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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

Joanne Kyger Interviewed at Queen Mobs Teahouse March 1, 2017: We always stop to click the Joanne Kyger links to read in full. At Queen Mobs Teahouse, Hailey Higdon interviews Kyger about a range of topics, from time to dreams to politics to current reads. [...] by

On (a) Space, Listening, & (a) Friendship January 23, 2017: I don’t remember ever being introduced to the poet Matt Longabucco, nor do I remember the first time we hung out together. I want to have an amazing anecdote about the story of our friendship, but [...] by

Bagley Wright Lecture Series News: Hoa Nguyen and Cedar Sigo June 14, 2016: On its website, The Bagley Wright Lecture Series has posted a great interview with Hoa Nguyen which took place just after her lecture on the practice of teaching creative writing on April 21st at [...] by

Open Space Checks in With Cedar Sigo October 27, 2015: Last week we delivered the news that the SFMoMA’s Open Space launched a new website. While rolling out the new site, they took a break and got caught up with their old friend Cedar Sigo, who [...] by

Poets House and the Oakland Museum of California Team up for Powerhouse Reading May 14, 2015: If you’re in Oakland or surrounding areas tomorrow evening, you’ll want to stop by the Oakland Museum of California to check out a reading by Cedar Sigo, Juliana Spahr, and Tanya Sarmina. [...] by

Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics Celebrates 40 Years at City Lights July 7, 2014: Did you know that City Lights has a podcast series? Did you know that the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics turns 40 this year? Well, satisfy both ends of your curiosity today at Live! From [...] by

Cedar Sigo on New Books in Poetry June 20, 2014: What better way to transition into your weekend than listening to Cedar Sigo talk about his new book Language Arts with New Books in Poetry host Jen Fitzgerald. Sigo and Fitzgerald cover a lot of [...] by

The Winter of Our Disco Tent April 18, 2014: “…the terrible and noteworthy irony…”—H.H. Bancroft. New York City during the war years was, unless you were eating sushi with the Simics, a dark and horrible place. It was as if [...] by

My Education: The NY/SF Poetry Scene in the Aughts April 1, 2014: I miss New York and the poets there and I’ve dreamed (had actual dreams) about stroking through the double doors of the St. Mark’s Poetry Project to silent-movie applause—applause and davening, [...] by