Is there such a thing as a poet’s novel? Why do poets turn to novels? The poet and novelist Laynie Browne examines this erratic, hybrid and often elusive form.Thursday, November 20
“One of the most influential poetry critics of his generation” (New York Times) discusses the conflicting role of the poet-critic, "or how to read your own work as if you didn't write it"Thursday, November 6
Poets House's Fall Season BeginsTuesday, September 23
Our Constance Laibe Hays Children's Room is a creative space filled with children's poetry books, old-fashioned typewriters and a card catalog filled with poetic objects to trigger young imaginations.
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