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National Poetry Month @ Your Library

National Poetry Month @ Your Library

American Poetry Review

American Poetry Review presents a diverse array of contemporary poetry and literary prose. It aims to expand the audience interested in poetry and literature, and to provide authors, especially poets, with a far-reaching forum in which to present their work.

Beloit Poetry Journal

The longstanding mission of Beloit Poetry Journal is to seek out and share work of fresh and lasting power, poems that speak startling, complicated, necessary truths and that do so in surprising and beautiful ways.

Contemporary Poetry

This eBook discusses the work of more than 60 poets from multiple countries and guides students through the key ideas and movements in the study of poetry today.

Intwasa Poetry

This eBook contains memorable poems from inside and outside Zimbabwe. The fifteen poets who are brought together in this collection have all read from their work at the Intwasa Arts Festival KoBulawayo. Poems include topics of love, sensuality, humor, compassion, yearning, sadness, loss, and outrage. They range from the intensely personal poems to reflections of life at this pivotal time in Zimbabwe's history.

Poetry South

Poetry South is a national journal of poetry published annually in December by the low-residency MFA program in creative writing at Mississippi University for Women.

Poets & Writers Magazine

This bimonthly magazine publishes essays on literary life, profiles of contemporary authors, and contains a comprehensive listing of literary grants and awards, deadlines, and prize winners.

Women’s Poetry

This eBook examines the production and reception of poetry by a range of women writers - predominantly although not exclusively writing in English - from Sappho through Anne Bradstreet and Emily Bronte to Sylvia Plath, Eavan Boland, and Susan Howe. Women's Poetry offers a thematic study of key texts, poets and issues, analyzing commonalities and differences across diverse writers, periods, and forms. The book is alert, throughout, to the diversity of women's poetry. Close readings of selected texts are combined with a discussion of key theories and critical practices, and students are encouraged to think about women's poetry in the light of debates about race, class, ethnicity, sexuality, and regional and national identity.