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Folk’s Cowboy Poetry: From the Center for Western and Cowboy Poetry – “preserve’s Western and Cowboy Poetry and its associated arts.”Library of Congress Poetry & Literature: Includes Poetry of America, Conversations with African American poets, Spotlight on U.S. Hispanic Writers & Poets, interviews, Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature, Poet Laureates (both national & state), Civil War Poetry, Walt Whitman resources, audio, video and more. Presidents as Poets: Poetry written by United States Presidents. From the Library of Congress. United States Poets Laureate: Guides for "poet laureate's life and work, as well as to external Web sites that feature biographical information, interviews, poems, audio, video, and other materials that highlight the activities of each poet." From the Library of Congress. Library of Congress Poetry 180: “A poem a day for high school students. Hosted by Billy Collins, U.S. Poet Laureate 2001-2003.” Poems of the Civil Rights Movement: Civil rights movement poems divided by The Forerunners, From the Freedom Movement, Freedom School Poems, about the Movement and more. The Poetry Archive: "The Poetry Archive is a not-for-profit organization that makes and acquires recordings of poets from around the English-speaking world and makes substantial excerpts from them freely available online. Funded by Arts Council England.” Poetry Foundation: Browse poems and poets by school/period, subject, terms, world region and more. Poetry Out Loud: Poems and performances, print poems, poet info, tips on reciting and more. Poetry Sound Library: “The map collects voices and poems in the original language. The voice of living poets from all around the world is accessible by clicking on the marker on the map” or scrolling down the list on the side.Poetry Through the Ages: “serve(s) as an ideal tool for teaching poetic forms, their influences in their eras, and their relevance today.” History of the poetic form, famous, classic, obscure and 21st century poetic forms, glossary of terms and more. Poets.org: From the Academy of American Poets – browse by occasions, themes, forms, movements, poem-a-day, poet biographies and more. Includes National Poetry Map to find state and local poets, poems, events, literary journals, writing programs and poetry organizations. Poets.org - Poetry for Teens: breakups & heartbreak, family, gender & sexuality, grief & loss, heritage & identity, love & relationships, mental health, politics & social justice, and self.
Project Gutenberg-Poetry: Full-text including Children’s, French, Anthologies, Epic, Romantic, Modern, First World War poetry, Imagist & Metaphysical Poets, Renaissance, Middle & Old English poetry, translations of Latin & Greek and more.
U.S. Latinx Voices in Poetry: From The Poetry Foundation, “The work of these following poets deftly addresses Latinx heritage as a powerful force that has altered and shaped the landscape of American art.”Versa/Bartleby.com: “Free full-text collections of thousands of poems.”
Walt Whitman Archive: Published works, original manuscripts, letters, biography, commentary, audio, images resources and more.
YARN: Young Adult Review Network - Poetry: “YARN is an award-winning literary journal that publishes outstanding original short fiction, poetry, and essays for Young Adult readers, written by the writers you know and love, as well as fresh new voices...including teens.”
Young Poets Network: "The Poetry Society's online platform for young poets up to the age of 25. Here you’ll find features about poets and poetry, challenges and competitions to inspire your own writing, new writing from young poets, and advice and guidance from the rising and established stars of the poetry scene." Youth Speaks: “Youth Speaks has long championed a local, national, and increasingly global movement of young people picking up pens and stepping proudly onto stages, declaring themselves present. We believe that literacy is a need, not a want.”
Web page updated 4/8/2020. Composed by L.G. Buschmann 10/13/2016.