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Plagiarism [Netherlands]:
In preparation for an article on a poem by Roisin Tierney, the editor of Poƫziepamflet.nl, A.T. van 't Hof, discovered published elsewhere "almost word for word" under a different title by Algerian poet Amari Hamadene. Upon further research on the internet, it also was discovered many of Hamadene's published poems are actually plagiarised from poems by other published poets, including a poem by Jared Carter that appeared in Valparaiso Poetry Review.

Hamadene has published widely in Europe, but also has published poetry in a number of literary journals in the U.S., including The Mississippi Review, The Seneca Review, 13th Warrior, Main Street Rag, etc. In addition, Hamadene apparently has a U.S. publisher that is about to publish a book of poems.
Jonathan Penton writes:
This case is in progress and kind of bizarre; there appears to be a legitimate Algerian poet by this name and an English-speaking plagiarist who has stolen his identity.
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At 2:12 AM, Blogger Collin replied:

This Amari Hamadene was also published in SubtleTea (www.subtletea.com), another great online lit mag, and editor David Herrle removed the poetry. Some have suggested Amari is a hoax, or trying to prove some kind of point about the state of submissions. Hard to tell.    



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