Poetry for the Rest of Us: 2020 Roundup

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The Feminist Know-It-All: You know her. You can’t stand her. Good thing she’s not here! Instead, this column by gender and women’s studies librarian Karla Strand will amplify stories of the creation, access, use and preservation of knowledge by women and girls around the world; share innovative projects and initiatives that focus on information, literacies, libraries and more; and, of course, talk about all of the books.


April is National Poetry Month!

And as we all shelter in place, don’t we need poetry now more than ever?

Last year my dormant love of poetry was reignited and I am happy to say that my love has only continued to grow throughout the past year. 

Take a look at the list below for the most exciting collections coming your way this year, all by and for the rest of us: poets who are women, womxn, Black, Indigenous, Latinx, AAPI, international,…

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