EssayBy Lily Gurton-Wachter
A new tradition of war poetry exposes the hidden relationships between power and language.
EssayBy The Editors
A new Manual Cinema video brings World War I poetry to life.
EssayBy Ed Simon
Thomas Wyatt, the first great poet of totalitarianism, speaks to the anxieties of troubled times.
Prose from Poetry MagazineBy Don Share
On Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize recipient Martín Espada.
Prose from Poetry MagazineBy Marianne Boruch
A new perspective on views—and being viewy.
Prose from Poetry MagazineBy Ange Mlinko
Drafts, Fragments, and Poems: The Complete Poetry, by Joan Murray.
Four poems in the November 2018 issue.
Article for TeachersBy Elizabeth Metzger Sampson
Frameworks for introducing poetry to the elementary classroom.
EssayBy Logan Berry & Kathleen Rooney
Aase Berg’s poetry combines horror and kitsch.
Poem SamplerBy Benjamin Voigt