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  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    Yowzers! We had a late-game flurry of writing to round out the month of April. So much so that we were slapping on layers of internet all through the weekend!...

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    By Tan Lin

    Tan Lin: Can you tell me how Troll Thread got started? and when exactly? Chris Sylvester: Troll Thread started in August 2010. It was another platform for the distribution of things...

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    By Tan Lin

    I wanted to look at a few mostly online publishing platforms that I’ve been following for the past couple of years. I’ll be doing interviews with J. Gordon Faylor at...

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    By George Quasha

      I want to end this April excursion in the blogosphere with a few brief notes. The purpose has been to sketch out areas for further inquiry while honoring works that...

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    By Sara Wintz

    Cheena and I became friends after I participated in a poetry reading at their house in 2011. Since then, we have moved to new parts of town, changed jobs while...

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    By E. Tracy Grinnell

    ...the task of creating these spaces is necessarily the responsibility of those readers who insist that the text remain open, as a form of resistance... natural death I wrote the above in...

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    By Stephanie Young

    I'm in the car with Chuck Stebelton, Mike Hauser, Robert J. Baumann and Alli Warren, on our way to visit Blackhawk Island and Lorine Niedecker's cabin. It's the last day...

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    By Thomas Sayers Ellis

    Amiri Baraka, TSE 2012 Continued from Part 1. "Sophocles confirms the European origin of the motherfucker. Most Coloredpeepas known this a long time." —Amiri Baraka   3    What the _____ is He Talking About   Maybe...

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    By Simone White

    Continued from Part 1. for erica The thoughts of my text don’t mirror literary criticism, are shapes of...

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    By J. Michael Martinez

    “Hegemony is like a pillow: it absorbs blows and so sooner or later the would-be assailant will find it comfortable to rest upon” Robert Cox, Approaches to World Order After I attended a...

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