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Poetry Friday: Grateful for A Wonderful School Year

Posted on by Michele Russo, Associate Director

As the school year comes to an end, we want to thank the teachers and faculty who make our High School programs a success. They do a great deal of legwork to enrich their students’ education with a live poetry … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: The Common Gathering in Photos

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  Last Saturday, teachers from all over the state who had taken part in our Spring & Fountain poetry exploration groups convened at Princeton Day School for a full day poetry retreat called The Common Gathering. Participants took part in morning … Continue reading

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Are You A Poetry Ambassador?

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Happy National Poetry Month! Whether you’re reading a Poem-a-Day on Poets.org, writing a poem a day as part of NaPoWriMo, carrying one in your pocket or just generally being more open to poetry this month, April is a great time to connect … Continue reading

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Round-up of news stories about the Dodge Poetry Festival

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Check out our Storify to read news coverage and see social media photos and videos from the 15th biennial Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival: [View the story “#DPF14: “The heart of the (Dodge Poetry Festival) is direct encounters with living … Continue reading

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Image to Image: Writing in Response to Visual Art

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This fall, we are inviting New Jersey teachers to join us among one of New Jersey’s most engaging art collections—Grounds for Sculpture, Montclair Art Museum, Newark Museum, Noyes Museum—to take in whatever touches, amuses, delights or speaks to each participant.  … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Birches

Posted on by Rebecca Gambale

Martin Farawell, Program Director, Poetry On the first day of March I wake to find the woods behind the house covered with snow and ice after one of the few storms we’ve had during this unusually mild winter. The birch … Continue reading

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