I love the poetry but would like to see more diversity in contributors. I should because there are barrels of poets from everywhere. I don’t expect you to present lowbrow or poorly constructed poetry, but if you use ignore New or modernist styles, you will miss diversifying your mag because many writers out there are creative and clever in different manners, etc. They are writing differently than 19th century, etc. The Podcast is great and a marvelous idea. I love it. Joyce
Poetry Magazine is not an antidote nor an alternative. It is the over shadow – – of the hard creepy news of the day. Having it as an app on my phone allows me to look like a normal android human being mutant, and yet while I stare at a mineral-based screen, I am reading poems. Thank my lucky stars.
This app is very easy to navigate. I love having Poetry Magazine everywhere I go.
Although I’ve also become a print subscriber, I decided to give the app a go and it has not disappointed. Simple, streamlined. Elegant font and enjoyable layout. A new favorite.
Great magazine, good app, but some poems just cannot be presented adequately on a phone screen. I mainly use the app to preview the print issue before it arrives.
The app is a entreating way to access great works of moving poetry at your fingertips.
Almost as good as having the print version.
A thoroughly superb app having wonderful monthly content as well as storage and accessibility to my favorites list, both classical and contemporary. A "must have" application for us with a proclivity for all things pierian!!
Neat format now. The selection of poetry is better now!!
Most poetry apps are just encyclopedias of the same 100(ish) popular poems. This app offers a broad range of contemporary works to peruse.