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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Tuesday Misc News...

Poetry fans gather for Ted Hughes's festival.

On a sad note:
The poet Rahim al-Maliki wrote about his dreams of Iraqi unity in a place where such appeals are drowned out by daily bombings. One of them took his life on Monday.

NPR
feature / More on Guantanamo Poetry. Plus more on the book of poems from Nafeesa Syeed here.

Dick Cheneny
fails at American Civics.

Senator Richare Lugar
changes tune on Iraq. Lugar called on Bush to "downsize" the U.S. military's role in Iraq and place more emphasis on diplomatic and economic options

Andrew Ervin
reviews The Age of Huts (compleat) - By Ron Silliman

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