Rove is a digital broadside quarterly.

The project uses new resources—most importantly, an ever-growing archive of public domain images—to revisit the broadside, a printed sheet hung in public for all to read. Like paper broadsides, ours interpret the poems they present and aim to help those poems travel to new places and readers—recognizing that a sheet moves in ways books and journals, even digital ones, don’t.

Scroll through this issue’s broadsides by clicking on the arrows around them. Click a broadside see a larger version, and click again to size it to your browser.

Rove is edited by Donika Kelly and Elizabeth Barnett with graphic design by Monte Holman (The Fortlander Agency).

If you’re looking for Laurie D. Graham’s poetry collection, you can find it here. And many thanks to her for sharing the name with us.

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