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Jack White is on a role, this past year his steadfast dedication to music has spiraled the singer in all artistic directions making his fans very happy.
Brain, Child: The Magazine for Thinking Mothers launched in 2000 and has been lauded for its award-winning content.
Calling all Billy Shakespeares! The City of Emeryville seeks your best villanelle, sonnet, haiku, free verse, or any other kind of poetry you deign to write for its new contest, Poems on the Emery Go-Round.
Dunedin poet and New Zealand Poet Laureate Vincent O'Sullivan has been short-listed for the poetry prize in the 2014 New Zealand Book Awards, announced yesterday.
Poet Shay Cook reads from her latest collection Black Silk Tuesday, July 22, 6 to 7 p.m., at the C. Blythe Andrews Jr. Public Library.
A poem about Worksop or another town in your circulation area could win 1,000 in a free poetry competition.
Sherman-Jollis recently completed her sophomore year at East Chapel Hill High School.
The easy answer is lead singer. But watching him guide his seven-member band through its set at Frederik Meijer Gardens amphitheater was more like watching a type of sonneteer at a musical poetry slam.
Let's get one thing straight, though. Valerie Macon did nothing wrong, nothing to warrant the unflattering attention her recent appointment to be the state's poet laureate shone on her.
On Wednesday, July 30, 9:00am-12:00 noon, the Cobscook Community Learning Center will offer "Fun With Words! Poetry for Kids," with instructor Ally Talbot.
Roman was Russian or maybe Ukrainian. The folks of his town went from one to the other with each shift of the restless border.
A NEW arts event launches tomorrow in Bournemouth. Summer Live - Bournemouth Square is a programme of art and live music for the town centre.
Organised by United Press, the competition aims to get the creative juices flowing and encourage people to pen a poem about the town in which they live.
Korean author Bae Su-ah's novel "Cheolsu" will be published in English in the United States next April, LTI Korea announced.
Members of the Northeast Louisiana Poetry Society honored Charline Brown with a celebration on June 14. Brown, a founding member of the original Monroe Poetry Society, was also instrumental in forming the Northeast Louisiana Chapter of the National League of American Pen Women.
The Broadwalk Centre, in Station Road, Edgware, is inviting people to enter its poetry competition based on the events during the war.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 12:23 am
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