Celebrating National Poetry Month | Wyatt’s World

Close out April, National Poetry Month, by sharing and reading poems new and old. From backlist favorites to debut works to titles not yet on the shelves, here are five books to underscore the vibrant power of the poet and poetry reader.

April Is National Poetry Month | Wyatt’s World

To celebrate National Poetry Month, here are five new collections. Several make iconic work accessible once again; one volume shows how verse connects us to both past and present, and yet another title features the delights of well-regarded favorites.

Writing About Writers | Wyatt’s World

These histories, autobiographies, and imaginings about well-known writers’ lives resonate with authenticity, following as they do the age-old adage to new authors—write what you know.

Visual Reading and Unique Forms | Wyatt’s World

A novel in the margins, Gorgeous Nothings, what the photograph tells, a wordless Battle of the Somme, illustrated Heart of Darkness