Poets & Writers

Sharing Poetry Chapbooks Online

House has always been to make poetry accessible to all. The public poetry library and nonprofit, which houses more than seventy thousand volumes of poetry in its New York City home, recently launched a chapbook digitization project to make rare and out-of-print books from its collection accessible to readers

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