Category Archives: Poetry

Poetry Friday: Festival Videos – Marie Howe

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  Today’s featured Festival film is a reading by Marie Howe at the 2014 Dodge Poetry Festival. Enjoy her poems “Part of Eve’s Discussion” and “The Moment“.  For more information about Marie Howe, check out our blog about her here, or on her website … Continue reading

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Poetry in the Classroom: Giving Voice

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The Poetry Read-Around   CONCEPT: Building on last month’s “Listening to Poetry” activities, “Giving Voice” opens up the experience of listening to poems aloud by inviting everyone in the room to participate as a reader. “Giving Voice” also offers an … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Festival Videos – James Richardson

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  Today’s featured Festival film is a reading by James Richardson at the 2014 Dodge Poetry Festival. Enjoy his poems “Essay on Wood,” “One of the Evenings” and “Northwest Passage.” For more information, check out our blog about him here, or on Poetry Foundation.   … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Festival Videos – Rachel McKibbens

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Today’s featured Festival film is a reading by Rachel McKibbens at the 2014 Dodge Poetry Festival. She’s reading “But Wait, it Gets Worse,” “Torch” and “Where, After the Child’s Funeral the Poet Winds Up Stuck with God in an Elevator Again.” For more … Continue reading

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Whose Year in Poetry?

Posted on by Martin Farawell, Poetry Program Director

As someone who strives every day to introduce poetry, and especially contemporary poetry, to students and readers, I have been heartened to see poetry reviews appear more frequently in The New York Times Book Review in recent years. So I … Continue reading

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