Has Your Writing Been Rejected? Robert Frost Knew That Struggle!
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Has Your Writing Been Rejected? Robert Frost Knew That Struggle!

Rejection is something many writers are far too familiar with—even Robert Frost. In 1912, before Frost moved to England and published his first collections of poetry, he submitted some of his poems to the editor of The Atlantic Monthly, who at the time was Ellery Sedgwick. Sedgwick rejected Frost’s poetry, claiming The Atlantic Monthly had … Continue reading

30 Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month
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30 Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month

Are you having trouble finding ways to celebrate National Poetry Month? Luckily, the Academy of American Poets has provided a list of 30 Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month. Some of our favorites include: Ask your governor or mayor for a proclamation in support of National Poetry Month Poem in Your Pocket Day — On April 26, … Continue reading

National Poetry Month | “Remembering Robert Frost”
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National Poetry Month | “Remembering Robert Frost”

For the fourth year running, the Northeast Storytellers will host a Robert Frost remembrance on Tuesday, April 10​, 2-3:30 pm in place of the regular monthly Poetry Tea Party. The “Remembering Robert Frost” special gathering will be dedicated to the memory, poetic works, and legacy Robert Frost. The memorial event will take place at the … Continue reading

Save The Date: April 10, 2018 | Northeast Storytellers Host “Remembering Robert Frost” Event
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Save The Date: April 10, 2018 | Northeast Storytellers Host “Remembering Robert Frost” Event

For the fourth year running, the Northeast Storytellers will host a Robert Frost remembrance on Tuesday, April 10​, 2-3:30 pm in place of the regular monthly Poetry Tea Party. The “Remembering Robert Frost” special gathering will be dedicated to the memory, poetic works, and legacy Robert Frost. The memorial event will take place at the … Continue reading

Yona Harvey & Black Panther Movie
Alumni News / Faculty / News

Yona Harvey & Black Panther Movie

“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 … Continue reading