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In early March, the 30th anniversary of the 1984-85 miners' strike will be marked with three performances of The Miners' Hymns - a 50-minute sound/film project by the American director Bill Morrison and the Icelandic composer JA3hann JA3hannsson, which premiered at Durham Cathedral in 2010.
The poems in "Click and Clone" are so electric, so unique and so much fun to read that we can only imagine how much fun Equi had in writing them.
Now available online for free, the newest issue of the Delaware Poetry Review features a generous selection of poems by nine authors with ties to the Delmarva Region.
Margaret Wise Brown died in 1952 of an embolism. Her sister kept a trunk of her possessions including more than 60 manuscripts of unpublished work.
POETRY EVENT RETURNS: The Warwick Museum of Art will bring back its popular Mad Poet's CafA© with a performance from spoken word artists Brother's Keeper this Saturday at 7 p.m. Warwick Museum of Art will bring back their popular poetry event, Mad Poet's CafA©, starting Saturday, March 8 at the Museum.
The historic walls of the Michigan Theatre were plastered with poems, and the stage echoed with songs inspired by the creative efforts of Jackson's youth Wednesday night.
Through March 30. The Ethnic Studies Program and the Cross Cultural Series in partnership with Biblioteca San Joaquin Murrieta Library directed by Richard Soto will display the "Bracero Guest Workers and Women Workers of 1942-64 Exhibition" in the Multicultural Enrichment Center, Room 101 at Woodland Community College.
The work of Tony Award-winning poet, playwright, author, performer and HBO Def Poetry regular Lemon Andersen is described as fresh but intensive, raw but truthful.
NEW figures show there are 64,000 16-24-year-olds on the scrapheap and if they all stood in line then their chain of misery would stretch from Glasgow to Stirling.
Poetry is on the agenda at Hope College's Jack Ridl Visiting Writers Series Thursday evening.
A boy from Sherston, near Malmesbury, received a letter of thanks on behalf of Prince Charles after sending him a handwritten poem about the prince's visit to the village in November.
It's been a little quiet at Poetic Asides the past week or so-but that's only because I've been getting all my ducks in a row for the 7th Annual Poetic Asides April PAD Challenge.
The children from The Westgate and Twyford schools were treated to Sir Andrew Motion reading poems at the Holiday Inn, Morn Hill last Friday.
Artists often draw inspiration from their daily life. Whether they are sculptors, painters, filmmakers or another type of artist, the root of the work can generally be traced to a life experience.
The Laredo Public Library's 11th Annual Poetry Festival is once again upon us. Organizers hope to receive haikus, sonnets, poems that rhyme and poems that don't, all vying for a bevy of prizes in the annual poetry contest.
"The poem was 'The Bush Christening' and just after I started I remember the audience shouting out 'lift her up, we can't see her'.