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Instagram poetry has become a phenomenon in recent years, boosting sales of poetry books and introducing a new generation to verse.This anthology, the first of its kind, brings together over 120 poems by 50 Instagram poets, both popular names and up-and-coming talent. Short, relatable and hard-hitting, the poems embrace contemporary themes of mental health, women's empower Instagram poetry has become a phenomenon in recent years, boosting sales of poetry books and introducing a new generation to verse.This anthology, the first of its kind, brings together over 120 poems by 50 Instagram poets, both popular names and up-and-coming talent. Short, relatable and hard-hitting, the poems embrace contemporary themes of mental health, women's empowerment, racial prejudice, gender diversity and political turmoil, as well as the perennial poetic preoccupations of love, sex and loss. With a wide range of voices, themes and visual approaches, there is something here that will speak to all of us.


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Instagram poetry has become a phenomenon in recent years, boosting sales of poetry books and introducing a new generation to verse.This anthology, the first of its kind, brings together over 120 poems by 50 Instagram poets, both popular names and up-and-coming talent. Short, relatable and hard-hitting, the poems embrace contemporary themes of mental health, women's empower Instagram poetry has become a phenomenon in recent years, boosting sales of poetry books and introducing a new generation to verse.This anthology, the first of its kind, brings together over 120 poems by 50 Instagram poets, both popular names and up-and-coming talent. Short, relatable and hard-hitting, the poems embrace contemporary themes of mental health, women's empowerment, racial prejudice, gender diversity and political turmoil, as well as the perennial poetic preoccupations of love, sex and loss. With a wide range of voices, themes and visual approaches, there is something here that will speak to all of us.

30 review for Instagram Poetry for Every Day

  1. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    I received an advance reader copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers. Instagram poetry for every day is a collection of poems resonating to different things and aspects in life. This was a quick read for me as at least 1/3 of the poems I couldn't see due to the book coming through as a pdf version on my netgalley shelf and blurring when I tried to enlarge the page. The poems I could read were good but not the best collection I've come across. Th I received an advance reader copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers. Instagram poetry for every day is a collection of poems resonating to different things and aspects in life. This was a quick read for me as at least 1/3 of the poems I couldn't see due to the book coming through as a pdf version on my netgalley shelf and blurring when I tried to enlarge the page. The poems I could read were good but not the best collection I've come across. The book seemed to be more about the art and graphical element than the poetry to me.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Alicia Bayer

    I'm generally not a big fan of Instagram poetry, to say the least. A lot of the poets who have become famous there don't strike me as particularly original or artistic. I was intrigued by this collection since it's curated by the National Poetry Library (though I'm not sure if that's a legitimate poetry organization) and hoped to find some great poems. In general, I did like the collection but the poems often reminded me more of Post Secret postcards than poems. Many are one line broken up with I'm generally not a big fan of Instagram poetry, to say the least. A lot of the poets who have become famous there don't strike me as particularly original or artistic. I was intrigued by this collection since it's curated by the National Poetry Library (though I'm not sure if that's a legitimate poetry organization) and hoped to find some great poems. In general, I did like the collection but the poems often reminded me more of Post Secret postcards than poems. Many are one line broken up with artistic photos or backgrounds. Few of them are actually legitimate good poems on their own. That's definitely an issue on IG, as longer poems don't translate well to one quick, artistic image, and shorter ones tend to be incredibly cliched angsty trite. This was a fun read in an artistic sense but more so for the visuals than the poems. I read a digital temporary ARC of this book for review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Pole

    Instagram Poetry for Every Day by National Poetry Library is an exciting anthology of over 100 poems that are a sampling of how social media has made poetry accessible to a worldwide audience. Each poem is short, relatable, and easily digestible, and utilizes mixed media for a broad appeal. Not being an Instagram user myself, I was intrigued by the concept of a platform that provides for fresh new voices, and the idea that universal themes and messages can now be shared so widely in order to be Instagram Poetry for Every Day by National Poetry Library is an exciting anthology of over 100 poems that are a sampling of how social media has made poetry accessible to a worldwide audience. Each poem is short, relatable, and easily digestible, and utilizes mixed media for a broad appeal. Not being an Instagram user myself, I was intrigued by the concept of a platform that provides for fresh new voices, and the idea that universal themes and messages can now be shared so widely in order to be experienced by a new generation who might otherwise lack exposure to new voices. I am very appreciative to have had the opportunity to explore this exciting new form of artistic expression. Many thanks to NetGalley and Laurence King Publishing Ltd. for this ARC.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Flaka

