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Bridge of the World: An Interview With Roberto Harrison May 30, 2017: Some stopped writing because they had written their dreams so well. I cannot stop, because I am just beginning to dream, just beginning to see through myself in the world, not so that I can become [...] by

On Mentorship January 31, 2017: 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 creating and sustaining one as an Executive Director [...] by

I’m Trying to Wreck Your Mind, That’s All January 16, 2017: A few people have recently suggested that I write about my poetic evolution. In a poetry community it’s funny how a few can feel like a horde, a clamoring.  “A few people read my book and said [...] by

Poetry Marathon Benefit Reading at Woodland Pattern? Yes, Please! January 30, 2015: Tomorrow, one of our favorite poetry bookshops is hosting one of our favorite annual readings. Of course we’re talking about the good folks at Woodland Pattern Book Center in Milwaukee. If you [...] by

This Weekend: Triple Canopy & Woodland Pattern Host Marathon Readings January 24, 2014: This weekend, the gerunds won’t read themselves! Not for hours on end, anyhow (we don’t know what they do while we’re sleeping). In fact, there are two marathon readings happening [...] by

Good News, Poetry Scholars: University of Wisconsin-Madison Acquires Woodland Pattern Archive November 18, 2013: Amazing news from the University of Wisconsin-Madison: The UW–Madison libraries have acquired the archive of Milwaukee’s Woodland Pattern Book Center (founded in 1979 by Karl Gartung, Anne [...] by

On Wisconsin!—Poetry? YouBetJah! April 29, 2011: In his April 3rd Harriet entry on the anti-union, anti-human mishigas in Madison and beyond, Mark Nowak asks: ‘But this is a poetry blog… What does this have to do with poetry?’ It has [...] by