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Poetry Links
Poetry Links (the page will grow as projects are added)

Large Poetry Sites:

https://www.poetryfoundation.org  / Independent Lit. Organization

https://www.poets.org/   Academy of American Poets / Finder Page

http://www.poetryoutloud.org / Find a poet with Poetry Out Loud Site

https://allpoetry.com / Large Poetry Site 







Hispanic Heritage Month Resources:

Collection of print and videos from Poets.org

9 Latino Poets you should be reading  (article + poets just below)


1.   Gabriela Mistral 1889–1957 - Chilean poet-diplomat - Poems
2.    Alfonsina Storni 1892-1938 - Argentine Poet -  Poem1 - Poemas  - Poems3
3.   Pablo Neruda  (1904–1973) Famous Poet from Chile - Links to Poems
4.  Norah Lange 1905-72 - Ultramodernist Argentine Poet  - Poemas
5.  Julia de Burgos 1914–1953 - Caribbean Poet - Poems (google translate for some)
6. Excilia Saldaña (1946-99) Modern Cuban Poet -  Poems1 (in Esp.) - 
                            Poems 2(Women Poems from Cuba -scroll for "Autobiography 2"
7. Jimmy Santiago Baca - Modern US Poet - Poems
8. Carmen Boullosa - Modern Mexican Poet - Poem 1  - Poem 2 - Own site
9. Delmira Agustini (1886 - 1913) - Uruguay Poet - Poems (but for some, Google translate)

10 Spoken Word Poets Who Speak To Diverse Latino Experiences
                  - Article + video links

Spoken word poem about Latina Accents - Denise Froham


Poets:

Ray Gonzalez - Modern US Poet - Links to Poems
Carmen Giménez Smith  - Modern US Poet - Links to Poems 
Mario Chard - Modern US Poet - Links to Poems
Octavio Paz (1914–1998) - Famous Mexican Poet - Links to Poems
Federico García Lorca (1898–1936) - Spanish Poet / Dramatist - Links to Poems
Antonio Machado  - 19th Century Spanish Poet - Links to poems
Angela de Hoyos - Modern Hispanic Poet - Link to Poem - Link2
Gary Soto - Modern US Poet - Poems
Pat Mora - Modern US Writer - Poems
Alberto Rios - Modern US Poet - Poems











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