A selection of classic fall poetry by Shakespeare, Frost, Keats, and other dead poets.
In honor of Banned Books Week (Sept. 22-28), we created the Twitter hashtag #RockBannedBooks to raise awareness of books that have been banned or contested.
“Let us stifle under mud at the pond’s edge
and affirm that it is fitting
and delicious to lose everything.”
A wide open space to show off your original poetry, your favorite copyright-free poem, or any thoughts that you wish to share about poetry.
Hari Kunzru sees New York’s literary hipsters flocking to a translation that offers some meat and gristle to chew over.
Even students who love writing aren’t thrilled about first-year composition. If not taught well, the classwork and assignments feel routine, like practice with no chance for game time.
Put your poetry here, poetic people.
We also get more searches about dating a stripper than we can fathom due to an ancient article by Greg Bruns…I thought, why not make haiku combining these searches?
Amazon riled up the book-reading world again, using a price-checking app promotion to declare war on the brick-and-mortars.
Some time tomorrow, which is the first day of November, the second to last month of the year twenty eleven a.d., a Tuesday like so many other Tuesdays that have come before and likely will come again barring any unforeseen incidents…
The waters are rising to record highs near our headquarters.
“Prohibition never works,” except as a subject for the latest features on Identity Theory.
Congrats to Michelle Lawrence and CJ Hallman for making storySouth’s list of Notable Stories of 2010.
Identity Theory will return the week of April 4th.