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Poetry Friday: The Common Gathering 2013

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A Day-Long Poetry Retreat for Teachers Last Saturday, over 100 New Jersey teachers spent the day immersed in poetry at The Common Gathering.  It sounds like a luxury.  But for teachers who face enormous pressure and who are constantly “on” … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Joseph Millar, 2012 Festival Poet

Posted on by Martin Farawell, Director, Poetry Program

Joseph Millar’s poem “Work Song” begins “Love picks its way through the gravel ruts/leading into the job site, past the truck tires/exploded nearby…”  The apparent  incongruity of love entering such a place is not lost on Millar, yet the absolutel … Continue reading

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2010 Festival Poet: Joseph Millar

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Martin Farawell, Program Director, Poetry Research assistance: Stacey Balkun, Festival Assistant Joseph Millar’s poem “Work Song” begins “Love picks its way through the gravel ruts/leading into the job site, past the truck tires/exploded nearby…” The apparent incongruity of love entering … Continue reading

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Poetry Fridays: The 2010 Festival Poets

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Martin Farawell, Program Director, Poetry Starting next week and continuing into October, we’ll be using the Poetry Fridays blog to introduce the poets participating in the 2010 Dodge Poetry Festival.  Each post will feature brief profiles of one or more … Continue reading

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