10 Best Black Poetry Blogs and Websites
Black Poetry Blogs
Here are 10 Best Black Poetry Blogs you should follow in 2023
1. Poetry Vibes
Miami, Florida, US
Here you can get the latest poetry entries for Poetry Vibe. This is the best place for urban hip-hop poetry. Poetry Vibe was born from something that can easily be explained but not easily understood. We are the caretakers of our souls. We understand that life embraces duality which means we are spiritual, physical, direct, ethereal, and above all urban.
12.9K⋅ 1.8K ⋅9 posts / week Get Email Contact
2. Cultural Front » Poetry
This section of our blog shares African American poetries. Hi, I'm Howard Rambsy II. This blog serves as a venue for extended conversations about African American literature and artistic culture. Cultural Front provides you with opportunities to exchange ideas about the convergence of literary art, technology, cultural production, and active citizenship.
4.3K ⋅7 posts / month Get Email Contact
3. Tweetspeak » Black-Poets
Westchester, New York, US
In this section of our blog, you can discover the beautiful work of black poets from the past and present. Countee Cullen, Lucille Clifton, Ashley M. Jones, Major Jackson, Edward Holmes, and more. At Tweetspeak Poetry, we are committed to nurturing totally fun literary citizens and, in so doing, to help people become who they are. We believe in the power of community reading, writing, playing, and just plain living, to accomplish this.
6.7K⋅ 9.7K ⋅1 post / year Get Email Contact
4. The New Black Bart Poetry Society » Poetry Blog
This section of our blog shares poetry that is related to Black people. The New Black Bart Poetry Society will entertain most any presentation on the art of poetry, its past, its present, and its future. Explications, delineations, categorizations, taxonomies, and various sundry groupings of poets and their work are of vital interest to the Society membership.
1 post / month Get Email Contact
uHlanga focuses on publishing single-author collections. We also publish a small number of edited anthologies and chapbooks. uHlanga was founded in 2014 as a magazine of poetry from KwaZulu-Natal. Our books have won most major South African and African poetry awards, including three Ingrid Jonker Prizes for Poetry in English, and more.
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1.5K⋅ 511⋅ 715 ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
6. Lovely Curses » BlaPoWriMo
Raleigh, North Carolina, US
In this segment of our website Black Poetry Writing Month (BlaPoWriMo), It is a challenge for writers to pen a poem a day during February that focuses on race/Black Experience in America and/or the African diaspora. Hi! I'm Nortina Simmons. I'm a bit of a hopeless romantic. I can also be dreadfully pessimistic. Here you can read the 'fairytale' love stories we make in the real world and the 'lovely curses' that I want to share with you.
162⋅ 284 ⋅3 posts / year Get Email Contact
Black Poetry Bloggers
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|Nuallain House, Publishers||thenewblackbartpoetrysociety.wordpress.com/tag/poetry-blogs||10|
Black Poetry Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|The new black bart poetry society||17|
|Schools of poetry||16|
|Ode to sunset||4|
|Topic||Past Month Count|