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By Roberto Tejada

In that glow or glimmer is marked the poetic justice required to tell narratives of sight and sound in transformation.

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    Martin Amis's latest collection of essays The Rub of Time (2017) documents his meditations on poets and novelists. In this Los Angeles Review of...

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    Over the weekend we were saddened to hear of the death of Donald Hall, a former poet laureate and a central presence in American...

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    At Open Space, Eric Sneathen contributes a fantastic interview with writer, ceramicist, educator, and more, Bob Glück. "For decades, Bob has encouraged his contemporaries to re-purpose...

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    At Literary Hub today, Ruby Brunton writes: "There is a long-standing tradition of poets who have refused genre, or reinvented it, and who continue to push...

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Each month we invite a different blogger to discuss poetics and craft, influence and trends, and the writing life of a poet.

  • By Roberto Tejada

    In that glow or glimmer is marked the poetic justice required to tell narratives of sight and sound in transformation.

  • By Roberto Tejada

    Born at the crossroads with the punk/performance art and music scene of Los Angeles in the late 1970s and early 1980s were budding intellectual...

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    I gained the dubious ability at times to so create a network of alliances as to dodge the sight lines of oppression and the...

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    What I seek is permission for a story line, clauses of invention, the chance to find cover in the episodes, a cascading commitment to...

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  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    Martin Amis's latest collection of essays The Rub of Time (2017) documents his meditations on poets and novelists. In this Los Angeles Review of...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    Over the weekend we were saddened to hear of the death of Donald Hall, a former poet laureate and a central presence in American...

  • Featured Blogger
    By Roberto Tejada

    In that glow or glimmer is marked the poetic justice required to tell narratives of sight and sound in transformation.

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    At Open Space, Eric Sneathen contributes a fantastic interview with writer, ceramicist, educator, and more, Bob Glück. "For decades, Bob has encouraged his contemporaries to re-purpose...

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Harriet is the literary blog for the Poetry Foundation. It is dedicated to featuring diverse and innovative thinking in areas of poetry and poetics, and serves as a portal to the latest poetry-related news.

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