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> Shouldn't American poetry be internationalized?
rus bowden
post Sep 21 07, 21:58
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These three blogs take up what Ted Ganoways calls the "internationalization of American literature," specifically poetry:

Ted Ganoways at The Virginia Quarterly Review blog:
Muldoon to Take Over as New Yorker Poetry Editor

Jennifer Howard at The Chronicle of Higher Education blog:
Internationalizing American Poetry?

and Frank Wilson at his Philadelphia Inquirer blog Books Inq.:
At least it's not outsourcing ...

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post Sep 22 07, 20:42
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Since I posted last night, people have commented in the threads at both The Chronicle of Higher Education and Books Inq. In fact Ted Genoways, the originator of the discussion at VQR, has commented in the discussion at The Chronicle.

And, around the poetry web, these poetry lovers have commented:

Incognito at The Critical Poet

MaryAnn at The Fray

Didi Menendez at mipo's cafe' cafe'

Emusing and Lazarus at Wild Poetry Forum

Nadia_Tarasova at The Writers Block

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post Sep 24 07, 18:36
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Responses continue to be posted at The Chronicle of Higher Education's blog:
Internationalizing American Poetry?

And here are more responses in our online poetry forums:

reid welch at Free Wrights Peer Review

Lazarus, MV, Will Eastland, & ~M~ at Wild Poetry Forum

Michael (MV) & Nadia_Tarasova at The Writers Block

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post Sep 25 07, 23:58
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The comments take an international turn in a couple places:

Here is Robert Potts at The Guardian's theblogbooks:
A new direction for the New Yorker

And from Michael in Delhi:
The Waters

Philadelphia's Books Inq. has a Mid-Western collision:
At least it's not outsourcing ...

More here, from Beau Blue, Nadia_Tarasova, & Adam E.:
The Writer's Block

And the responses keep coming at The Chronicle of Higher Education:
Internationalizing American Poetry?

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post Sep 28 07, 19:03
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Questioning the question of internationalizing, is:

sue kay at Wild Poetry Forum

and Mitchell Geller (of Desert Moon Review and About Poetry Forum) in the VQR thread.

After two posters opt out, arabianlady and Dragon get an excellent discussion going at The Critical Poet

JackRabbitt, CutterMcCool, Ted_Burke, MaryAnn, and Lunesta touch on the subject in a brand new thread at The Fray

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post Oct 1 07, 14:59
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More thoughts on the Internationalizing of American poetry:

from ewickliffe, Dragon, arabianlady, & dmehl808
as a good conversation takes off at The Critical Poet

from Helen Margaret Rees & Marty Abuloc
as the good conversation continues at Wild Poetry Forum

and from Mason Kelsey at mipo's cafe' cafe'

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