Two poets who are applying new uses of language to approach social issues
Yezzi looks into Geoffrey Hill's poetry upon Hill's death
Gay Pride in the shadow of the Orlando nightclub shooting
Poems about mothers by Sharon Olds and Cornelius Eady.
The poignancy of Father's Day, for those who have lost their fathers
A close reading of the Gerard Manley Hopkins's classic poem.
Love poems from the archive for Valentine's Day.
All about flarf.
Dorothea Lasky's charming, powerful poetry takes readers by surprise.
Making money from poetry, and opting to be forgotten
Recent approaches to poetry, from the perspective of mothers
Old and new poems about unnamed lovers
The skeptical, clear-eyed poetry of Alan Dugan
Danez Smith and Brian Russell examine how we label acts of violence, and the power of poetry to connect the political with the deeply personal.
On two recent, complicated love poems
Lola Ridge's poetry of social protest
Hannah Gamble and Roger Reeves talk about girlhood and growing up in the Pentecostal Church.
Remembering and celebrating some of the poets who died in 2015
Robert Hayden's harrowing narrative poem on the slave trade
Erika L. Sánchez and Jacob Saenz talk about sex in music and poetry.
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