The New England Poetry Club is a poets’ association founded in 1915 by Amy Lowell, Robert Frost, and Conrad Aiken to foster the art of poetic expression. It runs the oldest poetry reading series in the country, offers ongoing writing workshop open to its members, sponsors awards and contests to encourage and recognize poetic achievement, and looks for new creative ways to foster understanding and love of poetry.

Members of the New England Poetry Club are poets, publishers, and readers and translators of poetry, who live in New England or have strong ties to the region.