"Back by popular demand" are the first words of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's press release about the relaunch of our joint—and immensely beloved—Poetry in Motion program in the subway cars of New York City. (You can read all about the ceremony at Grand Central Terminal and the marvelous expansion of the program here.

We wanted to take this moment to share with you the new poster and poem by Dorothea Tanning (which will be featured on 25% of the subway fleet and 3 million MetroCards in NYC) and to thank the many supporters of the Poetry Society of America, whose contributions allow us to continue to present poetry to the public in many cities across the country.





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Announcing the publication of the 2011 Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellows:



Your Bright Hand by E. J. Garcia, selected by Gerald Stern

Little Box of Cotton & Lightning by Marni Ludwig, selected by Susan Howe

What We Push Against by Alison Roh Park, selected by Joy Harjo

Dear Johnny, In Your Last Letter by Angela Veronica Wong, selected by Bob Hicok

To purchase a set of chapbooks visit the PSA store.

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