A poetry museum that eschews having a home

American Poetry Museum

Jon West-Bey, left, board chair of the American Poetry Museum, and Samuel Miranda, the museum’s secretary, stand outside the Center for Poetic Thought in the District’s Brookland neighborhood. (Menachem Wecker)

My article “A poetry museum that eschews having a home” appears in the Washington Post.

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