March marks Irish American History Month, as well as St. Patrick’s Day. You might have planned your emerald outfit and parade route, but have you planned to add some themed reads to your monthly list? The Irish are known for
April is here, ushering in spring time and new poetry releases. This month’s forthcoming titles showcase big names asking even bigger questions. Beloved New York School poet Eileen Myles contends with the relationship between climate change and capitalism, Ursula K.
Women’s History Month shines a spotlight on the contributions women have made to society throughout history, highlighting both progress we’ve made as a global society as well as how far we must still go to achieve a more just, egalitarian
Spring has officially sprung—which means it’s time to gather your shovels, shears, and soil! Sprinkle some seeds, water each day, and watch them grow. Just like your garden, your writing craft requires attention to detail and consistent, intentional care. Moreover, like
Minneapolis is home to an impressive literary scene, spanning libraries, bookstores, and events to boot. Many independent publishers, writers, and avid readers call the city home, partly thanks to its top-ranking MFA program. Whether you live in Minneapolis or are
Female poets have been shaping the poetry game since about 600 BC (or maybe even earlier). In honor of women’s history month, we’re highlighting seven more female poets who’ve helped shape the genre and left a lasting impression. Whether you
Rome is known as one of the most romantic, intoxicating, and iconic cities. Writers like Lord Byron and John Keats have flocked to the destination for centuries based on this historic and dreamy reputation, and it continues to be one