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There are only a few constants in my life: One of them is that I know I'll share a prompt and poem on Wednesdays.
When an accomplished poet writes fiction, you can be sure the language will be evocative and memorable.
Maria Luisa Arroyo, of Springfield reading her poem at the awards ceremony for the Springfield City Library 2006 Poetry Contest at the Central Library in Springfield in 2006.
Greater Sudbury poet laureate Tom Leduc has launched a project where poetry written by Sudburians will be displayed in transit buses.
Bartleby's Books will host three poetry reading by three poets on Wednesday, August 6th at 7pm.
The poetry of Dante may be considered as the bridge thrown over the stream of time, which unites the modern and ancient world.
Author James Messam expresses the ideas, dreams and aspirations of characters who don't have a means to express it for themselves in his new collection of poetry " Lyrical Fountain " .
Richard Aldington, who married his poet partner Hilda Doolittle in 1913, joined the army in 1916 and was commissioned into the Royal Sussexs regiment in 1917.
Jorhat, July 28: The abandoned jailor's residence in Jorhat and the house in which one of Assam's greatest poets, Hiren Bhattacharyya, was born 82 years ago, is sought to be preserved and developed into a musical amphitheatre by his fans.
Pamela Sue Hitchcock is dedicated to poetry. Not to her own poems in particular.
This month on the Poetry Podcast, Jennifer Michael Hecht reads "Noctuary," by Lucie Brock-Broido.
Jazz will occupy a prominent place among the genre-bending and -blending performances that comprise the 13th annual Outsound New Music Summit, which runs through Saturday at San Francisco 's Community Music Center, 544 Capp St. Here are the highlights.
YOUNGSTERS at Shiplake Primary School are playing their part to cement a friendship link with children in northern France.
Writers, hip-hop artists, spoken-word poets, songwriters, and visual artists join forces for Word Weekend, an expansive series of performances and lectures at the Museum of Contemporary Art that celebrates the complexities and pleasures of language.
"Come into our den," says poet Ryan Van Winkle, pulling back a blanket hung from cord to reveal an accordion and a scattering of cushions.
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