A cult for the average Joe… not the privileged
A poet’s sensibilities in other media
Charles Dickens does some detective work!
Poe on how to survive a pandemic… or not.
The man who gave voice to black Americans through poetry.
A 200-year old comedy of manners that’s more relevant than ever!
Lord Byron’s quarter-life crisis was more poetic than yours.
SPOILER ALERT: Genghis Khan dies. Does he make it to the end of this story?
The worst way to start the day.
A memoir of childhood, drinking, blackouts and recovery
Did Billy have a secret?
Adriane Quinlan revisits the loves and words of her younger self
Edgar Allan Poe: Master of the macabre… and romance?
Elizabeth Barrett Browning‘s rules for love
Fantasy visions of love in 14 lines
Songs of unrequited love or sonnets from a stalker?
A delicate poesy by Dorothy Osborne for her husband.
Lauren B. Taylor‘s contemporary sonnet about love or nothing
Jeremy Schmidt on the ways of color
How 14 lines became the length of love…
A comedy or poem about Lamas. Read at your own risk.
Sexual awakening and a haircut: Chris Wu
William Blake did not like traditional relationships
No one loved more tragically than Keats.
Vintage literary food porn from Katherine Mansfield
Algernon Charles Swinburne, Poetry’s Greatest Hedonist
Oscar Wilde had a secret room too…
Saehee Cho updates the meaning of lovebird
Herman Melville loved more than whales
Love’s oldest poet laureate