Poetry Resources

Online Poetry Resources

A nice fat list of online audio poetry recording resources, compiled by the Library of Congress.

The Academy of American Poets and the Poetry Foundation both have extensive searchable databases (poems, bios, and articles).

Knopf’s Poem-A-Day site (archives of 2009 through 2011’s selections).

PBS Newshour’s Art Beat archive has Weekly Poems and author interviews.

PennSound is an extensive archive of  audio recordings, new and old.

The Contemporary American Poetry Archives (CAPA) makes available the text of out-of-print books of poetry (readable online).

Billy Collins’s Poetry 180 Project is an online archive of all the poems in that anthology.

Poems Out Loud  — recordings & columns by a variety of poets (sponsored by Norton).

From the Fishouse — recordings of and Q&As by emerging poets.

SFSU Poetry Center Digital Archive – early recordings & video as well.

University of Arizona voca Audio Video Library – recordings from their long-running reading series.

Lannan Foundation Audio and Video recordings of both live events & interviews from the last 15 years.

Poetry @ Harvard Recordings has audio recordings going back to 1930.

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