    2.5 ☆ The influence of Instagram on the evolution of poetry is unquestionable. In this special collection of poetry, we dive into several themes, like nature, spirituality, love, society, mental health, and many more. The poems are chosen from some of the most famous Instagram poets. Being that it is a fresh concept, I was really excited to read it. I genuinely wanted to like it. However, it just didn't click with me. I have read a lot of poetry on Instagram, and I can say without a doubt that I'v 2.5 ☆ The influence of Instagram on the evolution of poetry is unquestionable. In this special collection of poetry, we dive into several themes, like nature, spirituality, love, society, mental health, and many more. The poems are chosen from some of the most famous Instagram poets. Being that it is a fresh concept, I was really excited to read it. I genuinely wanted to like it. However, it just didn't click with me. I have read a lot of poetry on Instagram, and I can say without a doubt that I've read far better poems than the majority of poems featured in this collection. Honestly, a little more research would have lead to many great poems. Disappointed.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Joy

    I loved reading this book. It has such a unique format. This book is divided into several ‘chapters’, all representing a certain theme (such as love, nature,...). Within these chapters, instagram poems are shown in their respective form (the famous instagram square) with a bit of explanation from the poet. I think this book is so unique and it’s amazing that it helps to support the poets who mostly put their work on instagram. I loved discovering all these new amazing poets.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Shruthi Maniraj

    A beautiful effort by the team. Collating all the beautiful poetry by some of the famous and some upcoming poets of Instagram. Bite sized and so fun to read. E-Arc provided by NetGalley for honest feedback.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mohini☆

    ◈2.5◈ This book featured selected insta-poems originally submitted for National Poetry Library’s Instagram Poetry Exhibition. So I was truly excited to see the “chosen ones” but unfortunately I couldn’t really get into it. I loved the concept of it and how it thrived to showcase the raw talent of new poets who are shaping the poetry world anew with their creativity and originality. I also loved how this book featured not just the poems but also little notes of the poet’s & curator’s thoughts on In ◈2.5◈ This book featured selected insta-poems originally submitted for National Poetry Library’s Instagram Poetry Exhibition. So I was truly excited to see the “chosen ones” but unfortunately I couldn’t really get into it. I loved the concept of it and how it thrived to showcase the raw talent of new poets who are shaping the poetry world anew with their creativity and originality. I also loved how this book featured not just the poems but also little notes of the poet’s & curator’s thoughts on Instagram as a platform and how they compose their art. The book’s design structure was is amazing which features visual art since Instagram IS all about visual and aesthetics. Some of those pieces were hard to read, though. Also, having the poems sorted in different categories like Aspirations, Creativity, Identity, Humour, Love, Mental Health, etc. along with little introductory notes is clever. I enjoyed it though I firmly believe the collection could’ve been more amazing if more research behind the selection was done. Poems were good but people who spend enough time scrolling on Instagram know that they’ve read better than what's included here. Thanks to NetGalley and Laurence King Publishing Ltd. for this eARC in exchange for an honest review!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kirsten Tattersall

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a delightful collection of poetry.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tayla

