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One of my favorite book stories of the year. From the NY Times.
Posted by Doug Erickson at 12:08 AM
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From the Blog: From One Poet's Notes comes this review of Marianne Borouch's latest poetic offering. For those of you who may not be familiar with her writing, she is a poet originally from Chicago, who teaches in the MFA program at Purdue University. She is a wonderful poet and person.
Posted by Doug Erickson at 10:54 AM
Monday, November 10, 2008
The Oregon Book Awards were held last night in Portland. Unfortunately one of the Northwest's great poets Judith Barrington did not win... again. In my opinion she has been passed over to many times. Her writing deserves to be recognized, and rewarded. Congratulations to all of the finalists and the winners. You are just another reason why Oregon is such a great State!
Posted by Doug Erickson at 11:27 PM
The Flair Symposium at the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas is happening later this week. I was planning on going myself, but had to cancel. It looks like a great opportunity for the literary world to interact with the library world. Wish I was going.
Posted by Doug Erickson at 6:36 PM
Sunday, November 9, 2008
I am very pleased to see this article about Library Special Collections and Undergraduate Curriculum!
Posted by Doug Erickson at 9:16 PM
An interesting article from the LA Times from Sunday that looks into the nature of books in printed and electronic forms, and how they can co exist. Here is a link to the article
Posted by Doug Erickson at 7:31 PM