The Poetry Project Newsletter is the Project’s quarterly publication for reviews, essays, interviews, poems, remembrances and arts criticism. Published continuously since 1972 and freely available online and at our public events, the Newsletter is a place for poets to talk and think with each other about poetry and everything else we do.
In keeping with the radical, open spirit of the Project, the Newsletter covers poetry, art and performance that’s received little attention elsewhere. The Newsletter editors want to connect the culture work and movement work that grounds our poetics, and link poetry to anti-racist, feminist and other liberation projects. We want to sharpen our collective ability to think about poetry in critical and scholarly ways, and we want as many people as possible to join in that project as readers and writers.
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