    I received an e-copy of this collection on netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was very intrigued when I saw this on netgalley as I have recently found some accounts on instagram that share poetry and I really enjoy seeing them on my timeline. I liked that this book was split into sections and included the captions from instagram under each poem. However I did not feel like this was as relatable as some other poetry collections I have read previously. Some of the poems felt more aesthet I received an e-copy of this collection on netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was very intrigued when I saw this on netgalley as I have recently found some accounts on instagram that share poetry and I really enjoy seeing them on my timeline. I liked that this book was split into sections and included the captions from instagram under each poem. However I did not feel like this was as relatable as some other poetry collections I have read previously. Some of the poems felt more aesthetically pleasing to your eyes rather than something you would stop and read fully on instagram so didn't really make much sense (to me). Regardless of this, I will be going to follow some of the accounts on instagram to see their future work. Like all poetry, your enjoyment is personal when it comes to instagram poetry so my review and rating is nothing personal towards the artists or this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    *I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* This collection takes a look at how poetry is done differently on Instagram and how poets can express themselves in a different way. It's an interesting look and also as if it is a museum exhibit of the poetry. We get an introduction to each section which has a theme and we get the photos as they would have been posted to IG. There are also snippets of thoughts from the poets which explain their process or how IG has *I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* This collection takes a look at how poetry is done differently on Instagram and how poets can express themselves in a different way. It's an interesting look and also as if it is a museum exhibit of the poetry. We get an introduction to each section which has a theme and we get the photos as they would have been posted to IG. There are also snippets of thoughts from the poets which explain their process or how IG has influenced them. This was an interesting collection but I struggled to feel much from reading the poems. I found a few really great, the way they use objects to emphasise the meaning on the poems and it is almost like a piece of art. Overall, the collection had themes but it just didn't feel like a usually poetry collection and more like a study piece. What I did enjoy, was how they talk about the accessibility of poetry on Instagram as a way for poets to get their work out there. If you'd like to see an overview of how poets use Instagram and the platform to express themselves, then this is a great collection to flick through.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jordan

    *I received a free e-ARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review* So let's start with my first impressions of this book. I'm not particularly thrilled by the cover–though I know it's to reflect the Instagram app Icon–since it lacks any pizazz of true creativity for me, and I feel like it doesn't help showcase the WONDERFUL art and poetry within this anthology. I was also concerned because the Goodreads reviews are very mixed, with both high and low ratings. I REALLY love *I received a free e-ARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review* So let's start with my first impressions of this book. I'm not particularly thrilled by the cover–though I know it's to reflect the Instagram app Icon–since it lacks any pizazz of true creativity for me, and I feel like it doesn't help showcase the WONDERFUL art and poetry within this anthology. I was also concerned because the Goodreads reviews are very mixed, with both high and low ratings. I REALLY love "internet" poetry, so I was really excited to dive into this book and see what it had to offer, but some Instapoetry can really miss for me, so I was curious to see what would happen. This anthology starts with an Introduction that speaks on the history and heavily divided discussion on "internet" poetry, and specifically Instagram Poetry followed by the featured poems split into 10 distinct sections. This collection originated from the National Poetry Library (NPL) exhibit on Instagram poetry, and was then condensed into this anthology. Throughout this book I was excited to see poets I recognized, such as Tyler Knott Gregson and Noor Unnahar, plus some of my FAVORITE POETS such as Amanda Lovelace and <3 NIKITA GILL <3 (my all time favorite poet). But for the most part, I was exposed to a sea of new (to me) poets that feature stunning artwork and poetry. There were so many standout poems and pieces of art that really stuck out to me and made me remember the poets names as I read this anthology. Pretty much all of the poems follow the Instagram Poetry style, obviously, which I love and fit well together despite the extreme range and variety of work featured in this anthology, which is purposeful as directly started in the Introduction. I also really liked the layout of this book, with the poems and artwork featured like a photo (as you would see on Instagram) with words from the poet at the bottom of the page (from questions asked by the NPL, I believe) just as you would see a caption to a post. The style was simple and consistent, and really worked well for this anthology. I do with the layout would have been a bit more artistic, but perhaps it would have taken away from the artistic poetry, the clear spotlight of this book. Duh. Though I really enjoyed reading this anthology, I did have a few issues with it. Some of the images were blurry, so blurry that I was physically unable to read them. I think )and seriously hope) that is is because I read an e-arc, and that in print these issues would be resolved and each image and poem crystal clear for the reader to enjoy. Also, like with much poetry, and particularly short "internet" poetry, I'll definitely forget a lot of the poems and art featured in this book as some was not to my particular taste, and therefore won't stick out in my memory after finishing this anthology. As I mentioned in the beginning, I wish the cover better reflected the artwork featured in this book. Overall, I'd recommend that anyone check out this book, ESPECIALLY if you enjoy "internet" or Instagram poetry. And if you're looking to dip your toe into the world of Instagram poetry, this is the perfect place to start because of the wide variety of styles and artists, so you're bound to find something or someone you enjoy reading. I really enjoyed reading this anthology and hope you do too! Rating: 4 stars

