poetry on trolleys

December 11, 2014

Poetry on the T

We’ve talked about poetry on buses and here’s another entry for the poetry-in-transit file: Poetry on the T. This Mass Poetry program puts poetry posters on Boston’s trolleys and “enables more than one million people who ride the T every day — to get to work, school, home, to go to restaurants, bars, parks — to read poetry during their commute, in place of advertisements.”

The program is funded in monthly segments — no funding, no posters — and posters bear the sponsor’s name or logo and feature poems chosen jointly by the sponsor and Mass Poetry. Read the poems, including a larger version of Joyce Peseroff’s “Your Ad Here”, see additional photos in a Metro article and learn more about the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority art collection.


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