Kim Harvey

Kim Harvey is a bi poet, public servant, and proud dog mom from Richmond, Virginia who currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is an Associate Editor for Palette Poetry and an alumni of the Squaw Valley Community of Writers. Her poems have appeared in Rattle, 3Elements Review, Wraparound South, Typishly, Poets Reading the News and Barren Magazine. She was awarded 2nd Prize in the Comstock Review’s 2017 Muriel Craft Bailey Poetry Contest and received Special Merit in 2018. Most recently, she was awarded 3rd Prize in the 2019 Barren Press Poetry Contest. 

Poetry We Admire

Poetry We Admire: Place

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For August’s Poetry We Admire, we’ve gathered seven recent poems from across the web that engage with the theme of Place. Sit back and enjoy the ride as we explore the stunning landscapes in these beauties from Traci Brimhall in Terrain.org, José Olivarez in Guesthouse, Faylita Hicks in The Adroit Journal, Travis Cravey in Marías at Sampaguitas, Catherine Pierce in The Shore, Nadia Escalante Andrade translated by Cecilia Weddell in Harvard Review Online and Sharon Tracey in SWWIM Every Day.

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Poetry We Admire: Praise

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For July’s Poetry We Admire on Praise, we continue to #amplifymelanatedvoices. Again this month, we choose to let these extraordinary poems speak for themselves. All praise goes to the amazing Angelo Geter in Poem-a-Day, Sanam Sheriff in The Offing, Ina Cariño in Waxwing, Nikky Finney in Blood Orange Review, and Assétou Xango in Poem-a-Day.

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Poetry We Admire: Body

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It seems nearly everyone is craving something they’ve given up, so for our January Poetry We Admire, Palette offers you some delicious, nutritious, calorie-free poetry—specifically our own little “best of” collection of recently published poems around the net on theme of Body.

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Poetry We Admire: Light

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For our December Poetry We Admire, we’ve curated some of the best recently published poems out there around the theme of “Light.” Let’s celebrate light-bringing poems from Salamander, Ice Floe Press, Black Bough Poetry, Raw Art Review, The Shore, and Rattle.

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