National Poetry Month

by Jessica Reppert

April is National Poetry Month, and Rohrbach Library has a lot of resources to help you show your appreciation for poetry and the poets who have created their written art around the world.

Some of our online databases that have several poetry reviews and other helpful articles include:

There are also a lot of titles in the ebrary to read or even write poetry, including but not limited to:

Take a look through all that the ebrary has to offer in reading and writing poetry!

Most of us have studied poetry sometime during our education, but can you remember any of the poets you read? Check out the Gale Biographies for some of these accomplished poets:

Don’t forget our KU English department faculty members who are published poets:

  • Dr. Colleen Clemens, Assistant Professor of Non-Western Literature
  • Dr. Lily Corwin, Assistant Professor of English
  • Dr. Michael Downing, Assistant Professor of English
  • Dr. Heather Thomas, Professor of English
  • Dr. Andrew Vogel, Professor of American Modernism
  • Dr. Todd Williams, Assistant Professor of English

Any further information on poets, writing poetry, or National Poetry Month can be found at the Rohrbach Library, or at the Library’s homepage.

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