From this issue July/August 2017
By Sarah Gambito
I was so afraid. I couldn’t escape it. It was bigger than me and 3
By Chen Chen
Big smelly bowel movements this blue January morning.
By Garrett Hongo
In December 1941, after Lvov had already been seized by Nazis while
From The Poetry Magazine PodcastJuly 2017
The editors discuss Li-Young Lee's "Changing Places in the Fire" from the July/August 2017 issue of Poetry.
By Lindsay Garbutt
We’re thrilled to be celebrating our July/August 2017 issue this week at the Asian American Literature Festival in Washington, D.C. We hope you’ll join us at the following events, which...
Asian American Identity in the July/August 2017 Poetry
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