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    By Stacy Szymaszek

    Over the past six years, I’ve devoted a lot of time to mentorship programs, participating in one as a mentor (Queer Art Mentorship), and...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    In the San Francisco-Bay Area, Berkeley Renaissance predates The Beats. At Entropy, Patrick James Dunagan introduces readers to one particularly compelling Berkeley Renaissance figure,...

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    By Philip Jenks

    Twilight revisiting a prior version of this (see GutCult *8) It isn’t exactly as Spicer said that “most things happen at twilight,” but is where...

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    By John Sakkis

    Since 2005 I've been keeping a list of books read by year. Since 2010 I've been intermittently writing mini-reviews of those books, what I...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    The good folks at Simon Fraser University's Bennett Library were kind enough to share audio from their special collections archive of Robin Blaser reading...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    Stan Persky reviews Christopher Bram's Eminent Outlaws: The Gay Writers Who Changed America at the Los Angeles Review of Books. Persky begins the review...

  • By Anselm Berrigan

    Some further thoughts coming out of Alison Collins’ series of nests: The show began with one hundred nests, but I think there were closer to...

  • By Anselm Berrigan

    This past Sunday, a very wet, windy and gray version of a day, I paid a visit to a small, piano-shaped storefront at 266...

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