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In this Read Harder Challenge post, we're recommending books for the task asking you to read a book of nature poems.
A list of 20 New Year's Poems that are hopeful, positive, and reflective to read at the beginning of the year for a new start.
From the poet's mouth to your ears--listen to some excellent poetry performed by the authors of each of these collections.
Find powerful memoirs in verse by women about growing up African American, refugee life, and more to move you with courage and wisdom.
Catch up on the 2020 Elgin Award winners and some of the nominees, and find new speculative poetry to consume in small doses.
Explore the world of speculative poetry with the 2020 Elgin Awards Winners for Best Full-Length Poetry Collection.
Don't miss reading these powerful and poignant books by Asian American poets engaging their diverse backgrounds in diverse ways.
Want to know where some of those famous poetic quotes came from? Take a peek at the most cited poems at weddings, funerals, and in pop culture.
Glorious poetry by queer poets that highlights struggles of being queer in this heteronormative world, and our small victories.
You'll fall in love with these Mary Oliver gifts featuring t-shirts, jewelry, stickers, and more.
A reader recounts the poignant experience of participating in the Sealey Challenge, reading poetry every day throughout August.
These collections of poetry aren’t just transformative, but informative; one reader shares history lessons learned in collections like Don’t Let Me Be Lonely by Claudia Rankine.
The Barjeel Art Foundation has opened a new, no-fee ekphrastic poetry prize for teens and adults. There are six categories.
Poetry is a natural way into Buddhism. Here are some great collections to get you started.
Most bots are banal. Some bots are malicious. But there are also a few bots that bring a bit of wonder and poetry into your timeline.