In her new collection, If the Tabloids Are True What Are You?, Matthea Harvey explores a variety of poetic forms, from a Shakespearean sonnet to an erasure of a Ray Bradbury story. The book was reviewed last week in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s blog Tap.
Consult lists and other resources related to regional vocabulary and create a poem using the words you find.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art recently released five decades worth of publications on art history to read, search or download. Start remixing!
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Sennah Yee’s poem “Again” appears in Volume 7 of The Found Poetry Review.
Reiser Perkins’ poem “1816 Was a Year of Unpredictable Weather” appears in Volume 7 of The Found Poetry Review.
Peter Valentine’s poem “Born…” appears in Volume 7 of The Found Poetry Review.
Sonja Johanson’s poem “Driving in Ablation Fog” appears in Volume 7 of The Found Poetry Review. Read it below.
Delve into the New Yorker archives for found poetry source material.
I once saw a poet perform his poems while playing “beatbox harmonica.” Admittedly, it was pretty cool. As a person generally regarded to have “no rhythm,” it was a bit out of my league. Until now.