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.
The American Poetry Review
STANLEY KUNITZ MEMORIAL PRIZE
DMZ COLONY AND THE TOTALITARIAN TRANSLATOR
AN INTERVIEW WITH BIANCA STONE
FRIENDS OF APR • We wish to express our gratitude to everyone who donated to the 2022–2023 Friends Campaign and our thanks to the following individuals for their particularly generous contributions.
THE PAST IS ALIVE WITH US • Jenny Xie’s “Red Puncta”
Become a Friend • “I think of The American Poetry Review as one of the strongest literary forces of our time. APR is where I go to both discover new poets and rekindle my love with some of the foundational poets. There are times when reading an entire issue, cover to cover, has reminded me of why I love poetry. It is a cornerstone for those of us hungry for poetry that’s both masterful and urgent.”
ON OUR BIRTHDAY, GRACE JONES & I DISCUSS SPECTACLE
EVERYTHING ALIVE CONTENDS • On translation and perfection by way of Srikanth Reddy’s Underworld Lit (Wave Books, 2020) and David Hinton’s The Selected Poems of Tu Fu (New Directions, 2020)
ON AMA CODJOE, BLUEST NUDE • Books
SIC TRANSIT GLORIA MUNDI