

when they go online



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Best April Fools Story 2009



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Microsoft undercutting

Google’s book settlement



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Wittgenstein’s family



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Has Bruce Springsteen

gotten too simple?