From the Archives: Stanley Kunitz on Poetry in a Time of Crisis
The late Poets House co-founder and U.S. Poet Laureate Stanley Kunitz argued that poets are “stronger than tyrants” even as the “American myth belongs to politics and power.”
From the Archives: Emerging Poets on Poetry & the Body
Alumni of the Emerging Poets Fellowship address the theme of the body in writing generated through their discoveries in the Poets House library.
From the Archives: Édouard Glissant & Derek Walcott in Conversation about the Epic
A debate about the long poem between two giants of Caribbean literature at Poets House in 1991.