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Harriet the Spy, Or How I Put My Yenta-Self to Good Use May 8, 2017: —for Mo Research is a mysterious thing. When it is working, the research finds the researcher. This does not mean being passive; but it can contain an element of passivity, letting things arrive. A [...] by

A Few Words a Day: An Interview With Lisa Jarnot March 18, 2015: Lisa Jarnot is interviewed at rob mclennan’s Touch the Donkey journal supplement, where she responds to questions surrounding her poem, “Part Five: The Sublime Porte,” which appears in the [...] by

Presto! Lisa Jarnot’s New Book: a princess magic presto spell June 24, 2014: Lisa Jarnot has a new book! Published by small press Solid Objects, the “exquisitely-designed hardcover book/chapbook a princess magic presto spell” is reviewed by ever-stalwart rob [...] by

Lisa Jarnot’s A Princess Magic Presto Spell Reviewed at Publishers Weekly June 16, 2014: Publishers Weekly has certainly cast a spell over us with this review of Lisa Jarnot’s latest book from Solid Objects, A Princess Magic Presto Spell. Whether one considers it “a hypoepic [...] by

cento for love April 3, 2014: written for a performance with Dohee Lee and Simon Pettet on March 28, 2014 Poetry is not for the passive. It is, as Mayakovsky knew, at its very heart tendentious. Even the love poem agitates the [...] by

Meet Staging Ground Magazine September 11, 2013: Fresh off the presses is the magazine’s first Artists & Writers feature, which is a post by all-star poet Lisa Jarnot on the way-cool artwork of Bruce Kurland. Jarnot writes: Bruce Kurland [...] by

New Review of Lisa Jarnot’s Biography of Robert Duncan at MAKE Mag August 30, 2013: At MAKE Magazine! Devin King reviews Lisa Jarnot’s Robert Duncan biography, officially titled Robert Duncan: The Ambassador from Venus (UC Press 2012). Though King mostly focuses on the [...] by

Welcome Lisa Jarnot January 2, 2013: With a new year upon us, we’re thrilled to have Lisa Jarnot as our first Featured Blogger here on Harriet. Starting with Lisa, we will feature a new poet every month as a way of offering our [...] by

Michael Davidson’s Foreword to Robert Duncan: The Ambassador from Venus September 25, 2012: Many thanks to Poetry Daily for posting Michael Davidson’s foreword to Lisa Jarnot’s much anticipated biography of Robert Duncan. Here’s a taste of the first paragraph—be sure to [...] by

Jarnot’s Duncan Reviewed at SFGate August 28, 2012: At SFGate, Seth Lerer offers a review of Lisa Jarnot’s Robert Duncan: The Ambassador from Venus. Lerer reminds us that, “This book offers not only the story of a writer but a definition [...] by