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Responses & [Non]Non-Comforts Re: the ConPo / Affect Debate July 31, 2013: For those of you desiring to keep up with the most recent incarnation of debate/discussion around Conceptual writing--started anew with Cal Bedient's piece on affect at the Boston Review, "Against Conceptualism,"--we've gathered up some good reading material. All the following (in no particular order) include direct responses, preceding [...] by

Susan Schultz Adds to ‘Contemporary American Poetry’ Debate June 27, 2013: On the Tinfish Editor's Blog, Susan Schultz writes about Mark Edmundson's article, "Poetry Slam: The Decline of American Verse," forthcoming in Harper's. We've covered Edmundson's article as well as poets's and critics's responses to it on Harriet here, here, and here. Susan Schultz is a poet, critic, founder of Tinfish Press, and Professor of [...] by

Responding to Jack London is Dead: Contemporary Euro-American Poetry of Hawai’i February 5, 2013: In late 2012, TinFish press released Jack London Is Dead: Contemporary Euro-American Poetry of Hawai'i. On the Tinfish Editor's Blog, Susan Schultz responds to some early reactions and feedback on the anthology. The first exchange she writes about highlights some of the controversy and (productive) tension surrounding the collection: "Are you [...] by

Susan Schultz Edits Special Feature on Dementia at EOAGH August 14, 2012: Poet and Tinfish editor Susan M. Schultz has edited a special feature over at the lovingly unpronounceable EOAGH, which is amplifying its website to feature more and more interesting writing--this collection is called “'If I don’t write it down, it’s shhhhh': On Writing Dementia" and includes work from Schultz herself, Goro Takano, Hank [...] by

Indie Publishing: Two Questions, Many More Answers November 6, 2009: Many thanks to Brent E. Beltrán and Consuelo Manríquez de Beltrán of Calaca Press, Patrick Durgin of Kenning Editions, and Willie Perdomo of Cypher Books for their responses to my indie publishing questions. I know my current series of posts (#1 | #2) on indie publishing isn't garnering heaps of Harriet comments, which is fine, because I do [...] by

Indie Publishing: Two Questions and More Answers October 31, 2009: Regarding my previous post on indie publishing, Glen has commented, "In some ways I feel like there’s too much poetry being published right now and not enough filtering, so it’s interesting to hear from people who feel the opposite." To this, I've responded that his question "leads to the question of filtering, the criteria for filtering, and [...] by