It’s never too late to start writing poetry. Read Diana Goetsch’s essay “Teaching William Zinsser to Write Poetry” featured in The New Yorker. Then apply to the 2018 Conference on Poetry and Teaching for your chance to work side-by-side with Diana. Advertisements
The deadline for the Snowbound Chapbook Award from Tupelo Press is just days away! The 2018 final judge is Eduardo C. Corral, who also will be teaching at the 2018 Poetry Seminar at The Frost Place. Learn more here.
“The official release of Marvel’s highly anticipated Black Panther film over the weekend was a momentous cultural moment for Dr. Yona Harvey.” — Tiffany Pennamon, Baylor University Former Conference on Poetry faculty member Yona Harvey is a poet and assistant professor of English at the University of Pittsburgh. She is also one of the first African-American female writers …
Read this wonderful article about Afaa Michael Weaver’s poetry reading at the Holyoke Art Exhibit in Holyoke, MA. The exhibit is open throughout the month of February in celebration of Black History Month.
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.
Read former Frost Place faculty member Adrian Blevins poem “Appalachians Run Amok” featured at Two Sylvias Press.