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Speaking of Nature

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Michelle Knapik, Environment Program Director Yesterday’s dedication of the Scott & Hella McVay Poetry Trail at Greenway Meadow Park punctuated a glorious autumn day with the spoken words of poets and the soulful, reverberating music of Paul Winter. The magic … Continue reading

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Poetry Fridays: Festival Poet Penny Harter

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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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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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