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Harriet

A literary blog about poetry and related news
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  • Featured Blogger
    By Nick Twemlow

    Ten years ago, Canarium Books became a reality. From my vantage a decade out, this venture—which I co-edit with the publisher Josh Edwards, and Robyn Schiff and Lynn Xu—appears to have been inevitable. Largely, because of...

    A shelf of Canarium Book titles
  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    As the New Yorker's Dan Chiasson attests, this year has not been great. Who knows what the grim future holds? "These days, it’s a morning highlight when I find a...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    At the Rumpus, Robyn Schiff lets loose a deluge of wisdom in an interview with Emma Winsor Wood. The two focus on Schiff's latest title A Woman of Property, questions...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    "We’ve all had the experience of trying to power down our minds before sleep; [Robyn] Schiff has made an art of that anxious, self-patrolling state," writes Dan Chiasson for the...

  • From Poetry Magazine
    By Lindsay Garbutt

    Great Wave, 2012 by Guy Laramée The Reading List is a feature of Poetry magazine’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the December issue share some books that held their...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    The results are in: according to an article recently published at Mic, writing expressively about traumatic, stressful, or emotional events for 15 to 20 minutes a day over the course...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    At the Los Angele Review of Books, Shane McCrae gets into the nitty gritty of small press publishing with the editors of Canarium Books. The interviews are fascinating documents on...

  • By Christian Bök

    Rachel Zucker asks us to consider whether or not we might prefer our poems to be either timeless or timelier. Historically, avant-garde poets have often called into question any reliable...

  • By Emily Warn

    By day and night, Christine Deavel is the co-owner of OPEN BOOKS, Seattle’s poetry-only bookstore. She likes her clothes to help sell books. Case in point: She hopes her sweatshop-free,...

  • By Christian Bök

    The Xenotext is my nine-year long attempt to create an example of “living poetry.” I have been striving to write a short verse about language and genetics, whereupon I use...

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