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  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff May 25, 2012

    We’re shoring up a whole bunch of goodness this week as we dip into the online archive to see what’s new. First up, we have two from the tome—from Ron...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff May 1, 2012

    You may not know this but you're sitting on a treasure trove of poetry! Yes, so much so that sometimes it feels like you need a map to navigate all...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff January 10, 2012

    Guess who's taking over for Dorothea Lasky on Harriet's Twitter feed? C'mon, GUESS! No. Not Bacarri Rambo. It's Eric Baus! #CheckItOut.

  • Foundation News
    By Harriet Staff December 19, 2011

    10. "Haiku Economics" by Stephen T. Ziliak I’m an economist. Yet poetry is my first stop on the way to invention—discovery of metaphors. No matter the audience, a model is a...

  • Foundation News
    By Harriet Staff November 28, 2011

    Photo courtesy of Lawrence Schwartzwald Friday, December 16th at 7pm, poet, DJ, essayist, rabble-rouser and Ubuweb Roi Kenneth Goldsmith will present “My Career in Poetry or: How I Learned to Stop...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff September 21, 2011

    Read all about it here in a little thing we like to call "Yo-Yos with Celery." A taste: Ron: I am quite amazed by who reads my blog. And the...

  • Foundation News
    By Harriet Staff September 6, 2011

    Douglas Kearney--poet, performer, librettist, Cave Canem fellow, author of Fear, Some and The Black Automaton--will be reading here at the Poetry Foundation on September 23 at 7pm as part of...

  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff September 1, 2011

    As the school year begins, we're taking stock here at poetryfoundation.org, gathering together our most-read poems, articles, blog posts, and podcasts to put on display for this here Harriet show-and-tell....

  • Foundation News
    By Harriet Staff August 31, 2011

    On our site, anyway, the most popular poem of the summer--by FAR-- is this 1952 gem from ee cummings, "[i carry your heart with me(i carry it in]." i carry your...

  • Poetry News
    By Poetry Foundation April 18, 2011

    Nikki Giovanni will at the Harold Washington Library in Chicago next Saturday in celebration of National Poetry Month. She took a few minutes to talk about her favorite books, poems,...

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