Poetry Society of America


One of the country's most respected literary organizations puts on their very own blog site.

Bob and Margery's Poetry


These two poets, based in both New York City and San Francisco, bring a fresh spin to the poetry blog scene.

Poetry Hut Blog


"Fresh poetry news hand-picked daily" makes this a site to bookmark, if only for the informative posts on what's happening in the community.

Hayden's Ferry Review


"Showcasing the voices of emerging writers" serves as the primary point of dedication to this site, worth a read if you're into the newest, freshest poets on the scene.

Contributor Spotlight: Michael Meyerhofer
by Dana D over 3 years ago
#superblueferry: AWP Event
by Dana D over 3 years ago

Read Write Poem


This blog models the ideal living pattern for any poet; notice how eating or sleeping don't factor into the equation.

Famous Poets and Poems


If you're just getting into poetry and want to bone up on the classics, this is your best bet.

Poets & Writers


The world's largest non profit organization serving creative writers. This is a rich resource with a directory of nearly 10,000 writers, and databases of literary magazines. It also hosts reading and workshop programs throughout the year. Find tools for your writing or connect with other like-minded individuals.

Music Lessons
by Writing Prompter over 4 years ago
Music Lessons
by Writing Prompter over 4 years ago

The Poetry Kit


A poetry and literature blog. Discover ongoing competitions, courses, events, workshops, publishers, and even a list of other distinguished poetry blogs.

Coffee Table Poetry for Tea Drinkers


Study poetry by era or get filled in on proper poetry terminology, from the Paeon to the Rondel. Or, if you're in need of an effective love poem, take note that there is a large selection available here.

As I Walked Out One Evening
by noreply@blogger.com (Vic Mahfood) about 4 years ago
This is Just to Say
by noreply@blogger.com (Vic Mahfood) over 4 years ago

The Music In It: Adele Kenny's Poetry Blog


Adele Kenny has enough accomplishments to make any aspiring writer intensely jealous. With over twenty books and two awards to her name, she is definitely no amateur. Those who are even slightly interested in the craft of poetry will find her blog fascinating. There are tons of unique poetry prompts, and fun activities such as a famous poets crossword puzzle.

Prompt #247 – What If
by noreply@blogger.com (ADELE KENNY) over 2 years ago
Etiquette for Soliciting Poetry Readings by Guest Blogger Joe Weil
by noreply@blogger.com (ADELE KENNY) over 2 years ago

Book of Kells


Poets can gather notes about writing and living creatively from Kelli Ogoden, a published author of three poetry books, one of which snagged the White Pine Press Prize. You'll also get lots of practical information and advice on topics such as "The Benefit of Social Media in the Writer's Life."

Pretty Cool-- INDY 500 looking for a Race Day Poet (and Poem)! #submit
by noreply@blogger.com (Kelli Russell Agodon) over 2 years ago
2015 Reading Year in Review... #TuesdayBookBlog #Motivational
by noreply@blogger.com (Kelli Russell Agodon) over 2 years ago

Off the Page


Blending the mind of a journalist with the heart of a poet, Drew Myron celebrates the power and joy of words in all forms.

B**#!*t Things Writers Say
by Drew Myron over 3 years ago
Thankful Thursday: Assortment
by Drew Myron over 3 years ago

Being Poetry


Look at life through the window of poetry when you follow this blog, a reflection of the way poetry can affect the way you are living. You can also enjoy book reviews and other content of interest to poetry lovers.

The Rag Tree


The Rag Tree has its roots in poetry, but its branches spread wide and thick: language, alphabets, religion, politics, outer space, photography. Looking for something fun, or something serious? You'll find it here.

The Five Stages of Falling in Love
by Music&Meaning over 2 years ago
Winter: 3 haiku
by Music&Meaning over 2 years ago

Words of a Poetriot


Original inspirational poetry about love, life, God, self-discovery, dealing with Anxiety Disorder and so much more.

Impossible Dreams
by Latisha Barker over 4 years ago

The Poetry Pundit


The poetry offers a wide variety of translations and analyses for some of the toughest poems out there, including Shakespeare, Marvell, and Dickinson.

Poet Beware


A blog about issues of interest to poets, including instances of plagiarism and copyright infringement in the poetry world.