Latino Poetry Review
Latino Poetry Review (LPR) publishes book reviews, essays, and interviews with an eye towards spurring inquiry and dialogue. LPR recognizes that Latino and Latina poets in the 21st century embrace, and work out of, a multitude of aesthetics. With this in end, its critical focus is the poem and its poetics. LPR is published by Letras Latinas—the literary program of the Institute for Latino Studies at the University of Notre Dame.
The Kenyon Review Blog
Visit The Kenyon Review blog today — featuring daily commentary on contemporary topics in poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and the literary world at large. From critique to praise, from elegy to enthusiasms, you'll find it all there. Visit the KR blog and bookmark it today! Improving the quality-of-life everywhere since 2006.
For over half a century Shenandoah has been publishing splendid poems, stories, essays and reviews which display passionate understanding, formal accomplishment and serious mischief. Founded in 1950 by a group of Washington and Lee University faculty and students, Shenandoah has achieved a wide reputation as one of the country's premier literary quarterlies. Visit Shenandoah Review online...
Off The Grid Press
Off The Grid Press is looking for poetry manuscripts by people over 60. Please see our website for guidelines...
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- Today’s Poem: Question About an Old Question by John Hollander • from A Draft of Light • Alfred A. Knopf Featured Poet: John Hollander, author of eighteen previous books of poetry, currently Sterling Professor Emeritus of English at Yale.
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