Read featured poems by Jayne Benjulian in Mudlark. Benjulian is a former participant at The Frost Place Poetry Seminar.
Check out Gabrielle Calvocoressi’s newest works: a chapbook full of poetry and recipes! The project unites food and literature—the best combination! Even better, you can download it for free! Calvocoressi was a faculty member at the 2016 Conference on Poetry at The Frost Place.
We are so excited to participate in #NHGives2017! Please support our involvement with this amazing event by donating to The Frost Place tomorrow, June 6 and Wednesday, June 7. Even small donations make a difference, and qualify us for incredible prizes!
“The frogs that were peeping a thousand shrill Wherever the ground was low and wet, The minute they heard my step went still To watch me and see what I came to get.” — from “Pea Brush” by Robert Frost Read the full poem here.
WBUR’s Radio Boston recently ran a segment on one of John F. Kennedy’s most memorable speeches. In 1963, Kennedy spoke at the Robert Frost Library groundbreaking ceremony held at Amherst College. “When power corrupts, poetry cleanses,” Kennedy said, referencing Frost’s purposeful union between poetry and power. We love this speech by Kennedy. It reminds us why poetry and Robert Frost …
Time is running out to apply to the Conference on Poetry at The Frost Place! Don’t let this amazing poetry opportunity pass you by! Apply today. What participants have said about the Conference on Poetry at The Frost Place: “The Frost barn poetry readings were magic. I’ll never forget those nights. Group sessions, workshops & just …
Check out this awesome write-up about poet Vievee Francis in Valley News. Francis is a former Frost Place poetry program faculty member and current member of the Board of Trustees at The Frost Place!