Poetry collections are a great way to form literary circles with fellow Poetry Nation members, including friends and colleagues who write poetry. You can create collections and invite other members to join. Invite your friends to create a Poetry Nation account and they can participate, too. While any member can receive an invitation, it is solely up to them whether they choose to accept it.

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Collections can be formed to suit any purpose. Create a collection for a style of poetry, a specific type of poem, or a particular subject matter. A collection can have a theme or not—it’s up to you! A writer of villanelles can start a collection exclusively for villanelles. A writer of sonnets can do the same. A member may simply want to start a collection just for camaraderie with fellow poets with whom they have met on Poetry Nation. Collections are a great way for poets to make connections and take an active role in the online community. [/read]

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Put Your Poetry Collection on Top

Want to know how to get the maximum exposure for your work? Share your verses with friends and encourage them to rate your poems.

Be active to get noticed!

Collections featuring highly rated poems will be both ranked higher and seen by more people than those without ratings. By rating other people’s poems, you also increase your own average rating, expanding viewership for your individual poems and collections.

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Invite Your Friends to Add Their Poems

Although you can craft a collection entirely your own, some experiences are better shared with friends. Enjoy poetry to the greatest extent possible by inviting others to collaborate with you in your creative endeavors. Invite pals to join forces through Poetry Nation directly or request their contributions through Facebook.

Either way, the mission is the same: establish a community where ideas can be easily shared, develop a common interest among friends or colleagues, and connect with fellow poets in a meaningful way.