Posts Tagged: Amy King

About That Kenny Goldsmith Piece in the New Yorker

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We ran a blog post earlier today about Alec Wilkinson’s pretty crap piece about Kenny Goldsmith in the New Yorker which we characterized as “refreshingly even-handed.” That description is only accurate if you define even-handed as a several-thousand word tongue-bath in the pages of a huge magazine which both ignored and dismissed many of Goldsmith’s critics.

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Poetic Lives Online: Links by Brian Spears

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Check out this terrific interview with Amy King at Huffington Post on the current “Femininaissance” in poetry.

Artifice Mag muses on summer reading and wants to know what you’re reading this summer.

Dante Michaux on “What’s American about American Poetry?”

Another year, different drama over the Oxford Poetry Professorship.

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Diversity in Voices

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In a very powerful piece in the Guardian, Bidisha writes about how she’s tired of being the token woman in the British arts scene, and about how women are consistently underrepresented in reviews, on panels, and in other venues. Her numbers speak for themselves: “I felt it [nausea] when I saw this week’s edition of the London Review of Books.

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