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1 Oct 2014 |Reading of Keats: A Fundraiser at the Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome

Whether or not you are in Rome, if you are an admirer of John Keats’ poetry or poetry in general, then this fundraising event may be of interest to you. 158 more words

Nonfiction

Is Reading Poetry Hard?

Every now and then I read or see an article about why poetry isn’t read, isn’t relevant, or something along that line.  Criticism is often based on the idea that poetry today lives in a closed system.   893 more words

Poetry

THE NEGRO SPEAKS OF RIVERS by LANGSTON HUGHES

For me every time I read this particular Langston Huges poem it feels and sounds different. I really like going back to it after some time has past because it takes you a deeper into the soul of what inspired the poet to write… 6 more words

Poetry Is Gay

Amanda Bubble Has Had a Really Good Year

A few years ago, I invented a persona named Amanda Bubble, in whose voice I’ve written a couple of dozen poems. Gradually, hers has become the most frequent voice in my full-length manuscript (the latest iteration of which I’ve given the working title “Amanda Bubble and the Wild-Caught Gods”). 286 more words

Dave's night out

Sunday, September 14, 2014
7:00 p.m. ~$10.50

Godfrey Daniels listening room
4th St. Bethlehem PA

Ann E. Michael with Danielle Notaro and musician/host Dave Fry… 75 more words

Poetry

Sept. 12 @ 7 p.m. ~ Leslie McGraw Poetry Reading

JJB will be hosting a poetry reading and book signing featuring Leslie McGraw, author of Emergencies of the Heart, on Friday, September 12, at 7 p.m. 209 more words

100 Days of Art - Day 9: Luv Pomes

Roses are red and
violets are blue.
die, bitch.

“To the Girl who works at Starbucks down the street from my house on Del Mar Heights Road; I swear to God, I’m not a stalker.” 27 more words

Poetry