Tag Archives: New Jersey

Hack Jersey: Celebrating Creativity in Journalism

Posted on by Debbie Galant, Director, NJ News Commons

The decline of the American newspaper is generally seen as a tragedy of modern journalism. The villain in the story is the internet, that great disruptor — which, by the way, has disrupted the businesses of book publishing, real estate, … Continue reading

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Hurricane Sandy Poetry Initiative

Posted on by Dodge Poetry Staff

blessing the boats may the tide that is entering even now the lip of our understanding carry you out beyond the face of fear Lucille Clifton In the 2012-2013 school year, the Dodge Poetry in the Schools Program is directing … Continue reading

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Poetry: Gregory Pardlo, 2012 Festival Poet

Posted on by Michele Russo, Poetry Coordinator

“I do believe that somewhere in our language, in our performance of speech, that all the background noise of ambition and criticism and judgment can sort of melt away and what’s left is just human interaction.” Gregory Pardlo, PEN Poetry … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Festival Video Online

Posted on by Michele Russo

Poetry Program Staff Teachers often ask us how they can obtain copies of the video recordings shot at the Dodge Festival.  They know that listening to poets read and discuss their work is often the best way to break through … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Guest Blogger Cat Doty, Dodge Poet

Posted on by Rebecca Gambale

In our blog today,  Cat Doty reflects on “Beginner’s Mind” one of the Core Principles of Clearing the Spring, Tending the Fountain–“Both listening/reading and speaking/writing are likely to be more creative and more alive if we approach them with what, … Continue reading

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