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.
EssayBy Logan Berry & Kathleen Rooney
Aase Berg’s poetry combines horror and kitsch.
EssayBy David Naimon
Ursula K. Le Guin’s poetry reveals a writer humbled by the craft.
EssayBy Tony Rehagen
Indigenous poets confront an epidemic of missing and murdered women.
EssayBy Colin Dickey
Ed Dorn’s Gunslinger reimagines America’s frontier myths.
EssayBy Rick Paulas
Homeless poets find an outlet in street newspapers.
EssayBy Ed Pavlić
Pauli Murray’s Dark Testament reintroduces a major Black poet.
EssayBy Rachel Mennies
How to teach bewildering poems.