New York dwellers, get ’em while they’re hot: Yesterday I was up at BookCulture (formerly Labyrinth Books) on 112th and Broadway, where they always have tons of blowout-priced remainder specials, but yesterday’s findings were so exciting I just can’t keep them to myself: The Collected Poems of Kenneth Koch, in hardback, for $10– marked down from the original jacket price of $40 (!!!). Now keep in mind that this doesn’t include KK’s longer poems, which comprise a volume of approximately equal size and price…oh wait. What? The Collected Longer Poems is sitting right there on that same table, also in hardback, and also just ten bucks. They’ve also got big discounts (I think half off) on handsome hardback first-editions of Notes from the Air (Ashbery’s selected later poems), and Hiding Man, Tracy Daugherty’s ass-kicking biography of Donald Barthelme. Plus like 100 other things, but any one of the above-mentioned is already reason enough to drag yourself uptown.