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Prose from Poetry Magazine
Reporting Poetry
A PBS correspondent on Homer, Haiti, and the news that stays news
By Jeffrey Brown

Prose from Poetry Magazine
The Poetic Torture-House of Language
How poetry relates to ethnic cleansing
By Slavoj Žižek

Prose from Poetry Magazine
Playing by Ear, Praying for Rain: The Poetry of James Baldwin
By Nikky Finney

Prose from Poetry Magazine
By Sarah Browning

Poem Sampler
Asian American Voices in Poetry
A collection of poets and articles exploring Asian American culture.
By The Editors

The Man and the Manners
What do Robert Frost’s letters reveal?
By Adam Plunkett

Where Shall I Begin?
Inspiration and instruction in poetry’s first lines.
By Jessica Greenbaum

‘Are We All Monsters?’
Philip Schultz’s The Wherewithal grapples with the Holocaust, poverty, Vietnam, and then some.
By Jacob Silverman

‘Welcome to It’
Camille Rankine says she never expects anything.  But perhaps she should.
By Kimberly Reyes

Poem Sampler
Valentines Poems
Send your beloved a love poem.
By The Editors

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