Welcome to the DC Poetry Wiki (“Wiki”) created and made available by the George Washington University (“GW” or “University”). The Wiki is an online resource to help document and preserve the remarkable literary history of Washington poetry from 1900 through the present. The Wiki will includes articles about the poets, movements, publications, readings, sponsoring institutions, recordings and broadcasts provide a picture of the diverse and unique life of poetry that evolved over more than a century in Washington DC.
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