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The Rise of Online Poetry July 18, 2013: Social media may not be the death of creativity after all. An article in The Independent explores the idea of Twitter creating a new and interesting forum for poetic expression. “Twihaiku” or [...] by

Celebrating (and preserving) ten years of E-Poetry March 21, 2011: 2011 marks the 10-year anniversary of the E-Poetry Festival. The biennial “artist-oriented gathering” is returning to the place of its birth, SUNY Buffalo in May. On her blog, Lori [...] by

What would letterpress for the iPad do for fine publishers? March 6, 2011: In The Faster Times, Andrew Gorin introduces LetterMpress, the letterpress app for the iPad created by graphic designer John Bonadies. Letterpress is a favorite format for publishers of fine poetry [...] by

Navigating the Whale of Amherst December 22, 2010: Nick Montfort and Stephanie Strickland first began working on Sea and Spar Between a year ago, expecting that their poetry generator would take only a few days to complete. Now published on Dear [...] by

David Pogue finally gets with the Tuscan Milk literary phenomenon December 17, 2010: Yesterday’s Pogue’s Posts proves that sometimes you have to forgo the latest in technology for a proven, if years old, winner. The comments section on Amazon.com’s Tuscan Milk has [...] by

Mad at Your Family? There’s a Poetry App for That… May 21, 2010: Our brand new FREE Poetry app is now available. It’s kind of like a moving, mobile poetry library with poems from Poetry magazine and the public domain–see for yourself: Download it at [...] by