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  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    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...

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    By Paolo Javier

    PAOLO: If I may, I’d like begin with the last part of the second poem in Tree (1972): dear birch across from me we face                    the...

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    By Simone White

    —for Joan Retallack, a draft that never ends Nothing I say will be untouched, original, pristine, new, transcendent. Everything I do is stolen,...

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    By Mónica de la Torre

    1. I recently realized that, in Spanish, experimentar means both “to experiment” and “to experience.” This is so obvious that I wonder if I’ve known...

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    By Garrett Caples

    Micah Ballard had just returned from the Gloucester Writers Center, reading for his book Afterlives (Bootstrap, 2016), when I spotted it on his...

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    By Uche Nduka

    The poem is not the route to anything. It is the route. Endless. So a poem has to be written whether by word or...

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    By Lisa Robertson

    A resurgent energy pulses into shimmering expression in a city, a room, a street, beneath certain trees, when necessity sends acute though necessarily covert...

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    By George Quasha

    Mind-degradable Manifesto I’ve always wondered what it would feel like to issue a manifesto like in the good old days, but any such...

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    By LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs

    The inability to write does not arise from a drought, from one part of the trajectory of a being having exhaust in himself all...

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    By Tyrone Williams

    Although stuttering has a long history in the apocrypha of the West as an impediment serious enough to warrant correction (e.g., Demosthenes putting pebbles...

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