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In honor of National Poetry Month, we publish one poem every day in April, plus extra features weekly. Below is a record of the poems, updated daily:
April 1 – Brandon Kreitler, Song
April 2 – Sarah Bates, Two Poems
April 3 – Jane Yeh, A Short History of Destruction
April 4 – Diana Goetsch, WHITMAN
April 5 – Mervyn Taylor, Two Poems
April 6 – Evie Shockley, les milles
April 7 – Camille Guthrie, Diamonds
April 8 – Aaron Coleman, Two Poems
April 9 – Alejandro Albarrán Polanco, from Multitasking (trans. Rachel Galvin)
April 10 – Brett Fletcher Lauer, Poem of No Regrets
April 11 – Nazifa Islam, Three Poems
April 12 – Farnoosh Fathi, Two Poems
April 13 – Stephanie Burt, Two Poems
April 14 – Ed Pavlić, Don’t Ask: A Questionnaire
April 15 – Kimiko Hahn, A Dusting
April 16 – Daniel Borzutzky, How I Got Here
April 17 – Lillian-Yvonne Bertram, @Tubman’s_Rock
April 18 – Hiromi Itō, Cooking, Writing Poetry (trans. Jeffrey Angles)
April 19 – Aditi Machado, Epistle
April 20 – Eduardo Martinez-Leyva, Three Poems
April 21 – Prageeta Sharma, My Poem About Last Sounds
April 22 – Georges Henein, Two Poems (trans. Jay Deshpande)
April 23 – Mia You, The Holographic Principle
April 24 – Ali Power, Make It So
April 25 – Omar Cáceres, Two Poems (trans. Mónica de la Torre)
April 26 – Molly Bendall, Two Poems
April 27 – Jordan Joy Hewson, Three Poems
April 28 – Vanessa Angélica Villarreal, Chirality
April 29 – Kamilah Aisha Moon, For Alem
April 30 – John Beer, from Darklands
Want more? Check out last year's National Poetry Month.
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