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Work. Part One April 11, 2013: Hannah Gamble’s post about the Fence Family Brunch at this year’s AWP conference got me thinking about work. She and Fence Managing Editor Rob Arnold discussed their “worst jobs ever,” and I’m always intrigued to hear what creative people are willing to do to support themselves and their “habit.” These are questions I’m forever [...]
Welcoming Hannah Gamble March 1, 2013: Many, many thanks to Dana Ward who lit up Harriet this month with some fabulous writing. Today we're thrilled to welcome Hannah Gamble as our featured blogger for the month of March. Check back in with us over the next 31 days to see what Hannah will be cooking up!
New to the Archive January 29, 2013: We're usually reporting on all the great new new poetry that's dropped in our online archive. Today, we're mixing it up a bit to mention we have three oldies but goodies by Thomas Love Peacock (giving some TLC to TLP (sorry, couldn't resist)). We hope you dig this poem of unrequited love, "I Dug, Beneath the Cypress Shade," or if you're [...]
Hanna Gamble Featured in Chicago Tribune December 10, 2012: Here's a nice write-up on Hannah Gamble, author of National Poetry Series selection Your Invitation to a Modest Breakfast. A sample: Generally, "Your Invitation to a Modest Breakfast" explores family dynamics and social norms. It's intensely dramatic and hilariously comic. The poems shift from being semi-autobiographical to [...]
Danny’s Doubles Down in November November 9, 2012: For all you Danny's regulars, you'll be happy to know that the No Slander monthly series is doubling down in November (and for non-regulars, here's your chance to get in on the action!). Two, count 'em, two readings in November! Next week, Wednesday the 17th, check out Sandra Simonds, Betsy Wheeler, and Hannah Gamble. Then, November 28th: "The [...]