Following poets laureate Ada Limón and Tracy K. Smith, poet Major Jackson steps into a new role as host of the celebrated podcast, sustaining and encouraging listeners to find new possibilities within poetry.
“I had to feel my way forward, wondering and wanting.” —Gabrielle Bates
Ten writers, including Roger Reeves and Dana Levin, share the best writing advice they’ve ever received.
The celebrated Bulgarian bookmaker Stopan calls on his country’s craft traditions to create fantastical artist’s books that are “both in and out of folklore.”
Writer and visual artist Ben Shattuck turned his journals from walks through New England’s wild spaces into a book of drawings and text titled Six Walks: In the Footsteps of Henry David Thoreau.
The author recalls being pregnant in the early days of the pandemic and asks: How we can continue to create in times of uncertainty?
Artist Nathan Langston put a unique spin on a game of Telephone by using a fragment of poetry to inspire one artist then another—growing into a multifaceted project with contributions from artists from seventy-two countries.
The author of Love and Other Poems offers advice on how to avoid being stuck.
The effects of social media on the creative process—although it can help writers identify and pay attention to the quotidian moments of their lives, does it siphon off their storytelling energy?
“Celebrate the small victories!” —Isle McElroy, author of People Collide