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  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    In Sina Queyras's words, Lisa Robertson dares to think differently across all of her conceptual frameworks and in particular, this latest excursion, 3 Summers,...

  • From Poetry Magazine
    By Lindsay Garbutt

    Kazim Ali I read some books because I am teaching them, others because I might be reviewing them, others are only for my pleasure....

  • From Poetry Magazine
    By Sina Queyras

    [Note: The Editors’ Blog occasionally features online exclusives by Poetry’s contributors. This installment comes from Sina Queyras. Past exclusives can be found here.] In 2004, I started a...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    "If anyone can write a Cindy Sherman still, Sina Queyras can," writes Michaela Mullin at Nomadic Sojourns, of Queyras's newest book, MxT (or Memory...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    Mark Medley at Canada's National Post reviews Sina Queyras's newest collection of poems, M x T. The title, M x T stands for "Memory...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    For those of you desiring to keep up with the most recent incarnation of debate/discussion around Conceptual writing--started anew with Cal Bedient's piece on...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    We love Elisa Gabbert's poetry and perfume-essays, but we also adore her blog, The French Exit. Gabbert totally owns the list post genre. For a...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    Over at Best American Poetry, some of our favorite poets--Sandra Simonds, Sina Queyras, Elisa Gabbert, Shanna Compton, Juliana Spahr, Vanessa Place and Danielle Pafunda--had...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    Our friend Sina Queyras has a pretty amazing resource up on her blog, Lemon Hound. As she writes, it includes "[o]ver 30 reviewers including...

  • By Gillian Conoley

    In the 22nd century, what will the line look like and do?  Will the line continue to have its traditional roots ("traditional" not meaning...

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