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How a tone-deaf economics professor found a new calling in poetry.
100 Years of Poetry: The Magazine and War
A historical look at the role of poetry in wartime.
One Class, 36,000 Students
Can a MOOC teach poetry?
Rimbaud in Embryo
The lost poet Samuel Greenberg and the critical debate over his influence.
100 Years of Poetry: Designing the Magazine, 1912–2012
A detailed look at our typographical history.
We’ve matched 12 commanders-in-chief with the poets that inspired them.
The Art of Motherhood
Love, Anger, and Language Play in Brenda Shaughnessy's Our Andromeda.
100 Years of Poetry: ‘In the Middle of Major Men’
The women who edited and defined Poetry magazine.
‘Indians in T-shirts’
The Institute of American Indian Arts, now in its 50th year, encourages its students to upend conventional expectations of Native American culture
100 Years of Poetry: May Swenson and the Life of Publication
Can visionary poetry be edited?