poets

How do you draw the line between not wanting to live anymore and wanting to die?
Answer by Brad Gooch, Poet, Novelist, and Biographer, and author of Rumi's Secret, on Quora. Rumi is one of the greatest
The unacknowledged assumption inherent in all this courtly mean-well is unwittingly dismissive: that poets of a certain age
Poets pay attention to signals. It's always legitimate for them to ask questions about institutional actions that might impact the community of working poets, and how the public views and understands poetry.
This brings me back where I began: poets are artists of the intentional; they are artists using signs that point to things
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Call me a fool or call me an idealist. All I know is through stillness and meditation at least for one day, I was called a poet.
Emily Skillings is the author of two chapbooks: Backchannel (Poor Claudia) and Linnaeus: The 26 Sexual Practices of Plants (No, Dear/ Small Anchor Press).
But I want to give you a few more words to live by. You can hear her talk about her work via the PBS Newshour, but here's
Nicolas Hundley's first book, The Revolver in the Hive, won the 2012 Poets Out Loud Editor's Prize and was published by Fordham University Press in 2013.
What began as a modest effort (inspired by federally designated occasions like Women's History Month in March) to highlight the cultural contributions of poets, promote the sales and distribution of poetry books, and encourage the reading and teaching of poems, has become a phenomenon positively impacting the state of poetry in the United States.
Harold Bloom has called you profoundly original and a "hallucinatory force" as a poet. How did you feel when you first found out that he singled you out as one of his favorite contemporary poets?
James Richardson is most recently the author of By the Numbers, which was a finalist for the 2010 National Book Award, and During, just published, which won the Poetry Society of America's Castagnola Prize for best book-in-progress. He teaches at Princeton University.
"Someone asked me, "'Why do you write?' And I said, 'Because I wanted to tell people how I became this woman with razor blades between her teeth.'"
This essay originally appeared in Best American Poetry. Here's how it goes. The poems are printed and placed on all the tables
Millions of tourists from all over the world are visiting Greece every year. This pilgrimage started about two millennia ago when the Romans run the Mediterranean.
Lucknow-based Dr Naseem Nikhat stressed the importance of the mushaira in playing a role in maintaining communal harmony
His poetry saved my life. first saw slam-o's mysterious poetic aphorisms in downtown Philadelphia four years ago.