The author of "At the End of the Open Road" died this week at the age of 89.
The Polish poet, who died this week, published several poems in the magazine.
In honor of the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet's birthday, a look at the works that have been published in the magazine
The poem was first published in the November 1960 issue of The Atlantic
In honor of April, a walk through The Atlantic's literary history, from 'Paul Revere's Ride' and 'Battle Hymn of the Republic' to Robert Frost's poems
Both Lincoln and Obama dabbled in poetry as young adults. Herewith, a consideration of a poem by Lincoln that appeared in The Atlantic.
A sampling of writing from The Atlantic's past offers a range of views on the many contradictions of Rudyard Kipling.
An Atlantic poet remembered
A poem by David Barber, from his new book Wonder Cabinet
Remembering Peter Davison
In The Atlantic's early years, he was the poet of the age
introduced by David Barber, with readings by Peter Davison, Philip Levine, and Richard Wilbur
What's all this about poets in their youth beginning in "gladness" but ending in "despondency and madness"? William Wordsworth, meet Stanley Kunitz