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Who was Rumi? When did he live? How has his work impacted poetry and literature in the years since his death? Learn more now.
The Guggenheim Museum just welcomed an award-winning poet into their first Poet-in-Residence position. Here's a little about the program.
As subjective as poetry is, there are still some poets who inspire their contemporaries, and even generations. Here are a few of their works, like The Collected Poems of Audre Lorde by Audre Lorde.
There are simply too many amazing Indigenous poets (North American or otherwise) to capture all on one list, but here is a place to start reading, including Postcolonial Love Poem by Natalie Diaz.
Want to read more poetry? Find the best poems of all time -- the most enduring, influential, and popular poems to read.
Whether you're new to poetry or a lifelong poetry lover, this list of 20 must-read queer poetry collections has something for you, including Don’t Call Us Dead by Danez Smith.
This National Poetry Month, curl up with a cup of tea and a fuzzy blanket and read a poem a day, made easy with this 2022 poetry calendar.
Explore the world of poetry and find your new favorite poet with this list of 24 of the best award-winning poetry books, including OBIT.
Mahmoud Darwish is a poet who encapsulates the experiences of Palestinians, tracing themes of exile, freedom, and dislocation.
A reader shares their on-and-off relationship with poetry and what finally made the literary format so appealing for them.