Lorde, who died in 1992, was a civil rights champion and famously described herself as "Black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet."
Viking Books for Young Readers has announced plans to print one million copies each of the acclaimed poet's upcoming three books, including "The Hill We Climb: An Inaugural Poem for the Country."
Gorman, "a self-described future candidate for the United States presidency," read her poem at Joe Biden's swearing in.
These satires mention the coronavirus pandemic, Steve Kornacki, and even Four Seasons Total Landscaping.
As the poet once wrote, "Forever is composed of nows."
It was EE Cummings who once wrote, "I'd rather learn from one bird how to sing than teach ten thousand stars how not to dance."
"Fall has always been my favorite season. The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale."
In addition to his critically acclaimed music projects like Silver Jews and Purple Mountains, Berman was a well-regarded poet.
Tatour was convicted of inciting violence and supporting terrorist groups through poems posted to social media.
Sitting down with Henry Winkler is surprising and fun—as is his portrayal of Gene Cousineau in "Barry."
Science is a fickle muse. In celebration of National Poetry Month, here are some science poems for your reading pleasure.
America's foremost literary magazine has digitized its deep archives, going back to founder George Plimpton.
2016 winners also included Ibram X. Kendi in nonfiction; Daniel Borzutzky in poetry; and John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell in young people's literature.
The poet, essayist and playwright is one of 23 new fellows announced Thursday by the MacArthur Foundation.
Additional winners include 'The Sympathizer' by Viet Thanh Nguyen in fiction and the Associated Press in the public service journalism category.
The poet is seeking asylum in the country he "fell in love with."
The National Book Foundation also announces winners in poetry and young people's literature.
Nearly a century after Williams published "The Red Wheelbarrow," a literary critic has uncovered its owner's identity.
At 85, the multi-talented Pulitzer Prize–winning poet Gary Snyder has a new book and shows little sign of slowing down.