3 hrs ago | Cybercast News Service
A new website on prison poetry was launched this week with assistance from a $75,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
7 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
An Iliad, adapted from Homer by Lisa Peters on and Denis O'Hare , with translation by Robert Fagles , is directed by Penny Metropulos at Syracuse Stage , running now through June 9. BroadwayWorld has a first look at Joseph Graves as The Poet onstage below! This remarkable adaptation of Homer's account of the Trojan War vivifies the tale's epic ... (more)
11 hrs ago | New Yorker
The Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum will reopen in October, after being closed for over a year due to lack of funding.
14 hrs ago | The Gleaner
Oku Onuora, barefooted and all, gives his audience at Kingston Pon Di River a taste of his legendary poetry last April.- File In 1984, Sketches - a riveting, rhyme-and-rhythm depiction of urban crime and violence, that was first published by pioneer performance poetry artist Oku Onuora in his 1978 book Ech o - re-emerged as a poignant and powerful ... (more)
Behind the podium, onstage and off, she is easy and full of the lighter take on most things.
I saw the weakest minds of my occupation destroyed by blog comments, hate-eating hysterical shivering, dragging themselves through message boards at dawn looking for a troll to fight.
Ex-city dock worker Matt West was plucked from scores of entrants in a Daily Echobacked campaign to find Southampton's first children's poet laureate.
His jokes often lack jokes and the guys have grabbed Reilly's most recent article about the New York Jets in which Reilly takes a stab at poetry.
This year's Redwood Coast Peace Poetry & Art contest, sponsored by Veterans For Peace, will culminate in a celebration from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Humboldt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Fellowship Hall, 23 Fellowship Way in Bayside.
Adrienne Rich, Allen Ginsberg, Langston Hughes and Wallace Stevens have been among the poets whose work recently became available in electronic format.
FRIDAY 26 JULY. 2013 @ Unhinged Productions, 65 Cobden St, GISBORNE. 7 PM. Following the book launch there will be a mix of open mic.
God, science and the natural world infuse the poetry of Lucille Lang Day, whose memoir, "Married at Fourteen," is a finalist for a Northern California Book Award in creative nonfiction.
NEWS RELEASE LAKE SUPERIOR STATE UNIVERSITY ****************************** LSSU English professor Eric Gadzinski is U.P. Poet Laureate finalist SAULT STE.
Byron Boys Ranch Librarian Nadia Bagdasar chooses books she thinks will speak to the residents' experiences and appeal to their interests.
Last year about this time Michael Crummey appeared at the Charles W. Stockey Centre to read from his novel Galore, a rich fantastical epic of life in the Newfoundland outports.
One of the most persistent stories about America - that it was made by immigrants fleeing "the old country" - is also one of the most incomplete.