The New Hampshire Public Radio segment “You Asked, We Answered: Where in N.H. Can I Go to Learn More About Robert Frost?” features The Frost Place and The Frost Place’s executive director Maudelle Driskell. It’s a beautiful story about Robert Frost in New Hampshire, and it’s worth a listen! Listen here. Advertisements
Carrie Fountain of KUT News hosted Diane Seuss, where she read her poem “Song in My Heart” and discussed the meaning behind the poem. Listen to the brief interview and Diane’s reading here.
New Hampshire author and Frost Place friend Meg Kearney was recently featured on NHPR’s “The Bookshelf.” Meg Kearney and NHPR author Peter Biello discuss Kearney’s newest book When You Never Said Goodbye, adoption, poetry, and more. Listen to the full segment here.
Listen and read along to “The Silver Thread” by Afaa M. Weaver here. Afaa is a former faculty member at The Frost Place poetry programs and currently serves on The Frost Place Board of Trustees.
Have you read Vievee Francis’s poem “Given to Rust” yet? Now is your chance. Even better, you can listen to her read it aloud, too. Click here to read and listen. Vievee Francis is a former faculty member at The Frost Place poetry programs, and is a current member of the Board of Trustees at …
Jennifer Grotz’s poem “Staring into the Sun” is the Poem-of-the-Day from Academy of American Poets. Read the poem and listen to Grotz read it aloud here!
Poems from Patrick Donnelly’s upcoming collection Little-Known Operas are live on Kenyon Review! Listen and read the five selected poems about opera singer Maria Callas. Patrick Donnelly is the author of four books of poetry: The Charge, Nocturnes of the Brothel of Ruin, Jesus Said (a chapbook from Orison Books, 2017), and Little-Known Operas, forthcoming from Four Way Books …