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Happy Easter, everybody! So many fun #events this #week, from skating to lectures to wine to poetry. I forgot to do any Passover events last week, so let’s make it an atheist twofer as I completely neglect any Easter events. C’mon, you know what you’re Continue reading read more...

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Happy Easter, everybody! So many fun #events this #week, from skating to lectures to wine to poetry. I forgot to do any Passover events last week, so let’s make it an atheist twofer as I completely neglect any Easter events. C’mon, you know what you’re Continue reading read more...

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Happy Easter, everybody! So many fun #events this #week, from skating to lectures to wine to poetry. I forgot to do any Passover events last week, so let’s make it an atheist twofer as I completely neglect any Easter events. C’mon, you know what you’re Continue reading read more...

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Happy Easter, everybody! So many fun #events this #week, from skating to lectures to wine to poetry. I forgot to do any Passover events last week, so let’s make it an atheist twofer as I completely neglect any Easter events. C’mon, you know what you’re Continue reading read more...

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Happy Easter, everybody! So many fun #events this #week, from skating to lectures to wine to poetry. I forgot to do any Passover events last week, so let’s make it an atheist twofer as I completely neglect any Easter events. C’mon, you know what you’re Continue reading read more...

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Happy Easter, everybody! So many fun #events this #week, from skating to lectures to wine to poetry. I forgot to do any Passover events last week, so let’s make it an atheist twofer as I completely neglect any Easter events. C’mon, you know what you’re Continue reading read more...

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Happy Easter, everybody! So many fun #events this #week, from skating to lectures to wine to poetry. I forgot to do any Passover events last week, so let’s make it an atheist twofer as I completely neglect any Easter events. C’mon, you know what you’re Continue reading read more...

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The third annual Lotus Loves Literacy Poetry Slam is slated for May 11 at 6 p.m. at the Camp Echo Lake Lodge. This year proceeds from the event will benefit the Double H Ranch in Lake read more...

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Credit image: National Poetry Month logo/Poets.org It?s the final day of National Poetry Month! read more...

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Five years after Boa Mistura?s first project in Vila read more...

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Five years after Boa Mistura?s first project in Vila read more...

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Five years after Boa Mistura?s first project in Vila read more...

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The Science Fiction Poetry Association (est. 1978) is accepting submissions of speculative #poetry for the July 2017 #issue of its flagship ezine, Eye to the Telescope. This issue will conjure up verse-style stories of “Garbage.” The human relationship with waste is a close one. It?s also one where perspective is vital. One multidimensional being?s waste read more...

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Beginning in the 1950s, largely due to the efforts of Hyam Plutzik, who became the first John Hall Deane Professor of Rhetoric and Poetry, the English department had begun to build a culture around #poetry writing and performance. In the fall of 1967 ...Joanne Kyger, fearless poet, dies at 82Joanne Kyger, a renowned poet who was unafraid to speak her mind and published over 20 books of verse, died late last month at her home in read more...

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Beginning in the 1950s, largely due to the efforts of Hyam Plutzik, who became the first John Hall Deane Professor of Rhetoric and Poetry, the English department had begun to build a culture around #poetry writing and performance. In the fall of 1967 ...Joanne Kyger, fearless poet, dies at 82Joanne Kyger, a renowned poet who was unafraid to speak her mind and published over 20 books of verse, died late last month at her home in read more...

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Pablo Neruda, born Ricardo Eliecer Neftali Reyes Basoalto, was a poet-diplomat and politician, with strong ties to the Chilean Communist Party.Columbus Makes Art Presents Lucy A. Snyder on Writing Horror, Science Fiction, Poetry and MoreColumbus Makes Art Presents Lucy A. Snyder on Writing Horror, Science Fiction, Poetry and More. April 5, 2017 1:00 pm David Weaver Columbus Makes Art Presents Lucy A. Snyder on Writing Horror, Science Fiction, Poetry Author Lucy A. Snyder read more...

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Erline Andrews Poetry in T&T is at an exciting crossroads. Poetry slams are drawing sold-out read more...

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Why Art? Reflections on Art and Leadership at a CEO Roundtable Retreat I recently had the pleasure of facilitating a #leadership retreat for members of the CEO Roundtable in Boston. Here is an account of the day from Loren Carlson, CEO of the Roundtable: In 20 years of annual CEO retreats we have repeatedly explored the arts and humanities ? poetry, classical music, jazz, mythology, Shakespeare, Homer, [...] Creativity at read more...

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Why Art? Reflections on Art and Leadership at a CEO Roundtable Retreat I recently had the pleasure of facilitating a #leadership retreat for members of the CEO Roundtable in Boston. Here is an account of the day from Loren Carlson, CEO of the Roundtable: In 20 years of annual CEO retreats we have repeatedly explored the arts and humanities ? poetry, classical music, jazz, mythology, Shakespeare, Homer, [...] Creativity at read more...

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Why Art? Reflections on Art and Leadership at a CEO Roundtable Retreat I recently had the pleasure of facilitating a #leadership retreat for members of the CEO Roundtable in Boston. Here is an account of the day from Loren Carlson, CEO of the Roundtable: In 20 years of annual CEO retreats we have repeatedly explored the arts and humanities ? poetry, classical music, jazz, mythology, Shakespeare, Homer, [...] Creativity at read more...

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