Erasure Poets Are Turning the Heavily Redacted Mueller Report into Art
Today is a goldmine for writers who craft poetry out of censored text.
An Interview with Speedy Ortiz's Sadie Dupuis About Her New Book of Poetry
Like Speedy Ortiz? Well then friend, 'Mouthguard' is for you. Plus, check the new video for "I'm Blessed."
This Is a Good Time to Read Leonard Cohen's Poem, "Kanye West Is Not Picasso"
It appears in 'The Flame' a posthumous collection of Cohen's lyrics and poetry, released last week.
Alex Robert Ross
Revealing Poetry From the Prisoner Who Killed Carl Williams
Matthew "The General" Johnson killed Carl Williams. He also writes poetry.
Rap is Banned in Iran, But the Underground Scene is Flourishing
"We have so many forbidden things in Iran, but does that prevent us from doing them? If forbidden rap can tell good stories, go ahead and forbid it! The ban only means it's an opportunity."
Black Women Making History
Yrsa Daley-Ward's Intimate Poems Have Become an Instagram Sensation
The Nigerian-Jamaican writer has a new memoir called 'The Terrible' hitting shelves in June.
Men Compose Haiku About Their Penises
"My soggy spring roll / You lil grow-er, not show-er..."
'I'm a Third-Culture Kid, So I'm Always Nowhere'
VICE talks with Mikael Johani about the re-issue of his poetry anthology "We Are Nowhere and It's Wow."
A Sylvia Plath Retrospective Finally Puts Her Visual Art on Display
Little known fact: Plath was an art major before she switched to English.
Heart Wrenching Poems From Australia's Most Violent Inmates
Prisoners from Goulburn, Port Phillip, and Barwon share feelings.
This Chaotic Zine Reveals Black Metal's Darkest Layers
Artists and writers Una Hamilton Helle, Lotte Brown, and others explore Norwegian metal’s wilderness and folkloric imagery in the second issue of the black metal art zine 'Becoming the Forest.'
A Poet Turned Nonsense from a Language-Learning App into Something Beautiful
My sister goes to the institute / My parents do not love her.