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Maxine Hong Kingston writes in her studio at her bright Frank Lloyd Wright-style home in the Oakland hills.
Marcia Falk is the author of three books of poems and several translations of biblical and modern poetry.
To commemorate the beginning of the First World War, two flower beds in the Lower Gardens will pay tribute to the poet Rupert Brooke, whose work was heavily influenced by his frequent visits to the town in the 1900s and 1910s.
Opera House Arts will present Maine poet Gibson Fay-Leblanc, Deer Isle writer Deborah Cummins and local guest readers in an evening of poetry celebrating family on Tuesday, August 5, at 7 p.m. at the Stonington Opera House.
Last night in the Capp Street Concert Hall of the Community Music Center, the 13th Annual Outsound New Music Summit presented its first concert.
A French officer stands near a cemetery for soldiers killed on the front lines of World War I at Saint-Jean-sur-Tourbe on the Champagne front, December 1916.
The competition has been organised in the lead-up to Anzac Day next year - the 100th anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli.
A Bush Poet's Poetical Blossom by Jimmy Drekore, Pukpuk Publishing, 2014. Soon available on Amazon.
Poet and Third Man Books anthology editor Chet Weise is back from his Fortress of Suckitude to present a new installment of his irregularly occurring but always worthwhile Poetry Sucks! series - this time in conjunction with Fond Object and The Red Arrow Gallery in East Nashville.
WE HOPE YOUR WEDNESDAY IS OFF TO A GREAT START. YOU'RE WATCHING "LIVE IN THE D." THERE ARE A GROUP OF POETS AND POETRY IS SUCH A WONDERFUL THING WE DON'T CELEBRATE NOW WE'RE TALKING ABOUT THE DETROIT POETRY SLAM TEAM.
The epic poems of William Butler Yeats are rarely invoked by rock musicians as an artistic template, but Arcade Fire's William Pierce Butler is a happy exception.
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.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 12:12 am
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