Poetry Roundup: Banker’s Dozen

For those of you who haven’t already heard, the poet Joshua Clover and 11 University of California Davis students are being “threatened with 11 years each in jail and… More

Magazines, Small Presses, and Poetry Online

Also, in Poets.org related news, congratulations to Matthew Rasmussen for winning the 2012 Walt Whitman Award! Matt’s “book-length collection of poems Black Aperture, which will be published in the… More

The Moment of Change Is the Only Poem

On March 27, we lost poet, seminal essayist, and activist Adrienne Rich. The loss resonates all the more in the months when women’s rights are once more (and when… More

Chapbooks for Everyone!

Last week was New York’s 2012 Poetry Chapbook Festival. New Yorkers could buy chapbooks straight from the people who make them, see a ton of great poets read their… More

Writ in Water

Happy World Water Day. Here we’d like to drop for you some words that were, like our names, writ in and on water–about things you could do today to… More

What Poets Write

What do poets write and say when they don’t write pomes and poetics essays—or poems that ARE poetics essays? More

Poetry, Not Just a Book

Poetry is not just a book anymore. Beyond online journals, poems happily interact with film and video, music, dance, and, well, we’re here today to celebrate all the ways… More

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