mapping the poetic cityscape

March 9, 2015

Denver Poetry Map

Whether they evoke an atmosphere, an event or a memory, many poems are place-centric enough to be pinpointed on a map. Thanks to poet Aaron Angello, the city of Denver now has a poetry map, which is continuing to grow as more poems are added to it. Learn more about the Denver Poetry Map and read an article from Colorado Public Radio that includes audio files of poets reading their mapped poems.

Does your community have a poetry map?

2 Responses to “mapping the poetic cityscape”

  1. Connie Walle Says:

    Tacoma has one also: Laureate Poetry Project  through the City of Tacoma.  I’d send you a link, but my computer is being a b….h….

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