One traveler goes searching for Chinese poetry in modern Shanghai, and it seems to elude. Until a visit to Du Fu’s cottage.
In the poetry collection “Long After Lauds,” Jeanine Hathaway surprises and often startles with her images and metaphors.
The “100 Coffee Shops” tour begins! Our second stop is Woodstock, New York. And it’s a fabulous one. Highly recommend.
Red Ceilings Press publishes small, beautiful poetry chapbooks by UK-resident authors and free eBook chapbooks by others.
In his almost 1,000-page epic, “The History of the Hobbit,” John Rateliff documents how the beloved story came to be written.
Our February theme is “Heart and Soul,” and today we’re thinking solely about the latter. Let’s take our Souls on a journey in poetry!
In “World Without End,” Claude Wilkinson writes poetry that communicates the beauty and meaning of both the seen and the unseen.
Art critic Laura Cumming layers Dutch history, family memoir and a little known explosion in her book on a single painting, “Thunderclap.”
Gathering Hope is a new occasional column that finds the sublime and hopeful in nature. Come see the “Baby Robin” and experience a hopeful moment of awe and delight.
Edwin Arlington Robinson won the Pulitzer Prize three times for his poetry. He’s a poet for both poets and poetry readers.
Get your favorite steep (or brew) & join us in writing a poem based on “The Poet” by Yone Noguchi.
Poet Moira Linehan had the gifts of simplicity and wisdom, and she shared those gifts in the poems of her collection “Toward.”
It’s Poetry at Work Day 2024, and we have several resources to help you celebrate, create, and inspire your friends and coworkers.
What happened when we journeyed to the famous Louvre museum? Enjoy this fun veni, vidi, vici story, and craft a poem on the way.
“Drawing Dracula Daily” by Sara Barkat is a collection of almost 200 illustrations of scenes from the Bram Stoker gothic novel.
We’re going on holiday. But before we go, we’re sharing a few things for you to unwrap while we’re away. See you on Jan 2!
In “A Method, A Path,” British poet Rowan Evans points to the music in poetry, and to the poetry in music.
A new art book for lovers of gothic classics. Drawing Dracula Daily has almost 200 illustrations that chronicle the original tale!
Over a lifetime, Rick Maxon found poetry—even though he began by writing “horrible poems” (as he says) and even though he originally felt perplexed when trying to read poems.
“Under the Pearl Moon” by Rick Maxson moves you from where and when you’re reading into your own personal memory palace.