Today it is common knowledge that Big Business will go to any lengths to find out information about you in order to better sell you stuff. It is also becoming far less of a secret that these companies accomplish by selling the fiction of tailoring...

Milk and Honey is a New York Times bestselling book by Rupi Kaur. It is a poetry collection centering around the themes of womanhood, love, loss, and femininity. The book was highly praised for its unique and distinctive narrative grace.

Milk and...

In 1925, a central figure of the Harlem Renaissance, Countee Cullen, published his first collection of poetry, titled Color. The overarching theme is appropriately matched to the title; the color of skin and the way that the color of one’s skin...

Like the equally famous “And Yet I Marvel” the poem “Incident” was published in the first collection of verse by noted member of the Harlem Renaissance, Countee Cullen. The volume titled Color was published in 1925 when Cullen was a mere 22 year...

Almost always listed among the greatest poems to come out of the Harlem Renaissance and very often singled out as the ultimate achievement of that massively talented movement, Countee Cullen’s “Heritage” was originally published in Survey Magazine...

The White Goddess is an essay written by the English poet Robert Graves. The essay was published in the year 1948 and was the result of different essays written by Robert Graves and published in the literary journal Wales.

In The White Goddess, ...

In 1923, Archibald MacLeish turned his back on a law career and moved his family from the United States to Paris to seek out a career as a poet and writer. Paris in the 1920’s was the choice du jour for American expatriate writers collectively...