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Harriet

A literary blog about poetry and related news
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  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    At Hyperallergic, John Yau considers Clark Coolidge's resistance to defining a poem, particularly in his new book, Poet (Pressed Wafer, 2018). An excerpt from this review: ...Throughout Poet Coolidge presents all sorts of...

    Clark Coolidge, Poet, cover
  • Featured Blogger
    By Brian Lucas

    I have never been to Ontario. My only experience with Canada occurred a couple decades ago: we drove from Hemet, California to Victoria, British Columbia in a Ford Bronco. I...

    Christopher Dewdney
  • Featured Blogger
    By Brian Lucas

    I want to point a beam of light towards a sample from the gallery ephemera files and a unique poet’s object that are both housed in the Special Collections of...

    Brian Lucas, photo of vitrine at Batman Gallery at SFMoMA
  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    Station Hill Press recently published an edition of Selected Poems by Clark Coolidge, spanning writing from 1962 to 1985. At Hyperallergic, Jake Marmer introduces readers to Coolidge's much-awaited tome: “A...

    Clark Coolidge, Selected, cover
  • Open Door
    By Garrett Caples

    Photo by Eirik Steinhoff Some stopped writing because they had written their dreams so well. I cannot stop, because I am just beginning to dream, just beginning to see through myself in the world,...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    "A language and culture grow up around caving; for Coolidge, it is already a poetics." At Jacket2, Rachael M. Wilson looks at Clark Coolidge's "sustained engagement with geological motifs," gleaned...

  • Featured Blogger
    By Patrick James Dunagan

    Jason Morris of PUSH (& Big Bell) ushered out this lovely thin pamphlet a few weeks ago. He had come across recordings of two class talks given by poet Clark...

  • Featured Blogger
    By Brandon Downing

    CUNY Chapbook Festival March 31-April 2, 2015 I always try to spend at least a bit of time at the CUNY Chapbook Festival, an annual few-day event staged at the Graduate Center’s...

  • Featured Blogger
    By Rodney Koeneke

    David Larsen is the Swiss Army knife of friends. Poet, Arabist, visual artist, classicist, guerilla chef and hip-hop whiz, he’s that “gateway” person who turns...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    S.O.S. says Ugly Duckling Presse! The publisher of poetry, art books, dossiers, and all things magnifique is struggling to finance this next season's print-run. UDP is in the middle of...

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