My poetry chapbook, SILENCE HAS A NAME, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2015. It's a meditation on impermanence and I would love to have you read, comment or review it. It's available through Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Finishing Line Press, and through me. Check out the following links:…Continue
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Monday Muse profiles Tina Cane, Rhode Island's new Poet Laureate.
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I hadn’t planned to write a “real” book, never imagined being published. I do not identify as a writer, do not do research or create characters. Nor am I a memoirist although what became my book does relate my journey. So the story behind the book…
I had discovered expressive…Continue
A look at a trio of highly anticipated poetry collections:
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View today's charming, animated short 'Omelet', based on a poem by Fiona Tinwei Lam.
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Celebrate Christmas Day with "The Christ Hymn" by Alana Levandoski; paintings by Julie Ann Stevens and poetry by Malcolm Guite, Scott Cairns, Joel McKerrow, and Luci Shaw.
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Lauren Camp provides the Thought for the Day:
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Don't miss Laura Scrivano's film treatment of T.S. Eliot's 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock':
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Monday Muse rounds up a half-dozen early- to mid-winter poetry readings for you to enjoy:
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See 'Fairy Tale', a selection of tiny poems created from my tweets during our Twitter Poetry Party:
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Monday Muse rounds up poetry-related interviews, essays, or features worth reading:
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Thursday's Three presents poetry collections by Ed Skoog and Stanley Plumly and a book of Philip Levine's essays, speeches, and journal entries.
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Sharing a new poem: 'So Much Noise'.
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Monday Muse reviews Denise Miller's chapbook 'Ligatures':
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My essay about persecuted poets, "Hearing the Voices Beyond Our Borders", is up today at TweetSpeak Poetry:
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A brief profile of poet Holly Corfield Carr and the film treatment of her poem 'Aft':
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Monday Muse Asks, Did You Know. . . Another in an occasional series presenting facts about poets and poetry that you might not know:
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Today, Thursday's Three shares excerpts from a trio of Thanksgiving poems.
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A brief profile of Cortney Lamar Charleston plus a moving Motionpoems film based on his poem 'How Do You Raise a Black Child?"
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Monday Muse curates a list of five recently read and recommended titles:
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