A newly translated collection of poems brings to light the work of three remarkable Chinese women from the Tang dynasty.
CultureMagazine | Books, Reviews
A Fleeting Dream
Tue Sy’s poetry navigates ultimate and conventional reality in every line.
CultureMagazine | Feature
A Companion On the Shores of Autumn
Finding fellowship in the poetry of Basho
CultureMagazine | Parting Words
A poem from The Way of Ch’an: Essential Texts of the Original Tradition
The Taproot of Modern Poetry
The winning poem from the Tricycle Haiku Challenge offers a symbol of resilience in the face of global challenges.
When They Plow Their Fields
Sixth-century poem by Patacara translated by Susan Murcott
Two poems from The Hurting Kind by Ada Limón
Ringing the Bell
An interview with poet and author Sandra Cisneros on writing, sexuality, and “Buddhalupe”
Review: “The Penguin Book of Spiritual Verse”
Twenty-six centuries of poets exploring the divine
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