February might be a short month, but with these poetry releases, it also promises to be sweet. This month’s releases are all about underrepresented voices making themselves heard, poetry with a clear sense of place, and visceral poems that confront
June is for reading poolside, tucking a poetry collection into your plane carry-on, and staying up late reading beside an open window. As the weather gets warmer and your summer schedule gets busier, take some time to unwind with this
May has officially begun, and with it comes no shortage of exciting new poetry collections to add to your bookshelf. From themes of family, love, and loss to ideas about philosophy and the economy, there’s something to stimulate every reader
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.