We’re past the halfway mark in National Poetry Month, exuding poems each day, no doubt. Caught up in the whirlwind of readings and writings, some news is late (but not too late) to capture our attention, including this: the good folks at… 24 more words
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Isabel Raphael (Conde Nast) features a photo gallery with images from the new edition of Cuba Then: Rare and Classic Images from the Ramiro Fernandez Collection… 227 more words
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It’s National Poetry Month once again, and as usual, Seattle and its libraries are awash in poetry events.
The Northeast Branch is hosting its annual all-ages poetry contest, in which everyone is invited to submit a poem at any time in April, and potentially win prizes (including the Wedgie grand prize trophy) and read their poems aloud at the… 175 more words
The Washington Center for the Book at The Seattle Public Library has just announced the 2014 featured work: For All of Us, One Today: An Inaugural Poet’s Journey… 72 more words
Those who read Suzanne Roberts’ hilarious account of mistaking the poet Richard Blanco for writer Nick Flynn will surely enjoy this follow-up to Suzanne’s embarrassing encounter: 1,199 more words