poetry News and Stories
Today, on World Poetry Day, celebrate these gay poems that are sure to revive the coldest of hearts and spark that lovin’ feeling
It took moving to the other side of the world and having his heart broken, but he got a great book of poetry out of it
April may be almost over, but there’s still time to celebrate National Poetry Month with these Drag Race haiku
We enlisted some of our favorite gay porn stars to get us in the V-Day mood — not by stripping down but by writing haiku!
#FollowFriday July 20 brings us a queer clothing company, a trans poet and a London-based event that features naked boys reading
The book reveals some of the queer actor’s thoughts on gender, drugs and alienation, but will its verses outshine his fame?
Eleven years ago I moved to L.A. and created My Life Is Poetry, the first-ever autobiographical poetry-writing workshop for LGBT seniors
In 1977 a gay spiritualist named James Broughton wrote an exuberant plea for love and imagination that we need now more than ever.
Whether you support the rights of sex workers or not, artist and sexologist Annie Sprinkle has 40 reasons you might want to re-think sex work.
We’re tired of the current crop of U.S. presidential candidates. One lesbian writer describes our ideal candidate, and we’ve fallen in love.