The American Poetry Review reaches a worldwide audience six times a year with the finest contemporary poetry, columns, interviews, photos, translations, and reviews. Every issue includes new voices, established masters, and exciting new translations.
American Poetry Review
THE DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING
“CINNAMON. EYESHADOW. DOVE.” • Considering Jean Valentine
WHAT REGENERATES IN A HOUSEHOLD
FLOWERS, POEMS, FLOWER POEMS
THE LAST POETS: CHASTISEMENT
TAKING POETRY PERSONALLY
HOW OLD WAS I?
DARK HOOKS • The overt racism of Sylvia Plath’s “Ariel”
ON THE EDGE OF A FIELD IN SUMNER, MISSISSIPPI
A BONE-TOUGH THROAT • An appreciation of the poetry of Mark Wunderlich