Poetry Reading by Vievee Francis: November 13, 2017
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Poetry Reading by Vievee Francis: November 13, 2017

Former Frost Place faculty member and current Frost Place Trustee Vievee Francis will read from her poetry collections on November 13, 2017, at 8 pm. The reading will take place at Amherst Books in Amherst, MA. Francis’s poetry has been described as “fearless, full-throated, [and] whip-smart.” This is an event you do not want to … Continue reading

August 9: Poetry Reading by Christina Hutchins at Dartmouth College
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August 9: Poetry Reading by Christina Hutchins at Dartmouth College

Don’t miss 2017 Dartmouth Poet in Residence Christina Hutchins’s reading at Dartmouth College on August 9, 2017 at 4 pm. Join us in the Wren Room, Sanborn House at Dartmouth College where Christina will read from her collections Tender the Maker and The Stranger Dissolves. As always, the reading is free and open to the public.  Continue reading

Third Annual NH Poetry Festival to Take Place on September 23
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Third Annual NH Poetry Festival to Take Place on September 23

Registration is open for the third annual New Hampshire Poetry Festival on Saturday, September 23, and workshop spots are filling fast! They have an amazing lineup this year, with Pulitzer Prize winner and former Frost Place faculty member Gregory Pardlo as their headliner. Don’t miss out on workshops with other award-winning poets Oliver de la … Continue reading

April 29: Reading and Craft Talk with Diane Seuss at Kalamazoo Institute of Arts
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April 29: Reading and Craft Talk with Diane Seuss at Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

Don’t miss Pulitzer Prize finalist and The Frost Place’s 2017 Chapbook Competition final judge, Diane Seuss, as she reads from her collections of poetry and discusses craft at Kalamazoo Institute of Art. The event will take place on April 29 from 7 — 8 pm. It is free and open to the public, and will … Continue reading