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    By Douglas Kearney

    75. Clearly, if you can make yourself intangible or, contrariwise, turn your skin to metal, advancing your skill demands resources beyond what underfunded public schools...

  • Featured Blogger
    By Douglas Kearney

    46. Back when considering mess, I suggested an approach akin to ekphrasis. Where the response to non-literary art is neither an ode nor elaborate caption,...

  • Featured Blogger
    By Douglas Kearney

    17. I’ve written of failure in a poem as rubble, mess I could mess with. Of how I thought that syntactic ruin was a byproduct...

  • Featured Blogger
    By Douglas Kearney

    1. My poetry is often guided by an impulse to fail. When this is the case, writing is an attempt to salvage something from the mess. 2. The...

  • By Poetry Foundation

    For the next two months, poet Douglas Kearney will be Harriet's "Craft Work" blogger. “Craft Work” is a Harriet feature in which poets,...

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    By Cedar Sigo

    I recently paid a visit to Thom Donovan's blog Others Letters, which intends to reproduce correspondence between writers or between writers and artists. I...

  • Featured Blogger
    By Cedar Sigo

    Dave Haselwood founded the Auerhahn Press in 1958. The first title he printed was The Hotel Wentley Poems by John Wieners. The story I...

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    By Harriet Staff

    Craft Work with Cedar Sigo

  • By Poetry Foundation

    Join us here at Harriet tomorrow, December 9, at 4pm EST for a live interview with "Craft Work" blogger Cedar Sigo. The CoverItLive comments...

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    By Cedar Sigo

    I have never thought of readings as anything other than inevitable. They are always offered as proof of my way of hearing or listening....

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