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Stephanie Young on ‘Business Feminism’ at Los Angeles Review of Books February 28, 2017: With a nod to the recent Women’s March, with its oscillating signs and banners, Stephanie Young meditates on feminist activism’s relationship with bookstores. Young’s exploration [...] by

‘Pop Your Mind’s Bubble Wrap’ With Spin’s List of Poets Who Heart Popular Culture November 8, 2016: Andy Emitt’s Spin Magazine feature “Celebrating Pop Poetics: 25 Poets Who Draw Inspiration From Music Icons,” presents a list of contemporary poets who slay like rock stars, pop [...] by

Stephanie Young on Aunt Lute Books June 9, 2016: Small Press Distribution is celebrating its new partnership with Aunt Lute Books, publisher of Judy Grahn’s A Simple Revolution. Stephanie Young writes about how Grahn’s book [...] by

National Poetry Month on Harriet, Brought to You by Dawn Lundy Martin, Daniel Borzutzky, Stephanie Young, & Brandon Shimoda April 1, 2016: This year for National Poetry Month we’ve decided to try something different. Starting on Monday and running through April, the blog will be guest-edited by four past Harriet contributors: Dawn [...] by

Juliana Spahr & Stephanie Young Problematize the ‘Mainly White Room’ of the Literary Community September 21, 2015: We’d be remiss to think we could easily summarize “The Program Era and the Mainly White Room,” by Juliana Spahr and Stephanie Young, published this weekend at the Los Angeles Review [...] by

Celebrate The United States of Awesome: Krupskaya’s Open Reading Period is Now ’til August 1 July 6, 2015: Krupskaya Books, edited by Stephanie Young, Brandon Brown (pictured above with Stephanie Young), Kevin Killian, and Jocelyn Saidenberg, is hosting an open reading period all summer-long. That’s [...] by

Post-Poetry, Part 1: CryptoPo April 15, 2015: In this and the rest of my Harriets I want to talk about the conditions for what I’ll loosely call Post-Poetry: Crypto, AnonyPo, Outlander-, and Lulz. More than anything, these are strategies for [...] by

Adjuncts Speak Out: Stephanie Young, David Buuck, and Christian Nagler in Conversation December 4, 2014: At the end of summer, I went back to school and sat down with three Bay Area Adjunct Writing Instructors (*and poets!) who are leading the charge locally toward better working conditions for adjuncts [...] by

Mills College Adjunct Instructors Fight for the Right to Unionize August 4, 2014: The East Bay Express slam dunks this recent article about Mills College adjunct faculty’s fight to earn a living-wage. While shedding light on the plight of Bay Area adjunct professors, many of [...] by

April Sure Was a Busy Month! May 5, 2014: We’re back! While we were out of the newsroom a few things happened—here’s a brief run-down! Jackqueline Frost’s debut book of poems, The Antidote (Compline, 2013) is now [...] by