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Poetry Friday: Arthur Sze, 2012 Festival Poet

Posted on by Martin Farawell, Program Director, Poetry

Arthur Sze’s poems, like those of the haiku masters he translated early in his career, almost always offer us an immediate impression–a clear image, a question to ponder, an emotional resonance–on first reading.  But we also recognize there is much … Continue reading

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Poetry Fridays: Festival Poet Penny Harter

Posted on by Dodge

Stacey Balkun, Festival Assistant Measured and contemplative, Penny Harter’s poetry recognizes nature both in subject and in form.  The imagery within her poems ranges from mourning doves on a windowsill to abandoned gas stations lining the highways of New Jersey. … Continue reading

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