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- A family story on the CSB stage fosters mental health conversation
â€œIt centers on a familyâ€™s journey through loss ... The concert opens with Lisztâ€™s â€œLes PrÃ©ludes,â€ one of 13 symphonic poems. â€œItâ€™s just full of color, it has songful arias and big battle scenes with brass and percussion and it sort of ...
- Daren Kamali keeps heritage intact through poetry
The company promotes poetry in New Zealand. Passionate also about the environment ... Viti please let's maintain our most attractive beaches and keeping our vanua clean. It was such a sad sight to see debris on our beautiful beaches and foreshore.
- Dr. Deepak Chopra on collection of poems, songs inspired by immigrants
SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) â€” A new album called "Home: Where Everyone Is Welcome" is a collection of poems and songs inspired by American immigrants. As the immigration debate continues to make headlines, the album takes the conversation a step further.
- Leave Novelists Out of Fiction
A poem about Leopardi would very likely invite the reader to ... fleeing the Germans, or simply drinking with friends, inevitably suggests an abyss between the sensibilities of Baker and her hero. She ably describes a lanky, diffident, disconnected man ...
- The Experience of Poetry (2/2): edges of unease
My recent posts on poetry made it seem worthwhile republishing this pair of posts from 2011. This is the second and last. Letâ€™s take Don Paterson as an example of where my uncertainty about what the poet means (in this case relatively brief) serves ...
- Meet the Rev. Marv Ward, blues guitarist, poet and author
"That is my little working thing," Ward said. "Sometimes, it's songs and sometimes, it's poetry." One of the poems in "One Lone Minstrel" is titled "Bar Napkin Blues." All the book's poetry is written as prose.
- 'Korean poems delight global sense and sensibility'
"Recent trends in poetry show profound personal reflections on life, free from the weight of political and social ideologies," he added, citing Kim Nam-jo's "My Heart Aches," Kim Hu-ran's "In the Shade of Sereneness" and Kim Kwang-kyu's "The Day When My ...
- Man Booker Shortlist Is Half American
â€œThe tale is told in vivid language whose poetry survives even its last dark catastrophe, with no punches pulled,â€ said one judge, the artist Tom Phillips. â€¢ Mr. Saunders, a famed writer of short stories, for his first novel, â€œLincoln in the Bardo ...
- Mobile sharing app seeks to increase engagement, interest in poetry
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. â€“ Trubadour, a startup founded by a former Purdue University student, is developing a mobile poetry-sharing platform that aims to increase engagement and interest in contemporary poems by providing personalized recommendations to users.
- Now in the Free Download of the April 2017 Issue: Henry Rago
Did you forget to download your free copy of the April 2017 issue of Poetry? There are still five days left of National Poetry Month, so download your complimentary copy today! You can find the Poetry magazine app in iTunes, Google Play, or Amazon.
- Spam-Loving Man Weds Spam-Loving Woman In Elegant Soiree At Spam Museum
Yesterday he and fiancee of eight years Anne Mousley travelled to Austin, Minnesota to take part in the first ever wedding ceremony held at the Spam Museum, during which Benson delivered possibly the most beautiful piece of Spam-related poetry ever ...
- Will Viral Acharya sing a new tune at the RBI?
The cover for his first album, Yaadon Ke Silsile -- An Ode to Friends and Some Romantic Moods. Acharya's hobbies include tennis, running, chess, traveling, poetry, singing and composing (Indian semi-classical). But what does he himself say about his real ...
- Featured Poem: Piano by DH Lawrence
For this weekâ€™s Featured Poem we turn to the nostalgic recollections of DH Lawrence in his poem Piano. Born in Nottingham, September 1885, DH Lawrence was a man of many talents, exploring the expanse of Modernism by writing novels, poetry ...
- The Art & Craft of Poetry with Rosalind Pace
Pace was awarded an Artist Fellowship in Poetry by the Massachusetts Cultural Council in 2016. Please register at the Library; $5 fee covers all four sessions. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Wellfleet Library.
- Nepalâ€™s Earthquake Through the Eyes of a Poet
... years in the Himalayas in Nepal listening to the silence of the mountains and using that as an inspiration to write poems. However, the 2015 earthquake in Nepal, which killed at least 9,000 people, shattered his celebration of the quietude that he had ...