2016 Frost Place and Bull City Press Chapbook Competition winner Tiana Clark, and other poets, have teamed up with FilmBar and the Virginia G Piper Center for Creative Writing at Arizona State University to present Motionpoems Season 8: Dear Mr. President, a collection of short films based on poems. Tiana’s poem “The Ayes Have It” has …
The Frost Place extended fall hours have begun! The museum is open daily, 10 am – 5 pm, closed Tuesdays. Stop by and watch the leaves change color, while sitting on Robert Frost’s front porch. New Hampshire residents receive a dollar off their admission fee when they present their valid NH license.
Jane Huffman is a former Poetry Seminar participant at The Frost Place. Her poem “Ode” is published in The New Yorker and is available here.
Read this fabulous article from Elizabeth Howard in The Laconia Daily Sun. Howard visited The Frost Place, attended a poetry reading, and wrote a wonderful tribute to New Hampshire and some of the great poets who have lived here.
Learn more about Diane Seuss’s latest book, Still Life With Two Dead Peacocks and a Girl, her current writing projects, and more! Read the interview here.
Frost met Ernest Silver at Pinkerton Academy in Derry, where Silver was the high school principal and Frost taught English. When Silver became the president of what was then known as Plymouth Normal School, he invited Frost to come teach education and psychology. “Hope you got your pedagogy renovated by the kid-glove contingent at the institute.” Frost …
Gregory Pardlo was featured as a guest on NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross. Listen to Pardlo discuss his new book Air Traffic: A Memoir Of Ambition And Manhood In America. Order Pardlo’s new memoir here.