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Questions and Answers about the new Poetry.com


Thank you for your interest in Poetry.com. Please take a moment to read through our Frequently Asked Questions. We hope you will find the answers you need. We are working around the clock on this new site, so it’s very hard to answer every question personally. Thank You for your understanding.

How do I log onto Poetry.com?

There are two ways to logon to poetry.com. The fastest and easiest way is to use your favorite social media identity. You may log on with just one click using your Facebook, Twitter, Google, Linked In, or Yahoo identity.

You may also log on by signing up directly on our site. The choice is yours!

I have a Facebook account and I’m trying to log on using Facebook, but I’m having trouble.

In order to log onto poetry.com using Facebook, you must already be logged onto Facebook. Please log onto Facebook before you try logging onto poetry.com.

I’m a long time user of poetry.com. I’m trying to log in using my old password and user id and I can’t log on to the site. What should I do?

Poetry.com is a new site under new management. Your old login information is no longer valid. To find your old poems, please sign in using Facebook.

I submitted poems to you a long time ago. How do I find them?

If you submitted poems before 2012, click on the pink box labeled “Archived Poems” and search by poet’s name or poem title.

I’m trying to claim my poem in the archive, but it won’t let me. How do I claim my poems?

In order to claim your poems you must be logged onto poetry.com.

I can’t find my poem. What do I do? Please help!

There are two different places your poem may be found on our site.

If you submitted a poem to poetry.com before 2012 , click on the pink box labeled “Archived Poems” and search there.

If you submitted a poem to poetry.com after 2012 , look for your poem in the grey box labeled “Search Poets / Search Poems.”

I found my old poems, but one is missing. Where can I find it?

Please do a careful search by poem title, or poet’s name in the Archived Poems section. We have made available all of the poems that were given to us by the previous owners. Although 14 million poems are available, we regret that some may have been lost.

If you have any additional questions, please contact janet@poetry.com