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Poetry Friday: Emari DiGiorgio, 2012 Festival Poet

Posted on by Michele Russo, Poetry Coordinator

When does a girl learn to make a fist? ————————-from “After Killing Thousands of Angels” A woman’s strength—the strength to defend herself, to define herself and to accept herself—is explored again and again in Emari DiGiorgio’s poetry. Reflecting on childhood memories, … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: High School Events, Fall 2011

Posted on by Rebecca Gambale

Michele Russo, Poetry Coordinator We’re pretty excited.  This fall, we’re visiting High Schools that have never hosted a Dodge Poetry Event before.  They may have attended the Dodge Poetry Festival or attended another High School’s Mini-Festival.  The teachers may have … Continue reading

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