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Prose from Poetry Magazine
To Be Incarnational
By Tom Sleigh

Left Behind
Can poetry comfort the grieving?
By Joy Katz

Poem Sampler
Common Core State Standards Text Exemplars
Poems to integrate into your English Language Arts classroom.
By The Editors

'Finding a Window'
Nikky Finney on the South, Condoleezza Rice, and why curiosity trumps rage.
By Kimberly Reyes

A Little Society
From the Brontës to Dorothy and William Wordsworth, literary siblings challenge assumptions of lonely genius.
By Casey N. Cep

Unsettling Emily Dickinson
The co-editor of The Gorgeous Nothings talks about the challenges of editing the iconic poet.
By The Editors

Just Kids
Kill Your Darlings, a new film about a young Allen Ginsberg and friends, tracks life before the Beats.
By Andrea Lawlor

Forever — is composed of Nows —
How poet Emily Dickinson continues to inspire.
By The Editors

Poem Sampler
U.S. Latino/a Voices in Poetry
Exploring Latin@ American poetry and culture.
By The Editors

We Are All Clowns
Lyn Hejinian on her groundbreaking My Life and reordering time.
By Emily Warn

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