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T.S. Eliot was born in America, moved to England in the early 1900s and became a citizen, then returned to America years later to teach at Harvard.
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Larry thinks all poetry is local. The place you are enters your voice and shapes your poems.
City Lore and The Bronx Museum of the Arts are teaming up to celebrate immigrant communities, with a special edition of Bronx Stories, a collaborative series that hosts storytellers, poets, and musicians.
Those who have read a bit of satirical poetry will remember the acerbic Alexander Pope famed for his long, four-versions poem, The Dunciad.
Curator Hans Ulrich Obrist will be in L.A. this weekend to talk about art and Instagram at the Million Dollar Theatre.
Ian Forbes, who lives in Perth, Australia, was brought up in Selkirk. Pictured here with a book containing a poem by Will Ogilvie that hadn't been credited to him.
A series of heartfelt and inspirational poems, " God's Resume : A Collection of Spiritual Poems" is author Ronnie Fletcher 's third book.
Queens hosts a Native American pow wow, Patti LuPone sings torch songs, and the NYC Poetry Festival comes to Governors Island Christmas comes early for sneakerheads.
Welsh author Dannie Abse's "New Selected Poems" is a peerless collection of poetry by one who has spent a lifetime mastering the craft of writing.
The Lunchtime Poems series on the green in Military Park featured poets from two veterans' groups - Warrior Writers and the Combat Paper Project.
Now in its 12th year, the international Tom Howard/Margaret Reid Poetry Contest will award $1,000 for a poem in any style and $1,000 for a poem that rhymes or has a traditional style.
In a piece for the Los Angeles Review of Books , Jonathan Farmer responds to the recent pieces in the New York Times that ask poets to debate the question " does poetry matter? " As Farmer points out, " it's a bit like asking a bunch of religious figures if religion matters," but the conversation is worth following and pairs well with our own ... (more)
The Local Poem Competition returns to the Diss Express area for the second year, with a prize of 1,000 up for grabs.
A cafe with a Home Front wartime theme is selling a booklet of poetry inspired by the First World War.
Don't forget that tomorrow is Sysadmins Day -- a good day to show love to the folks who save your butt again and again when you mess up your computer.
Wilks Library: Book club meets every third Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m.; Will host a monthly writers' group on the first Thursday of every month from 6-7 p.m. All writers welcome, no matter their experience.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 07:44 am
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