POETRY

If he’d lived in the 18th or ​​19th centuries, or the earlier part of the 20th, Wally Swist might have been called a man of letters. For over 40...

Rebecca Hart Olander puts a high value on collaboration, whether she’s sharing her poetry with two local writing groups, working with students or...

Amherst poet Wally Swist has won much praise for his work over the years, and he has been particularly productive in recent years, publishing...

As a poet and a publisher of poetry, Gary Metras has left a noticeable mark over the years, and earlier this spring his hometown of Easthampton...

When she became North-ampton poet laureate last March, Amy Dryansky said she was interested in using the position not only to advocate for other...

Northampton native and UMass Amherst student Chris Gonzalez has carved out a diverse platform in the Valley arts scene in the last several years...

NORTHAMPTON — Teams of poets from across New England are converging on a Northampton bar this weekend to battle it out in a regional poetry slam...

Poet Mary Koncel’s most recent collection, “The Last Blonde,” offers intriguing prose poems that mix humor, whimsy, melancholy and a bit of the...

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — For the first time in more than half a century, a series of Christmas cards and booklets that feature poems by Robert Frost, the...

FREEPORT, Maine — The founder of the Dead Poets Society of America is preparing for the day he’ll become a dead poet himself — by getting a...

ASKING THE NAMESBy Michael MillerAshland Poetry Presswww.ashlandpoetrypress.comAmherst poet Michael Miller could be the very definition of a late...

EASTHAMPTON — By the time he died of cancer Feb. 5 at the age of 70, Thomas Lux had established a reputation as a poet with an unusual wit, a gift...

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