Poetry Blogs

The top poetry blogs on our list include poets that continue to breathe life into this ancient literary art, as well as blogs offering insights on a diverse pool of poetry, and advice & tips for aspiring poets.

// This list features 10 blogs
Poets & Storytellers United

Poets & Storytellers United is a community for poets & writers to share and explore their literary art. Writers of all genres, and from all walks of life are encouraged to discuss and share the meanings behind their poetry & stories, making it an incredibly encouraging place for writers to hang out.

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    Trish Hopkinson

    Trish Hopkinson has been sharing daily poetry-related information on her blog since 2014. As well as sharing her own beautiful poetry, she also shares poetry group lists, poetry gig guides, websites she finds inspirational, and helpful articles about publishing.

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      Write Out Loud

      Write Out Loud was started in 2005 as a place where everyone who writes poetry is welcome to share their verse, and comment on work posted by others. You’ll also find current news about poets and poetry reviews, as well as a gig guide to check for poetry events near you.

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        Word Craft: Prose & Poetry

        Word Craft: Prose & Poetry is a creative community for aspiring poets to learn the basics of writing Japanese and American syllabic poetry. Each Tuesday, everyone is welcome to share their own poetic inspiration, and feedback is received from peers within the community.

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          The Best American Poetry
          The Best American Poetry blog was launched in January 2008 in order to create a space where poets & poetry fans could exchange, discuss, and argue about poems and poetry. Guest writers are welcomed, even if they are not poets, and no subject is off-limits, except personal attacks.
          The Poetry Project

          The Poetry Project is all about inspiring, fostering, and promoting the reading & writing of poetry. Via their blog, donations, free workshops, and organized events, their aim is to share contemporary poetry with new audiences, increase public awareness and spread the joy of poetry.

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            BookPage

            Started in 1988 through bookstore subscriptions and public libraries, BookPage is a wide-ranging guide to the best new books. You’ll find expert recommendations for the top picks in all genres. As well as author interviews and book bundle features.

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              Book Riot

              Book Riot provides all sorts of book-related news, including reviews, advice, and commentary, as well as the latest in book-reading technology. You’ll find categories on audiobooks, children’s books, nonfiction, mystery & thrillers, comics, romance, books for young adults, and sci-fi/fantasy.

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                Artforum

                At Artforum, you’ll find news and critiques of exhibitions in the visual arts, with a focus on contemporary artists. Posts on this site include news from the international world of art, critics’ picks, interviews, inspiration & artistic lifestyle tips, as well as book reviews.

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                  Hyperallergic

                  Hyperallergic was started by Brooklyn-based art critic, Hrag Vartanian, and defines itself as “a forum for serious, radical, and playful thinking” about art in today’s world. You’ll find articles about art, museums, and artists from all over the globe. As well as books, film, poetry, and performance.

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