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34 min ago | Whitehaven News
A WOMAN with a Whitehaven-born mother and a Lebanese father is counting her success in a People on the Move poetry competition with her two entries: Landing and Whitehaven.
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34 min ago | Foster's Daily Democrat
Dig out your bongos and berets - Daddy-O's is open for business on Friday, April 4 at 7:00 p.m. at the New Durham Public Library.
2 hrs ago | Pocklington Today
A spoken word showcase of some of the finest up-and-coming poets Yorkshire has to offer will take palce at Pocklington Arts Centre tomorrow.
3 hrs ago | Brighouse Echo
Talented youngsters lit up the stage with an evening of variety performances at the annual Rastrick's Got Talent showcase.
Micah Barton and his mother, Heather, look at a title that could become part of a spine poem by adding it to a small pile of books and reading their names from top to bottom to form a verse.
In The Day of Shelly's Death , the anthropologist and poet Renato Rosaldo writes about the death of his wife, Michelle Rosaldo, in 1981 just after they had arrived in the Philippines for a fieldwork expedition.
In Erika Robuck's tale, you will find passion, intrigue, romance, and feel a sizzling energy during a difficult time in two women's lives.
"The Poetry of Derek Walcott 1948-2013" by Derek Walcott, selected by Glyn Maxwell Just as the sea surges relentlessly against the shores of his native St. Lucia, so Derek Walcott has forged an oceanic career as a poet.
Nine students from Oregon high schools presented their own personalities and interpretations Saturday as they recited poems at the Poetry Out Loud state championship.
What a better time to sing the praises of daffodils and other flowers than when thinking about the long awaited arrival of spring? Poetry has a special and creative way of expressing feelings about the world around us.
Poetry OutLoud @ The Library Contest Will Highlight Young Poets April 2nd event at Camarillo Library is for grades 3 - 8 from throughout the county This story is contributed by a member of the Ventura community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with Ventura County Star As part of National Poetry Month, open to students from grade 3 to 8, ... (more)
Thirty-four students are slated to recite poems in the competition, which is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with the Poetry Foundation and coordinated by the N.C. Arts Council.
A book on Yiddish published by a Polish Jewish group has won first prize at one of the world's leading professional fairs for children's literature.
"Haiku is the Spice of Life," by Ginny Tata-Phillips and Diane Grindol. . Local connection: Pacific Grove resident Diane Grindol loves to cook and to write haiku.
Ten New Jersey high school students showcased the power of poetry Friday, finding the humor and heartbreak, the rhythm and melody in 29 works they recited from memory at the New Jersey Poetry Out Loud State Finals.
The LQCL invites you to bring in a poem that you wrote and your name will be entered into a drawing for prizes.