Hope is not easy to come by these days. Unless you know where to look. Ari Satok did – in the unlikeliest of places.
Adler’s story is a grand tour of suffering. He was, at the very least, experienced enough to document the suffering of the Jews for posterity.
The paradox at the heart of Kafka and Benjamin is at the heart of this book as well – understanding that this, whatever it is, cannot be understood.
Chana Bloch, a noted poet, peace activist and professor, has died at 77.
Russian poet Dmitry Kuzmin is an important voice for his country’s LGBTQ community and can help foreign readers contextualize the current Chechen crisis.
Revisiting the poetry of Paul Celan, one of the 20th century’s most important and inventive poets.
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.