Nationality words link to articles with information on the nation's poetry or literature (for instance, Irish or France).
The Southern Review, an American quarterly literary magazine, begins publication in Charleston, South Carolina, it champions Southern culture and literature (Another, unrelated, publication of the same name was started in 1935)
Edwin Atherstone, The Fall of Nineveh
Laman Blanchard, Lyric Offerings
William Lisle Bowles, Days Departed; or, Banwell Hill, a lay of the Severn Sea
Mary Ann Browne, Ada, and Other Poems
Thomas Campbell, The Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Poetical Works of S. T. Coleridge
Felicia Hemans, Records of Women, with Other Poems
John Gibson Lockhart, Life of Robert Burns, biography
Robert Montgomery, The Omnipresence of the Deity
Catherine Eliza Richardson, Poems
Samuel Rogers, Italy: a Poem. Part the Second (Part the First published in 1822)
Joseph Blanco White, "Night and Death"
Carlos Wilcox, Ramains, 14 sermons and two poems, "The Age of Benevolence" and "The Religion of Taste"
Catharine Read Arnold Williams, Original Poems on Various Subjects, United States
Henry Louis Vivian Derozio, The Fakeer of Jungheera: A Metrical Tale and Other Poems, Calcutta: Samuel Smith and Co.; India, Indian poetry in English
Adam Mickiewicz, Konrad Wallenrod, a long narrative poem set in 14th-century Lithuania; Poland
Gérard de Nerval, translator, Faust, translation into French from the original German of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's long poem; the work earned Nerval his reputation; it was praised by Goethe, and Hector Berlioz later used sections for his legend-symphony La Damnation de Faust
Christian Winther, Traesnitt ("Woodcuts"); Denmark
1828 in poetry Wikipedia
Death years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:Roderick Flanagan (died 1862), Australian
James McIntyre, Canadian "Poet of Cheese"
Arthur Joseph Munby
Dante Gabriel Rossetti, English poet
Birth years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:January 5 – Kobayashi Issa 小林一茶 (born 1763), Japanese poet and Buddhist priest known for his haiku poems and journals; widely regarded as one of the four haiku masters in Japan, along with Bashō, Buson and Shiki
January 26 – Lady Caroline Lamb (born 1785), English aristocrat, novelist and poet
April 11 – Edward Coote Pinkney (born 1802), English-born American poet, lawyer, sailor, professor and editor
June 21 – Leandro Fernández de Moratín (born 1760), Spanish dramatist, translator and neoclassical poet
September 26 – John Gardiner Calkins Brainard (born 1795), American lawyer, editor and poet
date not known – Elizabeth Sophia Tomlins (born 1763), English novelist and occasional poet