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New to the Archive September 25, 2012: This week we're offering some choice gems newly added to our online archive. In the news, we've been hearing a good deal about a renaissance of sorts in Canadian poetry. Sure, we're excited about the new stuff—but we're also adding work by Canadian poets who have been at it for decades. Case in point, this grouping of poems by Steve [...] by

New to the Archive September 12, 2012: After a late-summer hiatus from our online archive reporting, we're back with a hefty load of new poems we've added recently. Back in March Cedar Sigo reminded us how great Bob Kaufman's poetry is. So we've dropped these three poems by the Beat poet into the archive. Poems of jazz, poems of terror. With all the talk about space, the [...] by

New to the Archive July 13, 2012: This summer we’ve been gathering a smattering of poems to bulk up our online archive. For your reading pleasure, be sure to check out these poems by two Irish poets: Ciarán Carson and Rita Ann Higgins. Next, proceed to this set of poems from Sasha Steensen’s book, The Method. And please, greet the mole guests. Thank you. While [...] by

New to the Archive May 25, 2012: We’re shoring up a whole bunch of goodness this week as we dip into the online archive to see what’s new. First up, we have two from the tome—from Ron Silliman’s The Alphabet, parts I and XII of the long poem, “You.” This taste is maybe 1/1000 of the entire book, but it’s a good taste nevertheless. Moving on, we’d like to [...] by

New to the Archive May 1, 2012: You may not know this but you're sitting on a treasure trove of poetry! Yes, so much so that sometimes it feels like you need a map to navigate all the goodness. So going forward, Harriet will be occasionally tipping off our readers to some of the fabulous new additions to our online archive. For starters, we've recently added an ample [...] by