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Poetic Formats in Contemporary Poetry: A How-To Guide: Poetry on the Web

Poetry on the Web

Poetry on the Web

This page features a variety of web sources for and about poetry, including audio and video performances, essays, and criticisms. Below you will find links to online archives, audio collections, contemporary literary publications, blogs, and RSS feeds. Featured sites include archives from PennSound and the Woodberry Poetry Room at Harvard, RSS feeds from the Poetry Foundation and the Academy of American Poetry, and commentary from blogs like LitHub and the journal Hyperallergic. 

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Web Resources

The Woodberry Poetry Room at Harvard University has extensive archives and offers students, faculty, scholars and members of the public a comprehensive experience of the art form: from written text, to audio and visual recordings, to live readings and events. The Poetry Room provides expansive online as well as in-person access.

Web Resources

Web Resources