EssayBy Barry Miles
A century of Lawrence Ferlinghetti.
EssayBy Daniel Green
James Purdy’s fiction is often bleak and violent. His poetry reveals a softer side.
EssayBy Lily Meyer
In Who is Mary Sue?, Sophie Collins asserts the power of female creativity.
Poem SamplerBy Benjamin Voigt
The groundbreaking and highly influential mid-century master.
Prose from Poetry MagazineBy Jennifer Tseng
A father’s lessons in twenty sketches.
Four Poems in the March 2019 Issue
Article for TeachersBy Lupe Mendez
Using poems to discuss more than poetry in the classroom.
EssayBy Ismail Muhammad
Shane McCrae’s new poems grapple with the intimacies of race.
EssayBy Sarah Fawn Montgomery
Genocide and madness collide in a reinterpretation of Mary Todd Lincoln.
EssayBy Morgan Jerkins
Morgan Parker’s new poems roam through Black joy and grief.