Don’t miss Joaquín Zihuatanejo tonight at The College of Idaho’s Jewett Auditorium, where he will read from his latest collection, Arsonist. The event begins at 8 pm. Joaquín is a former Latin@ fellow at The Frost Place, and served as a visiting faculty member at this year’s Conference on Poetry and Teaching.
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.
Enjoy these classic poems read in the voices of celebrities! Listen here. #NaPoMo #NPM18 #NationalPoetryMonth
TONIGHT: DDG Booksellers in Farmington, ME will host an author presentation and book signing of the books Tom o’Vietnam and Legends of the Slow Explosion by Baron Wormser beginning at 6:30 p.m. You don’t want to miss this! More information can be found here.
DDG Booksellers in Farmington, ME will host an author presentation and book signing of the books Tom o’Vietnam and Legends of the Slow Explosion by Baron Wormser on Wednesday, April 18 at 6:30 p.m. You don’t want to miss this! More information can be found here.
The 2nd Annual Four Way Books Symposium will take place on May 20 in Lexington, MA., from 12:30-4 pm. Purchase tickets here to join in on celebrating 25 years of Four Way Books including a discussion with Daniel Tobin on Intensity and Yeats, along with refreshments, and a fast auction. There is limited seating …
Don’t miss this poetry reading featuring Martha Rhodes, Lynette D’Amico, Leslie Lawrence, and Bob Oldshue at the Cambridge Boat Club on Wednesday, April 4th. The reading begins at 7 pm, with a social hour beforehand beginning at 6 pm. This reading will benefit the M.F.A. Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College and a $20 …
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.