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A report from the e-books summit December 18, 2010: Former Poetry Foundation journalism fellow Alizah Salario went to this week’s e-book summit in New York to follow up on her article “Breaking the Poetry Code.” Here’s what she [...] by

City Lights Spotlight poets December 15, 2010: As Poetry Foundation permissions coordinator Michael Slosek pointed out in his 2010 best of the year pick, City Lights has done great things with its Spotlight series with new titles by Andrew Joron, [...] by

Best of 2010: Staff Picks December 13, 2010: Flowers, by Paul Killebrew (Canarium Books) “I’m so happy to have a body to fill these terrific pants…” —From “ILOVETHEWHOLEFUCKINWORLD” —Fred Sasaki (Associate Editor, Poetry [...] by

Live interview with Cedar Sigo TOMORROW 4pm EST December 8, 2010: Join us here at Harriet tomorrow, December 9, at 4pm EST for a live interview with “Craft Work” blogger Cedar Sigo. The CoverItLive comments section will be open for questions, so feel [...] by

The 15 most-read Poetry Foundation & Poetry magazine articles of 2010 December 2, 2010: Just in case 2010 found you locked in a basement—or with Comcast internet (zing!)—here’s what your non-secluded peers made popular over the course of the year: The most-read articles from [...] by

Christopher Cartmill talks Tennyson, handy sonnets, and P.D. Eastman November 30, 2010: Actor and playwright Christopher Cartmill performs Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s Idylls of the King this Friday at the Art Institute of Chicago. He took a moment to talk to Harriet about his [...] by

Thomas Lynch: comfort in writer’s block and death November 10, 2010: Poet and funeral director Thomas Lynch reads as part of the Chicago Humanities Festival this Sunday, November 14. The event will close with an interview conducted by Poetry Foundation president John [...] by

Naomi Shihab Nye <3 Barack Obama November 2, 2010: Poet Naomi Shihab Nye will read her work this Thursday night as at the Art Institute of Chicago. Her numerous books of poetry include 19 Varieties of Gazelle: Poems of the Middle East, A Maze Me: [...] by

Introducing Paul Martínez Pompa @harriet_twitter November 1, 2010: For the month of November, Harriet is proud to host Paul Martínez Pompa on the @harriet_poetry Twitter feed. Paul joins the growing list of Harriet Twitterati—D.A. Powell, Heather Christle, Kiki [...] by

Talking with Le Pham Le October 28, 2010: Poet Le Pham Le will read her work tonight as part of the Poetry Foundation’s Poetry Off the Shelf series at Chicago’s Newberry Library. Le’s first publication is a bilingual collection of [...] by