Literary agents Maggie Cooper, Larissa Melo Pienkowski, Kat Kerr, and Eric Smith describe their reading habits off the clock.
The author of Love and Other Poems describes a special project in which he read his poetry to strangers in their bedrooms.
To foster a love of reading among kids in North Carolina, Caitlin Gooch started a program through which children can read books to horses.
Reading Tolstoy’s War and Peace as part of a virtual book club hosted by Yiyun Li and A Public Space has become a comforting ritual during the pandemic.
We return to certain novels not only to be enchanted and inspired, to be transported out of ourselves, but also to know ourselves more deeply.
The American Poetry Museum is an outreach museum that serves as a space for exhibitions and education centered on the subject of American poetry. The Museum collects objects centered around American poetry and presents events and educational poetry writing workshops for learners of all ages. The Museum also hosts an annual exhibition each year comprised of art, photography and video about different subject matter using poetry as a tool for discussion.
A novelist takes the election of a new president and her subsequent move to Canada as an opportunity to fully immerse herself in a great work of literature.