map

Store





Since coming online in 1997,
The Museum of American Poetics (MAP) has documented major trends in Postbeat poetry through its collection of online exhibits, annual Napalm Health Spa journal, poetics transmissions, and featured MAP Channel video presentations. Celebrating the diversity of experimental and outrider poetries leading up to the Beat Generation and in its aftermath, MAP has expanded its coverage of poetry around the world, with special emphasis on poets on the front lines against oppression. Dedicated to the energy and vitality that characterizes the distinct shapeliness of ars poetica, the Museum of American Poetics is dedicated to the persistent lucid spirit of bards and the contribution of American language arts to planetary consciousness.

What's New

Home of the Blues: More Selected Poems by Andy Clausen
(Museum of American Poetics Publications, 2013, 272 pp. Introduction by Eliot Katz.)
"Home of the Blues" cover painting by Michael Wojzcuk.

Click here to get your copy of Andy Clausen's Home of the Blues!

 

What's New

Follow our never ending development.

MAP Channel

Our youtube poetry offerings and favorites.

Transmissions

Writings on and about the art of poetry.

Legacy Transmissions
Postbeat Poets Activist Scholarship Project

Napalm Health Spa Archive

MAP's annual online poesy magazine.

 

2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002

2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990

Exhibits

International Exhibits

Old Globe Masterminds
20th Century International Bards
Today's World Voices

Diversity Exhibits

African American Poezee
Asian/Pacific American Verse Beings
Daughters of Stein
EuroAmerican Shapeshifters
Ghost Rangers of the Wild
Golden Bodies
Invisible Empires of Beatitude
Latino/a Web Heads
Middle Eastern American Poets
Native American Words Between Worlds
Pioneer Masters
Postbeat Era
The Sexuals
Troubadours

Medium Exhibits

Audio Exhibit
Beat Generation Films
Postbeat Generation Films
Magnificent Rainbow: Kids Form Poems
Poets & Painters
Publishers

Museum of American Poetics Store

Shop for that hard to please poet you love.