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A poet that specializes in anagrams is an anagrammarian.
List of anagrammatic poems
- Archive of Literary Anagrams: Hundreds of long anagrams of poetic and literary subjects by over 50 contributors, including the longest literary anagram ever created.
- Eight Poems in the Manner of OuLiPo, by Kevin McFadden
- Oh Damn! Must I Refrigerate?: Anagrammatic poem by Cory Calhoun of the title and first eight lines of Shakespeare's sonnet "The Marriage of True Minds."
- Dianagrams, Monica Lewinsky
- Rishi Talks to Katie: a dialogue between two high school students: a text's sentences are rearranged, then its words, then its letters
- In the French poem Ulcérations by Georges Perec, every line is an anagram of the title.
- The book Permutation City opens with an anagramatic poem.
- In the poem Washington Crossing the Delaware by David Shulman (1936), all 14 lines are anagrams of the title.
- In the online book, ISOTOPES2 by Daniel Zimmerman, each line of the 14 line poems anagrams a 4 x 4 word square.