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- Poetry Sunday: Eileen Huang
Julia Falkner reads her poem, "Ellis County, Kansas." Listen Listening... 1:35 Poetry by Julia Falkner David Xiang reads his poem "Compass." Michaela Coplen reads her poem, "after november, all we dare do now." Michaela Coplen is a winner of the National S ...
- Eccentric poetry of Ireland's 'first civil servant' given new life at Imram festival
IF YOU DONâ€™T know the name Liam S GÃ³gan, or his work, here are a few quick points to get you started. He was born in into a family of sweet shop owners, and quickly became involved in the Republican movement that was gathering pace at the time.
- How writing haiku has made me a better scientist
One Christmas, my aunt Barbara gave me a poetry book. Nestled among the pages of verse was ... Sciku are an easy-to-digest form of public engagement. And I have found that writing sciku can be a form of career therapy, forcing me to view research through ...
- Kirk Cameron and Leonardo DiCaprio Lead Tributes to Alan Thicke
Meanwhile, actress Paula Patton, who was Thickeâ€™s daughter-in-law for many years and the mother of his grandson Julian, posted an inspirational poem by Mother Teresa to her Instagram Tuesday evening. Patton, who divorced Robin Thicke in 2015, simply ...
- Romantic novel good to this day as it was back then
The main plot of the story focuses on the friendship and romantic rivalry between him ... including sculpted gardens, cuisine, music and poetry. This has provided a wealth of references to many aspects of the Chinese culture for the future geneÂrations ...
- â€œI read. I travel. I become.â€ Homage to Derek Walcott
In his late teens he self-published his first works â€“ 25 Poems (1948) and Epitaph for the Young ... I searched for and found the transcript online this afternoon and mention it here because I think some of what Walcott said is relevant to current ...
- Van Gordon Martin Plays At Clyde's On Main Oct. 6
(click for more) Poet and musician Christian Collier will perform at Dalton Stateâ€™s ... His accomplishments have led him to work with HBOâ€™s Def Poetry cast. Mr. Collier ... (click for more) Morning Teleportation Plays At JJ's Bohemia Sept.
- Cambridge, Mass., launches sidewalk poetry program after record snows
Anyone who's tried to clear snow off a sidewalk knows how destructive winter can be to them. There are frost heaves, piles of salt, bulldozers scraping by and there you are, battering away at it with a shovel.
- Edward Little senior earns top place at 10th annual poetry festival
Abdraba, born in Iraq, wrote a poem titled "A Message" that contained Arabic phrases as well as English, describing an immigrant family's heartbreaking separation. Second place went to Waynflete 11th grader Riley Mayes, for her poem "Across the Street ...
- The Best George Herbert Poems Everyone Should Read
A poem calling for plain speech in poetry ... (The collar refers specifically to the â€˜dog collarâ€™ that denotes a Christian priest, with its connotations of ownership and restricted freedom, though it also suggests being bound or restricted more ...
- Crossroads Poetry Project Annual Contest deadlines Friday
Davis has labored to continue the work of the CPP to bring poetry into the lives of the area school children as well as the adult community through monthly poetry readings at the library, poetry readings in the schools, and free poetry workshops.
- Paul Taylor Opens With Humor Intact, but Poetry Missing
What are we to make of the choreographer Paul Taylor and his annual three-week New York season? His dancers â€” the company is based here â€” are among the cityâ€™s most accomplished, personable and sensuous; his repertory includes many of the worldâ€™s ...
- Poet and writer Vijay Nambisan dies at 54
won him the first ever All India Poetry Competition award organised by the Poetry Society of India and the British Council. Historian Ramchandra Guha said he was sad to hear of Nambisanâ€™s passing. â€œHe was a wonderful writer, and human being ...
- The grandmother of New Zealand poetry: an essay by Helen Hogan, 94 this month
All week this week the Spinoff Review of Books devotes itself to poetry in the build-up to Phantom Billstickers national poetry day on Friday. Today: an essay by the remarkable Helen Hogan, who brought poetry to a generation of young New Zealanders.
- FOUR LARKS RETURNS TO THE GETTY VILLA TO PERFORM A NEW ADAPTATION OF THE OLDEST SURVIVING ANCIENT GREEK POETRY
The beautiful poems offer clues to the spiritual and cultural practices of the Greeks, where poetry, belief, and daily practice were intertwined. Passed down in fragments through varies translations, the ancient hymns were meant to be malleable.