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Link Roundup: Indie Next Poetry Picks, New Press Blog Aggregator, Rashid Khalidi Media

I've put together an aggregator of University and Independent Publisher blogs, where right now you can find items like "Books are Like Radio, E-Books are Like TV," a reminder to use your librarian, and a look at Fisher Poets. If I missed your blog, my apologies and please add it to the list.

Mary Oliver's forthcoming collection, Evidence, holds the number one spot in the Indie Next List Poetry Top Ten. The list is timed to coincide with National Poetry Month in April, which is only a few short weeks away.

Rashid Khalidi is the subject of a feature article in this week's Chronicle Review. Don't want to read? Watch him on Charlie Rose instead. Prefer sound without pictures? Listen to him on the Diane Rehm Show.

Read an excerpt from Kathryn Joyce's Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement
in the latest Mother Jones.

Op-ed by Jeremy Adam Smith, author of The Daddy Shift, about how the recession might allow more fathers to be the primary caregiver.

Jay Wexler. Ten Questions. The author of Holy Hullabaloos talks to Religion Dispatches his religious road trip.