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African American Poetry
A list of works by African American poets. Enjoy the works of Nikki Giovanni, Phyllis Wheatley, and many others.
The most requested type of poetry anthology. Read these poems to your special someone.
Various popular poetry collections. These poems are collected by type. Some of the categories include ethnicity, time period, subject, and country of origin.
For those interested in writing their own poetry, here are collections that help perfect your style. Included in this list are titles containing advice from well known poets.
Academy of American Poets
This non-profit organization builds an appreciation for contemporary poetry through National Poetry Month in April, an active online presence, and the print publication, American Poets.
Serving the creative community since 2006. The Poetry Group contains information on local poetry and poets.
Florida State Poets Association
Florida poetry organization offering writers an opportunity to study the art of writing poetry, and network with other writers.
The Poetry Archive
The Poetry Archive contains numerous recordings of poets both contemporary and classic. Students can find resources for projects, including biographies, interviews, and analysis.
Discover a new contemporary poem a day at Poetry Daily. Read about different poets, listen to audio recordings, and learn about contests and events.
Check out the Poetry Foundation's website to find the perfect poem. You may search by subject, occasion, appropriate for children, and more!
Poetry Society of America
Find more than 200 poetry websites. Categories include poetry journals, poetry publishers, and small presses, literary organizations, conferences and festivals, and contests.
Poets & Writers
Find tools for writers, including information on awards and grants, upcoming conferences, writing prompts, and a writer's message forum.
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