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Sweeping Hearts
Writing poems inspired by Native American music and poetry.
By Elizabeth Raby

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Square Toes and Icy Arms
How to simplify as you personify.
By Catherine Barnett

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Learning the Chant Poem
By Jack Collom

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Summer Reads
Some recent favorite features from poetryfoundation.org
By The Editors

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High and Low
What we write about when we write about celebrities.
By Kathleen Rooney

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Experience, Experiment
Using Black poetry in creative writing classes.
By Patricia Spears Jones

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Escapes
Eight poets reveal their most memorable summer reading experiences.
By Sara Ivry

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As Ever
The letters of Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti chart a 40-year friendship and two storied careers.
By The Editors

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Political Poeticizing
‘The Gift Outright’ and how poetry is built on problems.
By Siobhan Phillips

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The Locals
Why Spoon River Anthology still resonates 100 years later.
By Stefan Beck

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