yet more books…

November 17, 2020

Soon it will be “Best-of” season, but we are still finding lists of recommended poetry books for 2020:

Happy reading!

your basic bookshelf

July 3, 2019

If you needed a guide to essential books for your poetry library, you might start with Rebecca Hussey’s 50 Must-Read Best Poetry Books, presented in Book Riot. From Sappho to recent books by living poets, the list offers a solid foundation of favorites.

For other recent Book Riot lists, see Sarah Ullery’s 50 Must-Read Poetry Collections of 2019 or Christina Orlando’s 50 of The Best Poetry Books From Authors of Contemporary Works.

season’s streaming

December 27, 2018

Looking for something to do between celebrations? Check out this selection of 18 Literary Documentaries to Stream Over the Holidays in BookRiot.

listen

April 27, 2015

Victor Perard - Anatomy

If you enjoy hearing poetry well read, listen up.

The Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature at the Library of Congress contains some two thousand items, which are gradually being made available online.

From the Fishouse a “free online audio archive showcases emerging poets (defined for this purpose as poets with fewer than two published books of poetry at the time of submission) reading their own poems, as well as answering questions about poetry and the writing process.”

The Poetry Streamer is The Cortland Review’s radio station of poetry. It streams all the publication’s poetry recordings from the past 15 years in random order.

Book Riot has posted a video collection of “10 More Famous Poems Recited by Famous People.”
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image from Anatomy and Drawing by Victor Perard, 1928

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