The Poetry Foundation has a comprehensive rundown of her life and her work.
Do you agree or disagree?
Here's a brief but informative bio on the kick-butt physicist and chemist.
No, we're not kidding about this.
Check out the great lady at work in her lab in 1923 (yes, 1923). Just imagine trying to do lab work in a long-sleeved dress.
Democracy Now brings us a great introduction to Rich's poetry and activism.
Watch and listen as the poet does her thing.
It's not to be missed.
Shmoop highly recommends this one if you're digging Adrienne.
Thinking some deep thoughts, don't you think?
Power couple ain't the half of it.
We hope good thoughts.
This one's got it all—her thoughts on poetry, dealing with the critics, and the women's' movement.
Check out "Power" in its original context, and hey, check out some other poems while you're at it.
Read a whole bunch of Rich's work here.
Got a hankering for some feminist prose? Adrienne's essays are a great place to start.