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  • From Poetry Magazine
    By Holly Amos

    Contributors to the March 2019 issue share some recommendations.

  • From Poetry Magazine
    By Holly Amos

    Contributors to the February 2019 issue share some recommendations.

    A yellow background with black text that reads "Revealing a racial marker in a poem is like revealing a gun in a story or like revealing a nipple in a dance." The text is attributed to Monica Youn.
  • From Poetry Magazine
    By Holly Amos

    Contributors to the January 2019 issue share some recommendations.

    Royal blue text that reads "But what did I know, apart from the sparks that came from poems?" on a sky blue background. The text is attributed to Stephen Duffy (in white).
  • From Poetry Magazine
    By Holly Amos

    Contributors to the December 2018 issue share some recommendations.

    White text on a black background that reads "at the end of the world, / let there be you, my world" and is attributed to Danez Smith.
  • From Poetry Magazine
    By Holly Amos

    The Reading List is a feature of Poetry’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the November 2018 issue share some recommendations.

    White text on a maroon background that reads "There are fresh worlds still to be heard," attributed to Frank Sherlock.
  • From Poetry Magazine
    By Holly Amos

    Contributors to the October 2018 issue share some recommendations.

    White text on a red background that reads "Radiance, we know, is never quite as warm as light" and is attributed to Sarah Gridley.
  • From Poetry Magazine
    By Holly Amos

    Contributors to the September 2018 issue share some recommendations.

    White text on a blue background that reads "The language of poetry is infinite, but the language of logic is only apparently infinite," which is attributed to Inger Christensen
  • From Poetry Magazine
    By Holly Amos

    The Reading List is a feature of Poetry’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the July/August 2018 issue share some recommendations.

    Blue text that reads "If you can't save people, / at least don't hate them." Underneath is "Dunya Mikhail" in black text. The background is white.
  • From Poetry Magazine
    By Holly Amos

    The Reading List is a feature of Poetry’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the June 2018 issue share some recommendations.

    Hot pink background with White text that reads "There is no such thing as Native American poetry." Below the white text, in black text, the quote is attributed to Heid E. Erdrich.
  • From Poetry Magazine
    By Holly Amos

    The Reading List is a feature of Poetry’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the May 2018 issue share some recommendations.

    Black background with white text attributed to Chase Berggrun that reads: "My journey is mapped and ready / I am only taking one dress"
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