Apr 18, 2024, 11:40 AM IST

Taylor Swift Partners with Spotify for a Pop-Up Poetry Library in Los Angele

Emily Horn

In honor of her forthcoming album "The Tortured Poets Department," Taylor Swift is working with Spotify to open the first pop-up Poetry Library within Los Angeles. 

The unique outdoor installation scheduled for the time of National Poetry Month, will be held in The Grove mall from Tuesday 16th April to Thursday April 18. 

The visitors can look forward to a carefully curated selection of poetry that reflects Swift's themes from her new album, as well as an array of "books and visual surprises," according to Spotify's announcement. 

The exhibition of poetry asks: what poets may have inspired Swift's work? In the wake of Mary Oliver's contemplative character to Sylvia's intense contemplation the public is speculating on Swift's possible literary influences. 

The library is accessible to visitors on a first-come on a first-serve basis during mall hours between 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. While Taylor Swift will not be at the event, it is sure to be a fun experience for readers and fans alike. 

Also, those who cannot attend will be kept informed via Teen Vogue and Spotify's social media platforms, where updates and the highlights of events will be revealed throughout the week. 

Swift's relationship to her fans doesn't end at the top; she's recently launched an album collaboration together with Apple Music themed around the "5 Stages of Grief," offering a brand new method of experiencing the most memorable music through lens of denial and acceptance.

On a recent tour stop the Melbourne Eras Tour, Swift gave insight into her artistic procedure in the making of "The Tortured Poets Department," she described the album as a vital outlet for emotional turmoil: "It was really a lifeline for me. 

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