Monthly Archives: November 2004

Paris Review Interviews online

Between now and next July, The Paris Review will be putting all of its 300+ writers-at-work interviews online, starting with those from the 1950s. Reviews from the 1960s are due in January, with all the interviews through the nineties to … Continue reading

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slought foundation resources

I’ve just discovered, via another post to the poetics list the online resources at the Slought Foundation home page. Wow! A 1958 interview with Coltrance, the transcripts of the 1963 Vancouver poetry conference, a 1962 Olson reading at Goddard…

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iraqi civilian deaths

Jim Rosenberg has posted a link to an article from yesterday’s The Japan Times which summarizes a recent study in The Lancet on the death count in the Iraq conflict. “The central message of the remarkable Lancet report is clear: … Continue reading

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post election blues

I’ve been thinking about the results of the US election, making a few notes, saving a few URLs in the attempts to recover from my initial horror and gain some perspective. The notion that the election was “hacked” has been … Continue reading

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Coyote’s Engines

Halvord Johnson has put a pdf version of his chapbook Coyote’s Engines online.

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the situation in Iraq

With the battle in Fallujah still raging, the guest editorial by William R. Polk on Juan Cole’s blog is an even more important read than when it was first published. An excerpt: “staying the course” … means continued fighting. France … Continue reading

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the plaintext project

The Plaintext project is concerned with the agency and programming of writing technologies. Plaintext Tools is a listserv and portal for writers, artists, and thinkers, with the goal of creating and publishing original research, providing resources, and fostering community around … Continue reading

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Reconstruction 4.4

Reconstruction 4.4 has just been published on the web. It is a fine example of the web as an alternative environment for academic publishing — issn number, reviews and scholarly articles serving the needs of the academic community without incurring … Continue reading

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Election Blues

Just past eleven pm (JST) and most of the news from the States is about the election. Mark Bernstein has a wide-ranging series of links in his latest blog posting, including one to Barlow’s “How to Overthrow the Government” which … Continue reading

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