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  • By Major Jackson

    Witnessing the struggle for freedom, from the American Revolution to the Black Lives Matter movement.

    2020/06/07: Thousands gathered in New York's Times Square for a demonstration organized by Black Lives Matter Greater New York. The group announced their plan to enact Law Enforcement Reform Policies and the "I CAN'T BREATHE ACT," which would take actions
  • By The Editors

    An introduction to the cultural revival that inspired an era of poetic evolution.

    Armada Portrait by George Gower (1540-1596) an English portrait painter and Serjeant Painter to Queen Elizabeth I. Dated 16th Century.
  • By The Editors

    An introduction to a period of seismic social change and poetic expansion.

    "Ophelia," a painting by John Everett Millais, circa 1851.
  • By The Editors

    Resources for teaching and learning remotely, for all levels.

    Image of a person writing on a paper next to a laptop
  • By The Editors

    An introduction to the poetic revolution that brought common people to literature’s highest peaks.

  • By The Editors

    An introduction to the monumental artistic movement that changed poetry forever.

    Large Composition A with Black, Red, Gray, Yellow and Blue (Grande composizione A con nero, rosso, grigio, giallo e blu), by Piet Mondrian, 1919-1920, 20th Century, oil on canvas, 91 x 91 cm
  • By The Editors

    An introduction to poets of the experimental college that helped revolutionize mid-century poetics.

    Buckminster Fuller Black Mountain College
  • By The Editors

    An introduction to a newly personal mode of writing that popularized exploring the self.

    Black and white illustration of poets Robert Lowell (left) and Sylvia Plath (right)
  • By The Editors

    Recent poems about pregnancy, birth, and being a mother.

    Shadows reaching for one another's hand.
  • By The Editors

    Celebrating America's groundbreaking poet and his legacy.

    Steel engraving of Walt Whitman.