Poor People The Viceroys With The Roots Radics Band Love Is All
You Know I’m No Good Amy Winehouse Back to Black
Do Khyentse’s Journey, 139 Years And More Hamid Drake & Bindu Bindu
Dedication Andrew Hill Point of Departure
Make The Rules The Orbits Shake Some Action Vol. 2
Interludes by Professor Stanley Unwin
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photo by Ira Cohen
August Kleinzahler’s review in today’s “New York Times Book Review” is archived here.
Hathihy Laylaty Oum Kalthoum Best Of Oum Kalthoum
Silence Billy Higgins/Charlie Haden/Chet Baker/Enrico Pieranunzi Silence
Reflections Steve Lacy Reflections
Dream Come True The Viceroys With The Roots Radics Band Love Is All
Morgan’s Motion Tony Williams/Cecil Taylor The Joy of Flying
La Ya Habibi Oum Kalthoum Best Of Oum Kalthoum
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Cho was an English major whose creative writing was so disturbing that he was referred to the school’s counseling service, the Associated Press reported.
Professor Carolyn Rude, chairwoman of the university’s English department, said she did not personally know the gunman. But she said she spoke with Lucinda Roy, the department’s director of creative writing, who had Cho in one of her classes and described him as “troubled.”
“There was some concern about him,” Rude said. “Sometimes, in creative writing, people reveal things and you never know if it’s creative or if they’re describing things, if they’re imagining things or just how real it might be. But we’re all alert to not ignore things like this.”
She said Cho was referred to the counseling service, but she said she did not know when, or what the outcome was.
Click here for an account of the Edward Dorn “Way More West” publication event at the Poetry Project this week, by Adam Weg.
to Doug Lang
US Publication in June.
Long Black Veil Lefty Frizzel Life’s Like Poetry
Hooray For Herbie Mal Waldron Quintet with Steve Lacy One-Upmanship
Famou (Remix Dance) Sekouba Bambino Sinikan
La Llorona Muna Zul Muna Zul
Life Is Not An Easy Game The Viceroys Chancery Lane
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The British Poetry issue of the Chicago Review is out with work by Andrea Brady, Chris Goode, Peter Manson and Keston Sutherland; articles, interviews, letters and reviews; and an as yet unseen map by Andrew Duncan which shall show us all our place. Visitors to their site (click on image)
will note a link to an already familiar item.