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- Tribeca Film Festival to Screen Inmatesâ€™ Partnership With High School Students
In partnership with the Educational Services Unit of the NYC Department of Correction and through a program run by Tribeca Film Institute, incarcerated women from the Rikers Island Media Lab spent their school year writing and producing a visual poem in ...
- Shelisha Campbell Releases Poetry Book
major depression and anxiety issues as well as a single mother to her three children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Campbell in this book shares her innermost emotion by expressing her everyday life through poetry. Campbell hopes ...
- Common Sense to Honor Role Models and Leaders Who Are Building Bright Futures for Kids
Attendees will enjoy a poetry reading from National Student Poet Joey Reisberg ... and visionaries who are transforming the way kids learn, grow, and thrive in a 24/7 digitally connected world. Funds raised through this event, now in its 12th year ...
- 3 Queer Poetry Collections for Tough Times
Itâ€™s one of the best books of poetry Iâ€™ve ever read. This is not because For Your Own Good is in itself prone to any grandiose gestures or excess, but because it is truly a near-perfect, devastating collection of poetry. I do not say devastating lightly.
- Christian Rodil
Christian Rodil, a highly experimental poet from Manila, Philippines, is an emerging writer who focuses on experimentation of form, content and style. Most of his poems is left untitled to give the reader the right of putting their own meaning and title ...
- The New Yorkerâ€™s new bot will tweet 92 years worth of poetry at you
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- Why Catholic Schools Should Scrap Scholastic Book Fairs
In order to help create that community, YA authors David Levithan and Billy Merrell have collected original poems, essays, and stories by young adults in their teens and early 20s ... were attracted to the same girl? Love comes in many shapes and sizes.
- Martinsburg resident finds new niche in performance poetry
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- Never Begin to Sing (2)
One in a series subtitled 10 Prose Poems about Sound by HILOBROW friend Damon Krukowski. Republished with the authorâ€™s permission from the 2004 collection The Memory Theater Burned (Turtle Point). I am mute, ignored, covered in dust. At the end of a dark ...
- 14 Brides Share What They Absolutely Hated About Their Wedding Day
Cynthia Demos of Cynthia Demos Communications RELATED: 8 Beautiful Love Poems For When Two Become One 9. My mother-in-law was a nightmare. "For my wedding day, I loathed seeing and dealing with my husband's mother. It got so bad I tried to convince my ...
- Unknown Sylvia Plath poems, lost play by Edith Wharton discovered by scholars
Both poems are early works of Plath and give clues about her development ... who had suffered a serious injury,â€ Rattray and Chinery write in the Edith Wharton Review, where they published their discovery. The past few years have seen the discovery ...
- Poetry and dance engage Bristol schools at Black History event
Pupils from Bristol schools visited the University of Bristol for a series of themed activities marking Black History Month and celebrating diversity. On 17 October, Year 10 students from across the city enjoyed an opportunity to engage with poetry and ...
- Children's Theater opens this weekend
The Calumet Childrenâ€™s Theater opens this weekend with two different productions, followed by a second weekend of Teen Theater, a first-ever program for the local thespian group.
- POETRY: LITTLE FEATHERED FRIENDS
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- Why I Write Poetry: Barton Smock
A few weeks ago, I posted about â€œWhy I Write Poetryâ€ and encouraged others to share their thoughts, stories, and experiences for future guest posts. Iâ€™ve already received so many, and I hope they keep coming in (details on how to contribute below).