With its plain language and minute attention to flora and fauna, her uplifting verse was widely popular and her readings drew throngs. But critics were divided.
Two grants will help start a new fellowship program and support the work of the Poetry Coalition.
“The Slowdown,” which debuted in November, will be broadcast on several public radio stations in the United States.
When he died in 2016, the singer left behind hundreds of notebooks that have yielded material for a new miscellany, “The Flame.”
After the beloved poet caught a chill in December 1891, The Times kept a literary bedside vigil until his death on March 26, 1892.
“The Patch,” his seventh collection, probes landscapes from New Jersey to Alaska and profiles a vast cast of characters, from Joan Baez to Thomas Wolfe.
In these four deeply political, deeply personal books, poets grapple with some hot-button issues of the day.
J. Michael Martinez’s “Museum of the Americas” takes on the white gaze, colonial trauma and Mexican migration.
In poems that cajole, beguile, praise and evoke, Robert Bly makes the case that poetry should be near the center of life.