Sweet hours have perished here; This is a mighty room; Within its precincts hopes have played, — Now shadows in the tomb. -J1767 Spend a “sweet hour” in Emily Dickinson’s creative space where she penned her startling poetry. Whether you are a writer, an artist, a composer, or a poet, you’ll find solace and inspiration
Visit our monthly pop-up art exhibition and open mic.
This discussion group meets monthly to discuss the poetry and letters of Emily Dickinson.
Our monthly remote poetry reading, featuring three poets every first Thursday
Featured readers present their work virtually, every first Thursday
Discover the book that provides new insights into Emily Dickinson.
The 2020 EDIS annual meeting will be held virtually.
Celebrate the beauty of summer during Garden Days at the Emily Dickinson Museum.
Join Marta McDowell, master gardener, landscape historian, and author of Emily Dickinson’s Gardening Life for a virtual stroll through the Homestead gardens.
Join us for our monthly Arts Night Out reading, featuring three authors with new books this year.
Join us for a celebration of contemporary creativity at the 2020 Amherst Poetry Festival.
The Emily Dickinson Museum is now accepting proposals for the eighth annual Tell It Slant Poetry Festival.
Engage in lively conversation about the poetry and letters of Emily Dickinson.