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Congratulations 2017 Guggenheim Fellows! April 10, 2017: The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation announced the recipients of this year’s fellowships on Friday and we’re delighted to fill you in on a few of the poetry-related details. As [...] by

‘I write poems to devastate and startle myself’: Matthea Harvey in Conversation July 20, 2016: We missed this one last week—bummer! But now we’re taking the afternoon to get caught up with Matthea Harvey, who’s in conversation with Jane Huffman at Sundress Blog. Much ground is [...] by

Tomorrow: Matthea Harvey in Seattle to Present If the Tabloids Are True, What Are You? November 6, 2014: Thank goodness! Fall and winter gloom won’t stop Matthea Harvey from lighting up the city of Seattle this week. As The Stranger reports, she’ll grace town with pleasantly mercurial vibes [...] by

Daniel Handler Looks into Matthea Harvey’s Tabloids August 18, 2014: Daniel Handler shares his excitement for Matthea Harvey’s writing, old and new, at the LA Times, beginning with Harvey’s first collection Pity the Bathtub Its Forced Embrace of the Human [...] by

Reading List: February 2014 February 11, 2014: The Reading List is a feature of Poetry magazine’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the February issue share a book—or several—that held their interest recently. Mark Ford I’d like [...] by

Poets Gather to Remember Seamus Heaney November 13, 2013: The New York Times reports on the ongoing remembrances and events celebrating Seamus Heaney, who died in August at the age of 74. When Seamus Heaney died in August, at 74, he was hailed as a poet of [...] by

Academy of American Poets NYC Summer Poetry Series July 17, 2013: If you’re in NYC this sweltering summer and can bear to temporarily venture outside of air conditioning, the Academy of American Poets will make it worth your while. The Academy is continuing its [...] by

The Prose Poem as Mysterious Man with an Accent April 26, 2013: Like many immigrants, the prose poem arrived in the U.S. too late in its development to ever pass as wholesomely American. Something in its tone, in the weight of its silences, will always give it [...] by

Seven Questions for Matthea Harvey December 12, 2012: Over at A Public Space is a short interview with poet and children’s book author Matthea Harvey! Apparently, Harvey secretly takes pictures of identical twins in airports! But there’s [...] by

Boston Review Announces 2012 Poetry Contest Winner October 4, 2012: Hooray for Sarah Crossland, winner of The Boston Review’s 2012 poetry contest! Crossland’s poems, chosen by judge Matthea Harvey, will be featured in the Review’s November/December [...] by