Here are a few super short poems that won’t take much folding to become pocket-sized for this year's Poem in Your Pocket Day.
Get acquainted with the wide world of poetry without spending a dime. Check out these resources to find free poetry online.
The South Asian Disaspora Poets’ Collective, Matwaala, has created a poetry wall, part of a larger two-month program India A La Art—A Cultural Collective.
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One reader got to thinking: "how many books about periods and menopause that are not sciencey can I find?" The answer is quite a few.
Whether it's you or the kids who are feeling the stress, take a deep breath and check out these children's books about yoga and mindfulness.
Get to know Ayurveda, the thousands-year-old sister science to yoga, all about living.
Do you love poetry? How about poetry that touches on other worlds and planes? Then check out the 2019 Rhysling Award winners for speculative poetry.
Take a tour of The Book Loft, a cozy independent bookstore and beacon for book lovers in the middle of Columbus, Ohio's German Village.
With 2019 marking 200 years of celebrating the life of Walt Whitman, we're taking a tour of his life and work at The Morgan Library and Museum.
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With $300 million annually lost in author income due to piracy in publishing, authors, bloggers, and more are finding ways to combat theft.
The Visible Poetry Project has a clear mission: launch 30 videos in the 30 days of April to celebrate National Poetry Month. Get the deets here!
Check out some of the poetry collections authored by poets involved in the Matwaala Poetry Festival from The South Asian Diaspora Poets’ Collective.