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kel

    So I give it a 3.75/4 out of 5 stars. It was a super interesting read. I liked reading the little clips and the intro. I thought it was neat that they would talk to the poets that were included in the book and got their take on how instagram has influenced their poetry or how instagram may have helped or a little bit that they want to be included. I also thought it was cool that some didn't have any little blurbs but just let the poetry speak for itself. And I even saw poems I recognized that ha So I give it a 3.75/4 out of 5 stars. It was a super interesting read. I liked reading the little clips and the intro. I thought it was neat that they would talk to the poets that were included in the book and got their take on how instagram has influenced their poetry or how instagram may have helped or a little bit that they want to be included. I also thought it was cool that some didn't have any little blurbs but just let the poetry speak for itself. And I even saw poems I recognized that has come across my instagram feed. I think the combination of photographs and poetry is such an interesting thing. I like the quote that @travisalabanza (Instagram handle) said “I do think what we are seeing is a push from artists to make their own platforms, not wait for the door to open, rather to create our own doors.” I was reading the book on my phone and there were a few poems that I was having trouble reading because of how my phone was loading the pictures BUT it was an interesting book. I didn't think that it hindered my ability to read everything.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    I am a big fan of poets whose striking lines and imagery can catch hold of today's 8-second attention span. This collection draws many of them together, showcasing the creativity, depth and inspiration of the poets Instagram has come to love. The sections, ranging from 'Aspirations' to 'Identity', highlight the variety of topics poetry makes accessible and relatable. Each is filled with content from Instagram artists – stunning photography, careful illustrations and beautiful words. Something I I am a big fan of poets whose striking lines and imagery can catch hold of today's 8-second attention span. This collection draws many of them together, showcasing the creativity, depth and inspiration of the poets Instagram has come to love. The sections, ranging from 'Aspirations' to 'Identity', highlight the variety of topics poetry makes accessible and relatable. Each is filled with content from Instagram artists – stunning photography, careful illustrations and beautiful words. Something I enjoy about social media is how it allows art to reach the masses, regardless of the artists' ages, backgrounds, qualifications or publishing experience. Therefore, anyone can create and share their work, and new voices are being heard that might otherwise have been lost. I recommend this book to anyone with an interest in contemporary poetry, anyone who actively engages with Instagram and anyone looking for inspiration.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ida Maria

    This is just a super inspiring collection of poems, visualised and published by Instagramers on Instagram. I don't know how much sense it makes to collect them in an e-book where a lot of the insta-vibe is obviously lost, but I am glad they were collected nonetheless. The book also takes the time to comment on the pictures of the astetically pleasing poetry, for example explaining what a haiku is and so on. The book is sectioned into chapters like 'love', 'identity' or 'humour' and I liked the l This is just a super inspiring collection of poems, visualised and published by Instagramers on Instagram. I don't know how much sense it makes to collect them in an e-book where a lot of the insta-vibe is obviously lost, but I am glad they were collected nonetheless. The book also takes the time to comment on the pictures of the astetically pleasing poetry, for example explaining what a haiku is and so on. The book is sectioned into chapters like 'love', 'identity' or 'humour' and I liked the little introductory paragraphs to the themes. I studied English Lit at university, so there wasn't a whole lotta new stuff that was conveyed to me through that, but I think it's perfect to engage an Instagram-audience to the world of poetry books. I a way this book can be considered a nice transition medium.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    This short collection of poetry taken from Instagram shows how the arts continue to evolve and change, finding ever new outlets for the creativity that fosters them. The book offers poems in the categories of Aspirations, Creativity, Identity, Humour, Love, Mental Health, Nature, Society, Spirituality, and Word Play. I enjoyed the visuality of these poems and the notes provided about each poet. The inherent brevity of Instagram forces the poems to be honed for the most impact, and I appreciate th This short collection of poetry taken from Instagram shows how the arts continue to evolve and change, finding ever new outlets for the creativity that fosters them. The book offers poems in the categories of Aspirations, Creativity, Identity, Humour, Love, Mental Health, Nature, Society, Spirituality, and Word Play. I enjoyed the visuality of these poems and the notes provided about each poet. The inherent brevity of Instagram forces the poems to be honed for the most impact, and I appreciate that the egalitarianism of the medium gives each of the poets a chance to be seen, heard, read, and followed. My thanks to NetGalley and the National Poetry Library for permitting me to read a copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review. All opinions expressed here are indeed my own.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Charleigh

