Doses of Darkness: Bram Stoker Nominated Horror Poetry

Column by Sara Tantlinger April 14, 2022
April is National Poetry Month! Join me in celebrating these 2021 Stoker-nominated works of horror poetry.

10 Dark Recommendations for National Poetry Month 2022

Column by Sadie Hartmann April 6, 2022
In honor of National Poetry Month, and because dark/horror poetry made me feel accepted as a newly formed poetry fan, here are some collections I've read or want to read in celebration.
An Interview with Poet/Veteran J.B. Stevens

An Interview with Poet/Veteran J.B. Stevens

Interview by Gabriel Hart
J.B. Stevens discusses the complex issues of war, law enforcement, and writing poetry.

A Poetry FAQ for Regular Folks

Column by Peter Derk
Poetry: It's not as bad as a colonoscopy.

Celebrating the Woman Who Would Become Maya Angelou, on her Birthday

Column by Jessica Marie Baumgartner
The poet we know found her way through life with the help of many different art forms.

UPDATED WITH WINNER - LitReactor's Flash Fiction Smackdown: April (Poetry Month) Edition

Column by Taylor Houston April 30, 2014
Poetry Noir and a SWEET prize from Richard Thomas.

9 Poems That Will Change Your Mind About Poetry

Column by Rob Blair Young April 22, 2014
An article exploring the wide range of poetic styles — and showing why saying you "don't like poetry" is just as silly as saying you don't like books.

Six Types Of Poems To Banish Writers Block

Column by Kimberly Turner April 4, 2013
It's National Poetry Month, the perfect time to play with language and form. We've got six quick, easy kinds of poetry that will get your creativity flowing, no matter what you're working on.