If you're a Harriet regular, you've probably noticed a few new-ish names over in the right-hand column. One of them is mine. That's because I've taken over for Emily Warn as the manager of the Poetry Foundation website. You will probably continue to hear from Emily now and then as you do from other former Harriet bloggers; and now and then, you'll likely hear from me. You might enjoy that because I tend to open my mouth and what I think comes out. If not, you'll have to take me on in the comments section. But be nice, or I might ban you from the blog.
Speaking of the comments section, I'm impressed by the lively discussions going on here, and am especially happy with the tenor of the comments since our latest batch of bloggers began. I'd like to thank them (and all of you) for creating an environment where everyone feels they can contribute to the discussion.
So even though we've all been here a while, welcome to me and to our latest batch of Harriet bloggers: Camille Dungy, Martin Earl, Annie Finch, and Jason Guriel.
Catherine Halley is the editor of JSTOR Daily, an online magazine that draws connections between current affairs, historical scholarship, and other content available on JSTOR, a digital library of scholarly journals, books, and primary sources. She is the former digital director of the Poetry Foundation, where she served as editor...