    This was an engaging, unique book presenting the work of Instagram poet’s. It was separated into sections; aspirations, creativity, identity, humour, love, mental health, nature, society, spirituality and word play.  There were many kinds of poems, and the book also featured the original posts so we could see exactly how they were presented. The book featured some of my favourite poets including Nikita Gill, Amanda Lovelace and Ben Maxfield, but it also gave me some new poets to check out.  Overal This was an engaging, unique book presenting the work of Instagram poet’s. It was separated into sections; aspirations, creativity, identity, humour, love, mental health, nature, society, spirituality and word play.  There were many kinds of poems, and the book also featured the original posts so we could see exactly how they were presented. The book featured some of my favourite poets including Nikita Gill, Amanda Lovelace and Ben Maxfield, but it also gave me some new poets to check out.  Overall, the book is offered in bite-sized chunks showcasing the versatility of Instagram poetry, and how it’s a fantastic platform for poets to share their work. 

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kate Henderson

    This is such an original book. So different, and such a great idea. I just expected this book to be the usual poetry every day book - i was so wrong!!! The book literally has just taken some of instagrams posts and put them straight into this book. It is not just poetry, but positive mantras, and sayings. As it is taken directly from instagram it is such a visually pleasing book, as well as it being positive and up-lifiting with the words in each post. The only downside is that it got a little repet This is such an original book. So different, and such a great idea. I just expected this book to be the usual poetry every day book - i was so wrong!!! The book literally has just taken some of instagrams posts and put them straight into this book. It is not just poetry, but positive mantras, and sayings. As it is taken directly from instagram it is such a visually pleasing book, as well as it being positive and up-lifiting with the words in each post. The only downside is that it got a little repetitive in format by the end. However, I think this book is best to dip in and out of, and not to read from start to finish! So many things to think about! really enjoyed this!!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Nadine Frediani

    I was sent a copy of 'Instagram Poetry for Everyday' by @laurencekingpub for an honest review. ⭐⭐⭐⭐ This book is beautifully presented. There's an introduction that explains the importance of poetry and art together via a social media platform and I agree. The poems are then divided into 10 sections, with a wide variety of genres. Each section was then introduced and compared to the works of well known poets, which I also enjoyed. I love poetry so I was keen to read and review this. I found the po I was sent a copy of 'Instagram Poetry for Everyday' by @laurencekingpub for an honest review. ⭐⭐⭐⭐ This book is beautifully presented. There's an introduction that explains the importance of poetry and art together via a social media platform and I agree. The poems are then divided into 10 sections, with a wide variety of genres. Each section was then introduced and compared to the works of well known poets, which I also enjoyed. I love poetry so I was keen to read and review this. I found the poems, creative, relatable, inspirational, and funny. I think as this is poetry it is totally subjective, there were poems I really enjoyed and some that I didn't. The poems I liked the best, others might not have. For example, I love Blackout poetry! There were a lot of poems that focused on important topics, such as feminism, and identity. I found this book enjoyable and I am glad I read it!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Francesca

