EssayBy Dan Hancox
A poet finds inspiration in grime music.
EssayBy Stephen Fredman
Robert Duncan at 100.
EssayBy Burt Kimmelman
Michael Lally’s poetry is experimental and unabashedly romantic.
EssayBy Gregory Woods
On the centenary of Gerard Manley Hopkins’s Poems.
EssayBy Fred Sasaki
EssayBy Garrett Caples
The quietly mythic life of Gerrit Lansing.
EssayBy Evan Kindley
For avant-garde poets, audio recording was both a breakthrough and a threat.
EssayBy Maggie Messitt
Susan Eisenberg’s poetry documents the history of women in construction.
EssayBy Tyehimba Jess
Natasha Trethewey’s new career-spanning collection reckons with race and gender in American history.
EssayBy Mayukh Sen
Maya Angelou’s cookbooks are a rich part of her literary legacy.