Monthly Archives: September 2013

News and Events: Week of September 30

Events Sarah Bracey White, WVOX Radio/New Rochelle Thursday, October 3rd, 3 pm. Sarah will be interviewed by Linda Tarrant-Reid Listen in via live streaming News Andrea Carter Brown will be a Fellow at the artist’s colony Moulin à Nef in … Continue reading

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Events and News: Week of September 23rd

Events Sarah Bracey White (Greenburgh Public Library, 300 Tarrytown Road, Elmsford, NY) Tuesday, September 24th at 7pm More details here Michael Miller (The Jones Library, Amherst, MA) Tuesday, September 24 at 7pm Awarded as a “Must Read” 2013 selection, Michael … Continue reading

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News and Events: Week of September 16th

Events Jack Ridl, Shores of Lake Michigan (Holland, MI) Saturday, September 21st,  9:00am-3:30pm Jack will be leading a writing workshop on the variety of ways students can create a poem Visit Wayne State University Press for more info  

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Announcing the CavanKerry Poetry Podcast

We are thrilled to announce that we now have… The CavanKerry Poetry Podcast This new feature is a quarterly series looks into the world of poetry, from the creation of the work to the realities of publishing and everything in … Continue reading

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Where the Dead Are reviewed in Literary Mama

Grounded in straightforward narrative, these poems repeat the process of mourning. Highly accessible yet emotionally fraught, Where the Dead Are acts as a compass with which to navigate loss. Readers can participate alongside the speaker rather than only observe these … Continue reading

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Book Press Release: Primary Lessons

Primary Lessons A Memoir by Sarah Bracey White  As an African-American child growing up in the segregated pre-Civil Rights South, Sarah Bracey White pushed against the social conventions that warned her not to rock the boat, even before she was … Continue reading

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September 27: 100 Thousand Poets & Musicians for Change in Hoboken

­­­­­­­­­ As part of the third annual 100 Thousand Poets & Musicians for Change, an activist cultural movement started by a group of California poets, more than 500 events are being planned in over 100 countries. In these events, poets … Continue reading

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News and Events: Week of September 9th

Events Jack Ridl, Knickerbocker Theater (Holland, MI) Thursday, September 12th Jack will be giving a TEDx talk Visit TEDx Macatawa for more info News Nin Andrews has 2 poems, “Two Poems” and “The Hardworking Man” in the online journal Plume

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Poetry Heals featured in Aspen University’s Nursing Blog

As a poet and longtime teacher of poetry, Teresa Carson is accustomed to entering difficult rooms. So when she came into a conference room at a New Jersey hospital in April of 2012 and observed, as she put it, that … Continue reading

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News and Events: Week of September 2

Events Jack Ridl, Alcona Arts Festival (Alcona, MI) Thursday-Sunday, September 5-8 Workshop and Reading For more info visit Alcona Arts Festival Joan Seliger Sidney, New Britain Museum of American Art, (New Britain, CT) Friday, September 6, 6-8pm Joan will read … Continue reading

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