Poetry in America featured in The New York Times

On June 11th, 2020, The New York Times featured Poetry in America’s live ‘Finishing the Hat’ event on their listing of livestreams to watch. They noted the live events mixture of discussion and performance as well as the variety and quality of guests. … Read more

Poetry in America featured in The Washington Post

On April 10th, 2020, The Washington Post Book Club Newsletter, in its series of reviews and recommendations from critic Ron Charles featured Poetry in America. The article notes the great variety of guests on the show, the close readings of individual poems, and the accompanying educational materials. … Read more

Poetry in America featured in Forbes

On June 12th,  2020, Forbes wrote about Poetry in America Live event hosted by the Sheen Center, a continuation of the Finishing the Hat episode, and showcased the series more generally. The article highlights the work of the Sheen Center, the accomplishments of the live event’s guests (singer & actor Melissa Errico, musical director Tedd Firth, and writer Adam Gopnik), the vitality of the series, and the specific contents of the live event.  … Read more

Poetry in America featured in Psychology Today

On May 30th, 2020, Psychology Today featured a blog post on Langston Hughes’s poem “Harlem" and the current protests, referencing (and encouraging readers to watch) our Season 1 episode on the poem. How do we deal with suffering? Can poetry provide us comfort? Can it help us move forward? … Read more

Poetry in America featured in LitHub

On May 29th, 2020, LitHub featured Poetry in America's tie-in Whitman crossword puzzle. PIA guest (and author, poet & puzzler) Adrienne Raphel's promotional Whitman crossword was discussed with consideration to Poetry in America's balancing act between its broader appeals and desire to attract poetry nerds. … Read more

Poetry in America featured in Playbill

On May 5th, 2020, Playbill featured Poetry in America’s episode on Sondheim’s “Finishing The Hat” from Sunday in the Park with George in their film and tv news. The article discusses both the aim of the show (to analyze how Sondheim works at the intersection of lyric and sound) and the very real Broadway creds of the guests. … Read more
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