6 Plympton Street
Cambridge, MA 02138

The Grolier Poetry Book Shop is the oldest continuously operated book shop dedicated solely to the sale of poetry books.


300 S Kelly Street
Marfa, TX 79843

Marfa Book Co. presents concerts, films, and readings; sells and publishes books; organizes and presents art exhibitions. Additionally, it organizes Agave Festival Marfa, co-organizes Desert Encrypts with Rob Mazurek, and is a member of the In Front of Us Film Series Committee, which presents a year-round film program featuring films made by women.


1505 1/2 Echo Park Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90026

Untitled is an independently owned bookshop and event space curated by Dário Solari.



25 1/2 Valley Road
Montclair, NJ 07042

Created by Jaime Rugh, Iris is an Independent Book & Paper Shop inspired by art, music & literature. Our focus is on small press & independently distributed books on the arts, design, poetry, children's, graphic novels, craft, nature, theory & more. We also feature a selection of vintage books from Sam's General Store as well as an assortment of letterpress cards, gift wrapping paper, stationery, notebooks, pens, pencils & art supplies.


35-37 rue des Francs Bourgeois
75004 Paris, France

Librairie 1909 is a bookstore and curated space that offers iconographic research, archivism, and creative consulting services to a number of International brands.


25 East 21st Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10010

The Dedalus Foundation, founded by Robert Motherwell in 1981, fosters, develops, and supports public understanding and appreciation of modern art expressed through the theories of modernism. It is widely recognized as one of the leading artist-endowed foundations in the United States.


2911 Woodside Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45221

Established in 1946, Elliston Poetry Collection houses the University of Cincinnati's vast repository of twentieth-century and contemporary poetry. The Collection's home is the Elliston Poetry Room, one of the oldest such public reading rooms in the nation. Among the tens of thousands of volumes the visitor will find rare and signed first editions, historic broadsides, printed ephemera, and archival recordings of visiting writers dating back to Robert Frost's first visit in 1951. The digital archive includes readings and lectures by those who have served as George Elliston Poet-in-Residence - Denise Levertov, John Ashbery, Louise Glück, Thom Gunn, C.D. Wright, and Jean Valentine among them.