Monthly Archives: January 2014

Some Friday Fun: Classification of Book Lovers

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Poetry and Education: Carlene M. Gadapee on “Poetry and Perspective”

Last year CavanKerry Press donated, as part of its GiftBooks program, copies of Divina Is Divina by Jack Wiler, to Meg Gadapee, an RA at a under-served college in Vermont, who wanted to create “an oasis of sanity for people who love … Continue reading

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Happy 350th Anniversary to New Jersey!

CavanKerry Press is pleased to celebrate the 350th anniversary of its home state. For a small state, New Jersey has produced, or been home to, a disproportionate number of poets who shaped, and reshaped, nineteenth and twentieth century American poetry … Continue reading

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News and Events: Week of January 27

Events Jack Ridl, Hope College (Holland, MI) Thursday, January 30th at 9:30am Jack will have a Q & A with class that is reading Losing Season Visit Hope College for more info Jack Ridl, Saugatuck Center for the Arts (Saugatuck, MI) Saturday, February … Continue reading

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Angela Santillo in “The Unfelt Wonder”

Next week Angela Santillo, CKP’s Social Media Marketer, will perform in The Unfelt Wonder, a solo performance piece written by Angela. Although Angela considers herself a playwright and not a poet, she is really a super-talented, super-original mix of both. Believe me … Continue reading

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Announcing CavanKerry’s Spring 2014 Releases

Same Old Story by Dawn Potter Release date: March 2014 Even as she reminds us that writing “doesn’t solve anything,” Potter is driven to chronicle “the years murmur[ing] their old tune” in this compilation of sonnets, extended narratives, and shifting … Continue reading

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News and Events: Week of January 20

News Nin Andrews was interviewed by Leah Umansky  for LunaLuna Adriana Paramo’s essay “Girl in Red Stilettos Getting Drunk in Ashgabat” published by Redivider, has been nominated for a Pushcart prize. Michael Miller The Sewanee Review accepted two war poems for their … Continue reading

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The Frost Place Announces 2014 Faculty

The Frost Place Conference on Poetry and Teaching, directed by CKP authors Dawn Potter and Teresa Carson, has announced its 2014 faculty. Held each year in June, the conference is a unique opportunity for participants to work closely with both … Continue reading

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CutBank reviews “door of thin skins”

This book shatters […]  It complicates the label of confessional poetry or memoir with its formal agility and its conceptual demands of its reader. It is a welcome addition to those books that teach us how to read a poem … Continue reading

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Poetry and Education: Jean Kanzinger on “Permission to Teach”

I have the good fortune to be the associate director of the Frost Place Conference on Poetry and Teaching which means I spend a week in June talking about poetry and about strategies for teaching poetry with a group of … Continue reading

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