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Many people might think character-building is important only in works of fiction. However, characterization also plays a role in poetry. Whether you’re writing persona poetry—which

September marks a change in weather but also a change in our hearts as we learn to let go and embrace a new season. Whether

As the summer winds down and fall gets closer, this shift also signals a new season in poetry. September poetry releases include nods to the


Spanning Western Asia and Egypt, the Middle East is a unique and diverse region. The area’s many different cultures, languages, and perspectives—as well as its

Falling on the 19th of June each year, Juneteenth is a national commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States—or, more specifically, the

As the fifth-largest city in the Midwest, Milwaukee has a lot to offer. The city is known for its expansive art scene, stunning lake views,

It’s officially Pride month, the perfect time to commemorate the impact that LGBTQ+ individuals have had on a local, national, and even international level. Pride


Photo Credit: Brett Jordan   With five of its songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, it’s safe to say Olivia Rodrigo’s SOUR has become a cultural phenomenon.

In our first installment of Beatles songs and poetry pairings, we introduced six Beatles songs—including “Hey Jude” and “Dear Prudence”—to their perfect poetic counterparts. To

You might not instantaneously think of poetry when you think of musicals. However, these two art forms share an unexpected connection: Both enchant audiences with

Grab your headphones and get ready to indulge in these four musically infused poetry collections. Audiobooks are taking the literary world by storm, providing an