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- Currents A Ricepaper Anthology
It still publishes with this mandate, but as time progressed, the magazine evolved along with its readership to become a forum for creative works ... this anthology is made up of poetry, fiction and nonfiction acquired during this time.
- Broadway Bound Theatre Festival Hosts MONSTERS & MANIA
Join Broadway Bound Theatre Festival for a romantic, candlelit evening ... Old favorites & new friends perform readings, share poetry, tell jokes & drink wine. This is an informal event, purely for networking, experimenting & "shiggles."
- 7 Ways to Personalize Your Wedding on a Budget
Your wedding attire can be as unique and personal as you are willing ... There are tons of easy ways to add some personalization to your ceremony, from selected poems, songs, and stories to performances by you, your spouse, or friends.
- Daily Book Review: 'Why We Live in the Dark Ages'
Sometimes poetry is funny. It doesnâ€™t always hold the gravitas and severity of â€œThe Wastelandâ€ or â€œThe Divine Comedy.â€ Shakespeare wrote â€œKing Lear,â€ but he made sex jokes, too. In fact, poetry is a remarkably flexible form, and the first collection of Megan Levadâ€™s, assistant director of the Helen Zell Writerâ€™s Program at the University, evinces the formâ€™s flexibility. read more
- Howard Drive student 2nd in national poetry contest
The South Florida Section of the American Chemical Society sponsored a local contest as part of National Chemistry Week. Lila Goldhaber, a first grade student at Howard Drive Elementary School, not only was a finalist at the local level, but her ...
- Despite varied past, author Byron Dudley always returns to nature, Japanese poetry - The Register-Guard
The Register-GuardDespite varied past, author Byron Dudley always returns to nature, Japanese poetryThe Register-GuardByron Dudley's latest book, â€œUp the Mtn,â€ expands his longtime virtuosity with the Japanese poetry form called haiku â€” and its many variations of varying syllables with their different names â€” in a slim volume of 162 â€œhaiga,â€ a poetry form that ...
- Everything I Know About Sex I Learned from '90s Teen Site gURL.com
Disappointed with the celebrity-focused, body-shaming stuff they found in many teen girl magazines of the day ... Sleater-Kinney, and wrote poetry.â€ So much of being a teenage girl is suddenly having your entire existence framed in relation to boys ...
- Thousands of police officers join family to pay tribute to Pc Keith Palmer
She read the WH Auden poem Funeral Blues, which begins "Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone", and asks for "the traffic police men to wear black cotton gloves" in mourning of a loved one. Ms Dick told Sky News: "It was a chosen by the family - it ...
- What African Poetry In The 1960â€™s Tells Us About Colonialism
It is in poetry weâ€™re able to perceive the mood of a period. Take for example Oswald Mtshalliâ€™s Nightfall in Soweto a poem on apartheid South Africa. The meaning of nightfall to the black South African and the white meant different things. Share Tweet ...
- L.A. Caseley debuts with the poetry-inspired soul of â€œWCSBFâ€
â€œWCSBFâ€ (â€œWe Could Still Be Friendsâ€, for the uninitiated ... along with the writing and poetry of - amongst others - JD Salinger and Antoine de Saint-ExupÃ©ry. The result is a breezy, soulful cut with a silky, decadent feel to it.
- Free Range Poetry #4
I read your poems in between The Canterbury Tales and The Faerie Queene, and they were like a breath of fresh air. This contest was a resounding success, one of my best. Thank you all for making it that way. HMs are in no particular order.
- Eating & Drinking Poems: Savoring Succotash
She hosts a feast for family and friends, and cooks the meat ... Succotash makes a cameo appearance in the poem â€œThe Veggie Life,â€ in which Michael Steffen considers the etymology of the word â€œvegetable,â€ the genealogy of potatoes, and the ...
- Songs as Sanctuary: Cassidy Hall on Alanis Morissetteâ€™s â€œHead Over Feetâ€
I loved her so much I wrote her a letter and sent her a stack of poetry Iâ€™d been writing ... It was astonishing and mind-blowing for this curious pre-teen. The lack of certainty it provided was a strange clarity in my pre-evangelical-youth-group days.
- A Polish Poet Leaves Verse Behind, but Not His Lost City
Readers of his poems will recognize his preoccupation with Lvov, a city lost to his parents and their friends after Poland ceded it to the Soviet Ukraine after World War II. With it, they also lost culture, beauty and any sense of being at home.
- How Memorizing Poetry Pays Dividends
Re â€œMemorize That Poem!,â€ by Molly Worthen (Sunday Review, Aug. 27): I canâ€™t believe that young people are going to put down their cellphones, iPads and Nooks to pick up an actual book of poetry to read, no less memorize. Itâ€™s not going to happen.