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The Metacognitive Dawn Lundy Martin Talks to the Library of Congress July 13, 2015: The Library of Congress has published an interview with Dawn Lundy Martin! In “Why Do We Speak a False Language?” Anya Creightney talks with Martin about the black female body, teaching, [...] by

&Now Day One (my only day) April 14, 2015: [I’m writing about Day 1 of the &Now conference (my only day) on Delta Flight 1151 SF to Minneapolis on the way to AWP, so let’s not get our writers conference wires crossed here.] I wake up [...] by

&Now April 6, 2015: RIP Richard O. Moore, thank you for the NET Outtakes I’m on the road again, down Interstate 5 again (Southern California says “The 5″ Northern California says “5”), [...] by

More Than Just a Nostalgic Nose: Interview With John Sakkis (!!) at SF Weekly February 13, 2015: Poet, editor, translator, and Internet-hater John Sakkis was interviewed this week for “The Write Stuff” at SF Weekly! We here at Harriet have been tremulous with anticipation for [...] by

Boston Review Reviews Caroline Bergvall’s Drift February 4, 2015: At Boston Review, Dana Levin writes about Caroline Bergvall’s Drift (Nightboat Books 2014). To the point: “Bergvall has an ear for how the archaic and contemporary guises of English sound [...] by

Andrew Durbin Interviewed About Mature Themes at Lambda Literary! January 16, 2015: Andrew Durbin, author of the recently published Mature Themes (Nightboat 2014), is interviewed at Lambda Literary! Durbin talks about the original book design (his name and title are on the back), [...] by

The Durbins, Together (in Conversation) at Last December 16, 2014: Over the weekend at The Believer Logger: Durbin X Durbin! For those of you who don’t know your Durbins from atom, that’s Kate Durbin and Andrew Durbin (no relation [or: “it’s [...] by

Beautiful Review of Hervé Guibert’s Journals at Lambda Literary October 21, 2014: At Lambda Literary, Steven Cordova reviews Nightboat Books’ gorgeous, startling Mausoleum of Lovers: Journals 1976—1991 by the French poet and intellectual Hervé Guibert, translated by [...] by

Etel Adnan Reader Encourages Necessary Resilience September 11, 2014: At The Rumpus, Patrick James Dunagan reviews the two-volume Etel Adnan’s To Look at the Sea Is to Become What One Is: An Etel Adnan Reader (Nightboat Books 2014; edited by Thom Donovan and [...] by

Wayne Koestenbaum on the Journals of Hervé Guibert June 16, 2014: Wayne Koestenbam writes about the “unbridled eroticism” of Hervé Guibert, “the French novelist, memoirist, critic, and photographer who would die of AIDS in 1991, at the age of [...] by