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Harriet

A literary blog about poetry and related news
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    By Cornelius Eady

    In January, I released two audio chapbooks; Asking for the Moon (Red Glass Books) and Book of Hooks (Kattywompus Press). Both books have CD’s...

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    By Laura Sims

    The easy part was posting other people’s answers to the question: “Why Do You Write?” in Part One. Now comes the tricky part: answering...

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    By Micah Ballard

    Jeff Grosso, still from Speed Freaks, 1989 I always dug that title from the New Deal video, aptly taken from Jeff Grosso’s part in...

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    By Camille Guthrie

    Louise Bourgeois, I HAD A FLASHBACK OF SOMETHING THAT NEVER EXISTED, 2002, Photo: Christopher Burke, © Louise Bourgeois Trust/VAGA, NY Most poets I believe...

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    By Vanessa Place

    This is the fourth part of a five-part paper, a version of which was given April 26, 2013 as the keynote address at the...

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    By Vanessa Place

    This is the third part of a five-part paper, a version of which was given April 26, 2013 as the keynote address at the...

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    By Bianca Stone

    It's like a mini (and less overwhelming) AWP, in New York City, right across from the beautiful Empire State Building. There will be so many fabulous...

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    By Evie Shockley

    All the “best of” or “holiday gift” lists come out in December and January, when books that had our attention in the early (still...

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    By Lisa Robertson

    Sketch of Old and New World Vegetation by Goethe As did Rousseau, Goethe botanized. At the De l’Allemagne show now up at the Louvre,...

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    By K. Silem Mohammad

    Re-reading Robert Frost's "'Out, Out—'" for the first time in a long while, I expected it to exhibit at least some kind of craft-smartness...

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The Poetry Foundation's blog for poetry and related news.

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