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Introducing Cedar Sigo October 25, 2010: This week, we’re excited to start a new feature on Harriet called “Craft Work.” “Craft Work” will give over a portion of the blogging space to a rotating cast of poets, [...] by

Frank Bidart brings the hours of the night to Poetry Day October 13, 2010: October 14th marks the 56th annual Poetry Day. This year, Poetry Day—which has in the past featured the likes of  T.S. Eliot, Marianne Moore, Elizabeth Bishop, W.H. Auden, Seamus Heaney, and [...] by

Lives of the Dead October 8, 2010: “How shall a man spend his death?” Hanoch Levin posed this provocative question in his epic poem, “Lives of the Dead,” translated from the Hebrew by Atar Hadari and first published in English [...] by

The Learning Lab’s new brew October 6, 2010: A plethora of new goodies has just been added to our Learning Lab. Explore the section for 10 new core learning lab poems, which include annotations, poem guides, teaching tips, writing ideas, and [...] by

Poetry for Labor Day September 6, 2010: Poet’s work by Lorine Niedecker Lorine Niedecker Grandfather advised me: Learn a trade I learned to sit at desk and condense No layoff from this condensery *** Read more Labor Day poetry (if you [...] by

Michael Earl Craig @harriet_poetry September 2, 2010: Attention! Poet Michael Earl Craig has taken over the Harriet Twitter feed this month.  Interested parties can follow him @harriet_poetry.  Here’s his first post: “Hello people, [...] by

The 2010 Ruth Lilly Fellowship Award winners August 19, 2010: The Poetry Foundation has just announced the five winners of this year’s Ruth Lilly Fellowships. Brooklyn Copeland, Miriam Bird Greenberg, Nate Klug, Dora Malech, and Christopher Shannon were [...] by

An essential poetry app as addictive as raspberries August 19, 2010: This morning, the New York Times rounded up poetry smartphone apps and we were quite flattered to find our app listed as “essential.” The article made special mention of the app’s [...] by

Ramadan poetry August 13, 2010: In honor of Ramadan, we’ve recently posted a series of poems, podcasts, and features celebrating Muslim faith and Islamic culture in our features section. The very origins of Ramadan, which falls [...] by

Gerard Malanga, Screen Test Superstar August 6, 2010: It’s Andy Warhol’s birthday today (woulda been 82), which is the perfect occasion to remark on this week’s cover story, “Screen Test Superstar.” Art historian Chelsea [...] by