Linh Dinh's blogging on the body continues to fascinate.
W.S. Merwin talks about “Poetry and the Green World” Thursday, April 17, at 8 p.m. at the Poetry Center. Click here for more information.
Homophonic translations of Paul Celan.
Emerson: "No man can write well who thinks there is any choice of words for him. In writing there is always a right word, and every other than that is wrong."
Kate Greenstreet's new chapbook, This is Why I Hurt You
The golden days of manifesto-ing, from Blast 1 (1914).
Cystic Fibrosis Fact: The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation also compiles lifestyle information about American adults with CF. In 2004, the foundation reported that 91% had graduated high school and 54% had at least some college education. Employment data revealed 12.6% of adults were disabled and 9.9% were unemployed. Marital information showed that 59% of adults were single and 36% were married or living with a partner. In 2004, 191 American women with CF were pregnant.
Stephen Burt on Ashbery.
I'm reading poetry again: Alex Lemon's Hallelujah Blackout, Karen Volkman's Nomina, Brenda Shaugnessy's Human Dark With Sugar. I'm also reading about it: Andrew Joron's The Cry at Zero, Jed Rasula's The American Poetry Wax Museum, William Watkin's In the Process of Poetry: The New York School and the Avant-Garde.
Most hypnotic website ever.
And now the coolest thing ever...