Today (with poems in our pockets) we celebrate the final day of National Poetry Month and National Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month and I offer to you two math-poetry links to browse and enjoy.
This first link leads to an NPR Code Switch podcast that concerns the 2020 census -- "When Poets Decide Who Counts" -- and five poets-and-poems are presented in a discussion of the fairness/unfairness of the census-count. (One of the poems, "American Arithmetic" by Natalie Diaz, has also appeared in this blog.)
This next link leads to another podcast -- this one entitled "What's math got to do with poetry?" and a creation of science writer Stephen Ornes, in his blog, Calculated. (Thank you, Stephen, for inviting me to participate in your podcast and to read several poems.)