Listen to the full interview: Forrest Gander & Eliza Tudor on Public Radio discuss poetry on April 22
‘Baby, I Don’t Care,’ Droll and Fierce Poems Influenced by Film Noir by Chelsey Minnis.
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The relationship between poetry and fashion has proved itself to be a rich one, especially recently, with a number of collections explicitly framed and shaped by the words, work and lives of poets both ancient and contemporary.
A new generation of female writers has attracted millions of online followers and an increasingly diverse audience.
By David Palumbo-Liu, Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor, and Professor of Comparative Literature, at Stanford University, drawn from his original post in 2012 in Stanford’s digital salon, Arcade.
Poetry by females gives a unique lens for examining history through women’s voices and perspectives…
Nevada County Arts Council is inviting the public to its Countywide Championships for Poetry Out Loud.
A collection from the trilingual poet who has published in French, English and her native Romanian that draws on two themes: the beauty of nature and the limitations of language. (Forthcoming in March from Seagull Books, University of Chicago Press)
“Philanthropy hasn’t done a lot for poetry,” she said. “But on the other hand, poetry survives no matter what.”
What, you thought it was all iambic pentameter and chamomile tea?
What is Eco-Poetry? “Maybe the development of environmental literacy, by which I mean a capacity for reading connections between the environment and its inhabitants, can be promoted by poetic literacy; maybe poetic literacy will be deepened through environmental literacy.” -Forrest Gander
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