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Are you wanting to make writing part of your monthly, weekly, or even daily routine in 2022? Whether you’re penciling in a solo poetry session

Poetry can often be a deeply confessional and personal art form. Most poets draw inspiration from their own experiences, memories, and relationships. Though this makes

As the holiday season begins, it may feel more challenging than usual to carve out time for writing poetry. However, starting each writing session with


When it comes to crafting the perfect Halloween costume, it’s all about imagery and details, much like poetry. Another similarity lies in poetry’s ability to

“Someday, somewhere — anywhere, unfailingly, you'll find yourself, and that, and only that, can be the happiest or bitterest hour of your life.” —Pablo Neruda   Sept.

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


Country-pop crossover artist Kacey Musgraves recently released Star-Crossed, her fourth album and the one most directly tied to poetry. Widely regarded as her “divorce album,”

Lorde fans rejoiced when her latest album, Solar Power, hit streaming services last month. As her third and most-anticipated record, Solar Power is the singer’s

Photo: Taja Janel — Tank Ball poses with 'Vulnerable AF'   As a comforting and emotional genre, poetry often connects deepest with readers in the midst of

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.