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  • Podcasts that focus on poetry and its place in the world.

  • By Sina Queyras

    There may not be much poetry to read on my iPod, but there is a lot of poetry to listen to. So, if you're a gym rat, you can take...

  • By Major Jackson

    Confession #4,080: I am a podcast junkie. A near-brutal, weekly commute last year forced me to seek alternatives to NPR’s apple-pie programming. Don’t get me wrong: I wish I...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    Literary Hub has poets Chen Chen and Craig Perez in conversation this week, helpfully guiding us to what's most exciting in and around contemporary Asian/Pacific/American (APA) poetries. An excerpt from their interview: [Craig Perez:]...

    Craig Santos Perez
  • By Terrance Hayes

    What does the Internet and its boundless resources mean to the poet compelled to turn information into imagery and ideas? Maybe this could describe all poets. Surely someone somewhere has...

  • Foundation News
    By Poetry Foundation

    You might have noticed we have a new look! The redesign of poetryfoundation.org culminates a nearly two-year project that aims to bring users an engaging, immersive online reading experience while...

  • By Rachel Zucker

    I’m training for the NYC women’s only 1/2 marathon on April 25th. I’ve never done anything like this before. Until this training I’d never run more than 3 miles. It...

  • From Poetry Magazine
    By Don Share

    I let the Chicago Reader (happy 40th birthday, CR!) scoop us on this, but check out our appearance in, of all things, a bona fide gossip column: What Was Arcade...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    In between Detroit and Milwaukee, poet Stephen McLaughlin stopped by the office today to talk about his 60-day bus trip across the continent. He looked remarkably good, considering...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    "David Morley, an ecologist who studied the impact of acid rain in the Lake District, has won the Ted Hughes award for New Work in Poetry," reports the Independent. Morley's...

  • By Poetry Foundation

    Check out our roundup of 4th of July poems, podcasts, articles, and more in Becca Klaver's feature "I Hear America Singing."

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    By Tan Lin

    Tan Lin: Can you tell me how Gauss PDF got started? and when exactly? Gordon Faylor: GPDF's inaugural release came about in November 2010. By that point, I'd made a good...

  • By Harriet Staff

    In our darkest hours, we fear we are alone in our passion for Victorian poetry. Does no one else memorize Browning? Weep softly over Tennyson? Giggle over Swinburne? But today...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    We're always happy to find the occasion to celebrate the poetry of Adrienne Rich. Our excuse today is that it's her b-day! The good folks over at brain pickings have...

  • Poetry News
    By Travis Nichols

    The greatest poet of the great war? "This bright-skinned papa's boy": Rita Dove's Sonata Mulattica Is the economy good for small bookstores? Declaim the joy's of Jersey spring 30 poets, 30 days, 30 podcasts Seamus...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    At the Huffington Post, Jen Benka—poet and director of The Academy of American Poets—responds to the onslaught of "Is Poetry Dead?" articles that arrive each April, just in time for...

  • By Terrance Hayes

    A fear of boredom (what’s the medical term for that?) compels me to try something different every day here: lists; imaginary poems, novels, and essays; little book reviews. We’ll see....

  • By Martin Earl

    What will come after the blog? Where do bloggers go from here? Has the form, as is typical of new media, aged precociously? Are the big print media outlets, with...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    Mediabistro's GalleyCat reports that Ira Silverberg, Director of Literature Programs for the NEA, will leave his position in July. He has been at the NEA since 2011. In his absence, Amy Stolls,...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    Philip Levine, a longtime singer of the working world, will succeed W.S. Merwin as our poet laureate. The Library of Congress will make the announcement today, but in the meantime,...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    Wow! We just discovered Kelsey Street Press's well-comprehensive and completely delectable podcasts. Woo-wee! How did THIS ONE fall under our radar? There's a recording of Kathleen Fraser in conversation with...

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