Here’s some interesting reading from the world of poetry this week.
This is a little dated by internet standards, but it’s still worth looking at: Calvin Trillin versifies about the Roman Polanski apologists.
Ron Silliman declares this to be “The Most Interesting National Book Award
Finalists’ List Ever”.
This is completely unsurprising. I suspect the numbers would be at least the same in the US.
I guess I’d call this a curiosity–Shakespeare’s sonnets in Morse Code in .mp3 format. That covers a nice range of technologies and time periods, I think.
And finally, a poet in the Peace Corps is chronicling her adventures in Mozambique.