    I received a EARC copy in exchange for an honest review. I was pleasantly surprised by this anthology. Usually Instagram poetry gets a bad rep due to the typical mainstream poets, but it was impressive how the National Poetry Library archived these pieces from their exhibition in 2018 and it actually showed a range of visual poetry/ styles . In turn, it provided accessibility to the different forms and I liked the way the collection was organized by themes. With that being said it is a quick rea I received a EARC copy in exchange for an honest review. I was pleasantly surprised by this anthology. Usually Instagram poetry gets a bad rep due to the typical mainstream poets, but it was impressive how the National Poetry Library archived these pieces from their exhibition in 2018 and it actually showed a range of visual poetry/ styles . In turn, it provided accessibility to the different forms and I liked the way the collection was organized by themes. With that being said it is a quick read & some sections are stronger than others but recommend this for modern poetry beginners.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. I think I went into this book with too high expectations and was unfortunately let down. I have recently read some really good anthologies and I am sad that this didn’t meet my expectations. I enjoyed the concept, however some of the poetry for me was not to my taste. I also found that some were quite difficult to read which frustrated me. I’m sure others would love this book but unfortunately Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. I think I went into this book with too high expectations and was unfortunately let down. I have recently read some really good anthologies and I am sad that this didn’t meet my expectations. I enjoyed the concept, however some of the poetry for me was not to my taste. I also found that some were quite difficult to read which frustrated me. I’m sure others would love this book but unfortunately it was not the one for me.

  21. 4 out of 5

    zhane

    2/5 stars! I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I liked the concept of this book more than the actual content. Objectively, I liked the idea of showcasing other artists' work and giving them a platform to show their creativity to the world. But subjectively, I think the contents of this book are too mediocre and generic for my taste. Maybe those who are just starting to read poetry will like this more 2/5 stars! I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I liked the concept of this book more than the actual content. Objectively, I liked the idea of showcasing other artists' work and giving them a platform to show their creativity to the world. But subjectively, I think the contents of this book are too mediocre and generic for my taste. Maybe those who are just starting to read poetry will like this more than I do.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Georgi_Lvs_Books

    I wasn’t sure what to expect from this. I liked it, it was nice to see so many poems taken from Instagram and put in one place. It has allowed me to discover more poetry writers. I can’t wait to read more from these talented people. The only issue I had with this was that some of the pictures and words were blurry so therefore was difficult to read. If you love poetry and want to discover more writers, this is the book for you.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Paula

    This was a nice collection of Instagram poetry set under different topics such as humour, love and identity. This was a very short read but was presented well. It was nice to see what poets are doing on Instagram and I enjoyed the little feedback/description under each poem. There were a couple of issues with the format of this book which didn’t make it the easiest to read as I received it but I’m sure this will not be an issue once the official publication is released.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Flávio Miguel Pereira

    Instagram trust in every art form for images and bring them to life. What can help poets promoting themselves can increase copyright problems. I like poetry by art but this book shows that every writing you do in a platform can be clearly reused and copilated in some book. Carefull with instagram posting, somethimes creativity can magically be redefined (even if this is not completely the case)

  25. 4 out of 5

    J.D. DeHart

    I appreciated the way social media and verse combine in this very interesting and thoughtful collection. The ways that digital technology afford sharing ideas is continuing to shape literature in ways that we will explore for years to come -- this book celebrates that notion in noteworthy and remarkable ways.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mandy Hazen

    A good concept that I was really excited to read and look at. I was pretty disappointed when I got to read it. Most of the pictures were hard to read and just were not inspirational as I thought they would be. I liked that they did have different sections to look at but this book just wasn’t for me. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Allison

    What a cool grouping of different types of poems! I always see these as I scroll around on Instagram but I really liked how they were sorted into one book. Lots of cool poems which led to lots of new accounts for me to follow. Thank you to netgalley and the publishers for providing me with an arc for an honest review.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    This little book was a beautiful combination of some of the most wonderful instagram poetry out there. I especially loved how it was divided in to chapters based on theme and that it was a full color rendering of the instagram post, including background, and not just the words. This is a great book that would be perfect as a gift for a new or seasoned poetry lover, or as a gift to yourself.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    ***Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*** This was a beautiful and inspiring book of modern poetry that you could find on Instagram. The mixed media art creates a book that is both whimsical, sad, and enduring.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Katie Martin

    I have received this title via NetGalley and publishers in exchange for an honest review *3.5 stars* I feel as though some of these pieces lost their glamour by being removed from Instagram. I like that the book only emphasized the pieces and didn't try to explain in themselves.

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