Category Archives: Poetry

Ask a Poet: Ellen Hagan

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This fall, we’re hosting a High School Regional Mini-Festival at the Paul Robeson Center in Newark. Through readings and performances, Q&As and discussions, a group of poets will engage with hundreds of Newark high school students over the course of one school day in October. … Continue reading

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Ask a Poet: Jonterri Gadson

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This fall, we’re hosting a High School Regional Mini-Festival at the Paul Robeson Center in Newark. Through readings and performances, Q&As and discussions, a group of poets will engage with hundreds of Newark high school students over the course of one school day in October. … Continue reading

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Ask a Poet: Kyle Dargan

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This fall, we’re hosting a High School Regional Mini-Festival at the Paul Robeson Center in Newark. Through readings and performances, Q&As and discussions, a group of poets will engage with hundreds of Newark high school students over the course of one school day in October. … Continue reading

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Ask a Poet: Eduardo C. Corral

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This fall, we’re hosting a High School Regional Mini-Festival at the Paul Robeson Center in Newark. Through readings and performances, Q&As and discussions, a group of poets will engage with hundreds of Newark high school students over the course of one school day in October. … Continue reading

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Ask a Poet: Marina Carreira

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This fall, we’re hosting a High School Regional Mini-Festival at the Paul Robeson Center in Newark. Through readings and performances, Q&As and discussions, a group of poets will engage with hundreds of Newark high school students over the course of one school day in … Continue reading

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The Opposite of Hate

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  For a direct response to the events in Charlottesville, see Dodge President and CEO Chris Daggett’s blog. As a team of poets who have read, written and presented poetry throughout our lives, we believe it can do the opposite … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Join Us in Military Park This Thursday!

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Newark Voices Poetry Reading & Open Mic Thursday, July 20th at 12:30 Military Park in Newark This Thursday, July 20th join Dodge Poetry in partnership with Newark’s Military Park for Lunchtime Poems: A Summer Poetry Reading Series. Thursday’s reading will feature a … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Thanks for a Great School Year!

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As we launch ourselves into vacations, beaches, and summer book reading, Dodge Poetry is taking some time to reflect on the classroom excitement we had this past Spring, bringing Dodge Poets into high schools.  These visits are a chance for … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: CantoMundo Retreat in NYC

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As a Latinx poet, I’m always searching for little homes.  For myself and for my poems.  So several years ago when I heard about CantoMundo, an organization which celebrates and cultivates Latinx poets through workshops, symposia & public readings, I … Continue reading

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Carpe NPM

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There’s just about one week left in April; if you’re looking for ways to savor the end of National Poetry Month, check out the Academy of American Poets’ 30 ways to celebrate national poetry month. This list includes suggestions ranging … Continue reading

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April is the Coolest Month

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Photo by Giulia van Pelt “Poetry…flexes muscles you don’t use often enough. Poetry expands the senses and keeps them in prime condition. It keeps you aware of your nose, your eye, your ear, your tongue, your hand.” –Ray Bradbury Celebrating … Continue reading

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Calling All Educators: You’re Invited to Spring & Fountain Online

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It’s a simple premise—people gather together to sit in a circle, read poetry aloud to each other, and talk about the poems, all with the accompaniment of a seasoned poet. For many years, New Jersey educators have been doing just … Continue reading

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Poetry & Migration: Join Us Friday for Birds of May

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Join us on Friday, March 31st at the Princeton Environmental Film Festival, when we will celebrate the NJ premiere of Jared Flescher’s Birds of May, the newest installment of The Creature Show, with poetry by Cynthia Arrieu-King and Catherine Doty. It will … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Inauguration Poems of the Past

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Today is Inauguration Day, and we invite you to spend some time with the six poems that have been part of inauguration ceremonies of the past. While poems are often part of public ceremony, it wasn’t until 1961 that an inaugural poem was … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Thank You, Veterans

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Warrior Writers At Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival from Lynn Estomin on Vimeo. In observance of Veterans Day, we present to you an excerpt from State of the Arts NJ PBS program, The Fog of War: Combat Paper and Warrior … Continue reading

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