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October 10, 2017

sam sax
October 10, 2017

The linked sequence is a popular staple inside many contemporary poetry collections—often borrowing as much from the essay form as from either the epic or lyric tradition.

October 11, 2017

Sharon Dolin
October 11, 2017

"Craft is a trick you make up to let you write the poem," Anne Sexton wrote.

October 12, 2017

Jenny Xie
October 12, 2017

“I will do anything to avoid boredom.

November 16, 2017

Stanley Kunitz Dinner Log
Exhibition Opening
November 16, 2017

In celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Poets House, 30 Years!

October 21, 2017

DéLana R. A. Dameron
October 21, 2017

NOTE: The final class in this six-week series will be held on Sunday, November 19, 2017, 11:30am-2:00pm

November 18, 2017

Monica Youn
November 18, 2017

National Book Award finalist Monica Youn discusses the history of poetry through the lens of the sonnet.

November 19, 2017

DéLana R. A. Dameron
November 19, 2017

“We tell this story every year,” Natasha Trethewey says in “Incident" from her prize-winning collection Native Guard. What happens when you tell and re-tell a story?

December 02, 2017

Brenda Shaughnessy
December 02, 2017

Brenda Shaughnessy is the author of So Much Synth (Copper Canyon Press, 2016); Our Andromeda (Copper Canyon Press 2012), which was a finalist for the Griffin Inte

Camille Dungy
December 02, 2017

American Book Award winner Camille Dungy considers five important poems that reveal what it means to be at home in America.

Brenda Shaughnessy
December 02, 2017

Brenda Shaughnessy is the author of So Much Synth (Copper Canyon Press, 2016); Our Andromeda (Copper Canyon Press 2012), which was a finalist for the Griffin Inte

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