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National Poetry Month 2017 Comes to a Close May 1, 2017: We’ve come to the end of another April, filled with engaging, stimulating, and enlightening writing here on Harriet. Our gratitude goes out to this year’s contributors, thanks and thanks [...] by

Chris Nealon Discusses Three of Contemporary Poetry’s Militants: Anne Boyer, Sandra Simonds, & Jasmine Gibson January 24, 2017: At Lana Turner, Chris Nealon draws readers’ attention to three new collections of poetry by women who are writing from political struggles with “an effortless, vernacular awareness rich [...] by

Anne Boyer on the Poetics of Post-Privacy January 13, 2017: Anne Boyer’s new essay, “Clickbait Thanatos: On the poetics of post-privacy,” was published yesterday at Real Life magazine. The thesis seems thus: Poetry, which was once itself a [...] by

Dear Poetry: Advice on Inhuman Mechanicity and Writing with Emotions June 17, 2016: More from Dear Poetry… i find emotions a huge problem, and the idea of writing poems because they give me pleasure at odds with wanting to develop as a person-writer through poetry – should i [...] by

Boyer, Kapil, and Spahr Are Raising the Bar, Says Maureen McLane in Noteworthy Essay June 8, 2016: At the Los Angeles Review of Books, Maureen N. McLane does us all a favor and connects the work Bhanu Kapil, Juliana Spahr, and Anne Boyer. McLane invokes, favorably, Dorothea Lasky’s Poetry Is [...] by

Nursing Futurism May 31, 2016: Siren Aria (a fragment) …It’s still conductive, pornographic. The plumbing a listening hose for        strangers rooting around  In the house’s howls: I [...] by

HuffPost’s Valentine to Internet Poetry November 11, 2015: In truth, most poets like the internet (social media is another thing), however The Huffington Post has compiled this handy listicle summarizing a few of the most visible poets utilizing the [...] by

New Issue of Lana Turner Now Available November 3, 2015: The new issue of Lana Turner is here (always a delightful sentence to write): Number Eight (that’s #8) is online for free; but as the editors note, “[t]he remarkable poetry, prose, art, [...] by

Rod Smith’s Touché, Truly a Coarsening Flux October 2, 2015: Jacket2 features a few new reviews today, including Yosefa Raz on Jocelyn Saidenberg’s Dead Letter and Brandon Brown’s Top Forty (both, Roof Books 2015); Laura Carter writing on Anne [...] by

‘Literature is against us’: In Conversation with Anne Boyer August 30, 2015: If you don’t know Anne Boyer’s work, you should. She’s a fierce intellect, tremendous poet, and laudable person. I’m grateful she spent time untangling my meandering [...] by