Nearly a hundred new poems appeared in The New Yorker in 2015. These included some of the last work by Philip Levine and C. K. Williams, who died this year, as well as a previously unpublished poem written
Citizen: An American Lyric, described by jury as a ‘powerful book for our time’, collects £10,000 award for best collection A book described by one critic as eavesdropping “on America and a racism that
As a festival in London celebrates the art of love poetry, Lucy Scholes discovers how writers around the world express emotions through verse. Love, as we all know, is a many-splendoured thing. Quite many
In her spoken word poem "Suffragette 69" posted by Button Poetry and performed at Macalester College during the 2014 College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational semifinals, Anna Binkovitz pays tribute to B.