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    Perhaps we spend too much time in our luxurious Ronan-designed HQ. We’ve certainly been accused to dwelling too long in the theoretical ivory tower...

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    Natasha Trethewey once again leads the pack with Thrall on this week’s contemporary best-seller list. Back from the dead is Billy Collins with his...

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    Poetry may seem an anachronistic pursuit, but only to those out of the know. Even at age 100, we still keep our ear on...

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    On this week’s contemporary best-seller list, poet laureate Natasha Trethewey again reigns supreme with her latest collection, Thrall. Sharon Olds’s Stag’s Leap (in paperback)...

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    Poetry can be a tough racket. In spite of the unprecedented opportunities that have risen with the internet, poets still struggle. The ones who...

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    Seasons change. And with the coming of autumn we see familiar top-titles drop from the best-seller list as others rise to the top. Staying...

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    As we prepare for the long, homebound winter months and set up automatic pizza delivery, we at Harriet HQ are collecting reading material so...

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    Natasha Trethewey’s latest collection, Thrall, claims the top spot on this week’s contemporary best-seller list. The entry of the current Poet Laureate in the...

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    Here at Harriet HQ, we believe that change is possible—nay, inevitable. We believe that change always presents opportunities. We believe that people can overcome...

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    On this week’s contemporary best-seller list, Philip Appleman climbs into the top five at #4 with Perfidious Proverbs and Other Poems: A Satirical Look...

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