Read Cooler’s Interview With Sarah Audsley, 2017 Shextreme Poetry Competition Winner
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Read Cooler’s Interview With Sarah Audsley, 2017 Shextreme Poetry Competition Winner

Cooler interviewed Sarah Audsley to talk about poetry, climbing, and the relationship between the two. Sarah’s poem “Questions: Ownership” won the Shextreme Poetry Competition. Lou Boyd from Cooler asks how Sarah deals with the fear of climbing and the fear of writer’s block. She answers: “Fear in climbing and in writing is not something I try to “overcome.” … 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

JFK at Amherst: Honoring Robert Frost and Poetry
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JFK at Amherst: Honoring Robert Frost and Poetry

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 … Continue reading

Rebecca Foust Named as Marin County Poet Laureate
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Rebecca Foust Named as Marin County Poet Laureate

2014 Dartmouth Poet in Residence at The Frost Place, Rebecca Foust, has been named as Marin County’s Poet Laureate! Her debut as Marin County Poet Laureate is set to take place on April 4 in San Rafael, CA, where she will read some of her poetry to the Marin County Board of Supervisors. Foust is the fifth … Continue reading