A creative writing project in South Australian prisons shows those inside can be eloquent, expressive and reflective.
Katherine Bradley and Edith Cooper were aunt and niece as well as lovers who published under a male pseudonym.
Holocaust poetry has been written for the last 90 years by people all over the world, in many different languages and by many different groups.
Clive James will be remembered for his dry wit, distinctive voice and his unlikely yet hugely appealing screen presence.
From art that centres the African-American experience to feminist retellings, the British Museum's new exhibition explores culture's enduring fascination with the legend of Troy
The WA based publisher has a strong commitment to Australian poetry, publishing both 'big name' writers and smaller voices.
His legacy connects a great swathe of modern popular culture.
Images of wildfires are powerful, but can make climate catastrophe seem like something spectacular and distant. So some artists are focusing on the plants and bugs in our immediate surroundings.
Memorising poetry is a kind of long-term investment. To take a poem with us so we can truly know it, we must know it by heart.
The first serious scholarly account of the works of comedian John Clarke has just been published. Here, we consider the creative genius of his command of language.
Women have been there in their imaginations.
Chichester Cathedral's stone effigy famously influenced Philip Larkin's An Arundel Tomb. But a new discovery suggests it may have inspired the tale John Keats wrote as La Belle Dame Sans Merci too.
Ryan O'Neill's book reimagines a classic Australian short story. He retells The Drover's Wife 99 times in various forms, including a poem, an Amazon review, and even as a Cosmo quiz.
Since 2011, Button Poetry has offered a large number of powerful poetic performances that reveal the plurality of individual stories in the United States.
Queerdom, an exhibition of photography and poetry, presents a history of queer and trans performance in Sydney that challenges recent narratives about queer life in Australia.
Poets and scientists don't occupy separate poles in the quest to understand the universe. In many ways, they sing from the same hymn sheet.
Walt Whitman is perhaps America's most admired poet. His work, now praised for its themes of equality and democracy, was once shunned for its experimental verse and discussion of sexuality.
Les Murray's signature style was a potent mix of ordinary language, specialist vocabulary, and eccentric syntax. His poetry made us see things anew.
An anthology of Victorian women poets is a window into their thoughts and feelings during the first world war.
Hidden behind a photograph of the author about to dive into the sea, the new poems give is a picture of a young writer beginning to test out her ideas.