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
“Gabrielle Calvocoressi’s latest book of poems, Rocket Fantastic, is both her strangest and her most immediate — at once overtly narrative and startlingly discontinuous, thoroughly kind and streaked with violence, proper to a specific moment and alluringly out of time.” — Jonathan Farmer, Los Angeles Review of Books Read the full interview and review here.
Former Frost Place faculty and current Trustee at The Frost Place Vievee Francis is the author of Forest Primeval, her latest collection. It has received a lot of notoriety and praise, most recently from Liz Bowen of the Boston Review. Read the full review here!
“I knew there were ways to get a more nuanced picture. It’s not that parts of this story had not been told. They were just scattered. It wasn’t that stories were impossible to know, but no one had ever bothered to look or ask these questions.” Continue reading at Atlanta Magazine
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Friend of The Frost Place Nancy Richardson’s poems concern coming of age in the rust-belt of Ohio during a period of decay of the physical and political structures that made the region once solid and predictable. These are poems that chart the shifting of the foundations upon which a life is built and the unpredictability of …
Where do poems begin? How can we make language sing? Whether you’re new to writing poems or have dabbled in the past, join Forward prize-winning poet Liz Berry on a journey into the transformative world of poetry. http://bit.ly/1MmEefK