On National Poetry Day, we introduced you to four of our favorite American Jewish poets. Now, for World Poetry Day, get to know three Latin American Jewish poets.
The New Yorker recently launched a Twitter and Facebook bot that shares poetry from their archive on a daily basis.
The Maryland Institute College of Art recently donated hundreds of audio recordings of poets, artists, and scholars, to archive.org
Even after 21 years, Ubu.com, a project by poet Kenneth Goldsmith, continues to be an example of the internet’s highest potential.
Poems have been appearing above the streets in Jerusalem. Their references to Isaiah seem particularly apt today.
Here, I have no counter-argument. I simply—singly—hope for the best.
For National Poetry Day, we highlight the work of Adrienne Rich, Philip Levine, Louise Gluck and Howard Nemerov.
Poetry has become a lightning rod in Israeli politics — especially the kind written by Darwish. Mira Sucharov explains why.
Unlike T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Wallace Stevens and William Carlos Williams, poet Marianne Moore had an affinity for the Jewish people. Editor Linda Leavell reflects upon Moore’s decided lack of anti-semitism.
Armed with their typewriters and the whims of passerby as inspiration, a number of writers are bringing the craft of poetry to the masses — by writing poems as people wait on the street.