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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

Oh Vanity: Lucy Ives Introduces Triple Canopy’s ‘Vanitas’ Issue September 19, 2016: The newest issue of Triple Canopy explores that all-too-human self-reflective digitally-mediated stare, the selfie, as well as further meditations by poetry, music, and visual art’s most [...] by

Seeing Scenes: Ben Fama Reviews Lucy Ives’s The Hermit September 8, 2016: Ben Fama wrote a review of Lucy Ives’s newest, The Hermit (The Song Cave, 2016), for The Culture Trip. “Much of The Hermit regards the conceptualization of literature as novelistic. [...] by

Lucy Ives Considers the Ways & Means of Prosimetrum August 11, 2016: At Literary Hub, Lucy Ives calls for more work that mixes genre: “In the classical West sometimes this [kind of synthesizing of genre] is called prosimetrum. Elsewhere, I have liked terms like [...] by

Entropy’s Summer Reading List Includes Antigone Revival July 7, 2016: Happening so fast: Entropy dazzles with its Ultimate Summer Reading List! “Summer officially started a couple of weeks ago and for many of us, we’re just starting to settle into the summer [...] by

Artinfo Took Notes at Triple Canopy’s Ecstatic Prose Event May 27, 2016: If you missed this past weekend’s Triple Canopy Ecstatic Prose event–with Hilton Als, Andrew Durbin, Tan Lin, Rivka Galchen, Sukhdev Sandhu, Christine Smallwood, Jonathon Sturgeon, and [...] by

Lucy Ives Reviews Wayne Koestenbaum’s Pink Trance Notebooks December 4, 2015: At Los Angeles Review of Books, Lucy Ives observes Wayne Koestenbaum’s newly published collection, Pink Trance Notebooks (Nightboat 2015). Ives remarks, “Koestenbaum has some very [...] by

Evening Has Arrived in Affect Issue of Evening Will Come July 2, 2015: The “Affect and Poetry” issue of Evening Will Come, edited by Julie Carr and Aaron Angello, is here and well worth your reading-time. This one features essays by an incredible lot: Fred [...] by

Speculative Thinking With Srikanth Reddy & Lucy Ives June 23, 2015: In “The Technocrat’s Guide to the Galaxy,” poet Srikanth Reddy talks with Lucy Ives “about the possible plurality of worlds, poets as ‘feeling machines,’ and how [...] by

Poetry Mixtape Volume I March 2, 2015: One of the great gifts of having an artist for a friend is the unique education that comes of asking what are you into? Nearly all my favorite music, writing, films, and paintings have been received [...] by