A Political and Literary Forum
Susan Stewart's new poetry collection questions the power and potential of her own art.
The Book of Disquiet performs something like a literary vanishing point.
Poetry and activism share an uneasy relationship.
David Micah Greenberg
A poem a day, everyday, in honor of National Poetry Month.
Two new translations resurrect Mexico’s most enigmatic and paradoxical Baroque poet.
On the electric poetry of Christopher Salerno.
New poetry from Molly Bendall, Dana Levin, Simone White, Anna Moschovakis, and Elaine Equi.
The anonymous collective BLUNT RESEARCH GROUP transmutes voices from the archive into lyric form.
On the poetry of francine j. harris.
Trump's inauguration featured no poetry. We fixed that.
In times of crisis, we summon up our strength.
Juan Felipe Herrera
Marking a moment of rupture, summoning the collective strength found in the language of poetry.
Vital reading on politics, literature, and more in your inbox
Shellyne Rodriguez, Billy Anania
Carmen Lea Dege
David Theo Goldberg
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