In honor of National Poetry Month, we publish one poem every day in April, plus extra features weekly. Below is a record of the poems, updated daily:

April 1 – Max Ritvo, Three Poems
April 2 – Alyssa Moore, "[I Had Three Wishes]"
April 3 – Rae Armantrout, "Nonesuch"
April 4 – Alan Gilbert, "Bent to the Line"
April 5 – Diana Khoi Nguyen, "Overture"
April 6 – Ariana Reines, Eight Poems
April 7 – Phillip B. Williams, "Maskot #1: 'They sure do love them some black pain.'"
April 8 – Jillian Weise, Two Poems
April 9 – Stephen Dobyns, "Parable: Horse"
April 10 – Luis Chaves translated by Julia Guez and Samantha Zighelboim, Two Poems
April 11 – Dorothea Lasky, "If you can't trust the monitors"
April 12 – Jeff Hipsher, Three Poems
April 13 – Li Shangyin, Four Poems (trans. Chloe Garcia Roberts)
April 14 – Emily Skillings, "Bay"
April 15 – Christopher Soto, Two Poems
April 16 – Elizabeth Macklin, "BEDAZZLED IN AINEZALANDIAN"
April 17 – Billy Cancel, Four Poems
April 18 – Lightsey Darst, Four Poems
April 19 – Justin Phillip Reed, "THE PERSONAL ANIMAL"
April 20 – Lara Mimosa Montes, Two Poems
April 21 – Robert Ostrom, "Cemetery Love"
April 22 – Lisha Adela García, "Art of Severance"
April 23 – Meena Alexander, "Crossroad"
April 24 – Jennifer Givhan, Two Poems
April 25 – Trace Peterson, "NO ONE COULD SEE THE VAST CROWD"
April 26 – Michelle Dominique Burk, "Poem with Newness and Sugar Babies"
April 27 – Deborah Paredez, "Self-Portrait in Stone and Flesh"
April 28 – A. H. Jerriod Avant, "Ode to a Pronoun"
April 29 – Kerry Carnhan, "Wulf and Eadwacer/Daylight Is Our Evidence"
April 30 – Francisco Urondo, "The Plain Truth" (trans. Julia Leverone)

Plus poetry, agency, and activism under Trumpan interview with Ann Lauterbacha lyric essay about rumors and ghosts, and an abstract on whiteness.

Want more? Check out last year's National Poetry Month.