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A poetry anthology is a book or collection of selected poetic writings by various authors, usually in the same literary form, of the same period, or on the same subject.

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Sun,28 Sep 2014
Former Park boss co-edits poetry book
Eastbourne-based education consultant Mike Dixon has just finished co-editing a major new poetry anthology, ‘Poetry By Heart’ which will be published on October 2.
Sun,28 Sep 2014
Francia poetry books on special fall offer
Two poetry books by columnist Luis H. Francia is on a special fall offer by Meritage Press, the company announced recently.
Sat,06 Sep 2014
Book Review: 'Poetry Diversified,' Compiled by Lucinda Clark
"An Anthology of Human Experience" presents poetry by a variety of young poets.
Sat,27 Sep 2014
Carol Ann Duffy on five years as poet laureate: 'It has been a joy'
Carol Ann Duffy talks to Nicholas Wroe about turning the spotlight on poetry, writing verse for the Queen and why she won't be appearing on I'm a Celebrity When Carol Ann Duffy was appointed poet laureate in 2009, the first woman to hold the post in its nearly 350-year history, she set herself several goals that included setting up new prizes, giving support to new festivals and helping to ...
Mon,01 Sep 2014
A pocketful of poetry
Youngsters in South Mumbai are in for a literary delight
Tue,16 Sep 2014
Review: 'Voices' draws attention to black poets
"Voices Beyond Bondage: An Anthology of Verse by African Americans of the 19th Century" (NewSouth Books), edited by Erika DeSimone and Fidel Louis
Tue,23 Sep 2014
Poet returns to her roots in Pittsburgh after 26 years
While suffering through algebra class at age 13, Pittsburgh native Lucie Brock-Broido decided to become a poet.
Fri,19 Sep 2014
Small Blades Hurt poetry reading Tuesday, Sept. 23 at Stetson
Thu,04 Sep 2014
White Space Poetry Project Festival Favorite Brings Deaf Arts Community to the Forefront in Cinema
Award Winner "White Space" is Now Available Online for Free Viewing (PRWeb September 04, 2014) Read the full story at
Tue,16 Sep 2014
Review: 'Voices Beyond Bondage' expands the field of black poetry
George Moses Horton wasn't supposed to be able to read. As a black slave in rural North Carolina in the pre-Civil War South, he definitely wasn't supposed to be able to compose sonnets and ballads. But on July 18, 1828, his poem "Slavery" appeared in the newspaper Freedom's Journal.