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- Death in the Line of Treasure Hunting
This is the second death of a treasure hunter looking for an ornate bronze ... a small pre-Columbian artifacts. With clues limited to a poem Fenn wrote, and a geographic specificity of 5,000 feet in elevation, itâ€™s a wonder more have not died in the ...
- Online Dating Rock Opera Debuts At Bushwick Theater Wednesday
BUSHWICK, BROOKLYN â€” A new rock opera composed of excerpts from ecstatic poetry and online dating profiles will debut at The Bushwick Starr Wednesday night. â€œThe Art of Luv (Part 5): Swipe Right/ROKÃ‰ Cupidâ€ promises to convert the Bushwick theater ...
- MAD Skills poetry group to perform during Northwestern chapel service
poetry group will perform during a Northwestern College chapel service on Friday, March 24, at 10:05 a.m. in Christ Chapel. The event is free and open to the public. The group is part of an outreach program provided by YouthHope, a Christian ministry that ...
- Recommended Picture Books: Picture Books for Older Readers
In between are poems for days throughout the year ... An authorâ€™s note reveals the creative adaptations of factual events. Subjects: Picture Books; Voyages and travels; Vehiclesâ€”Hot air balloons; Blanchard, Jean-Pierre; Jeffries, John; Flight; England ...
- National Poetry Month Day 10: Francesca Bell
The sound is a pulled trigger, spraying milk everywhere. The duvet will sour. My shirt, stain. In this circuit, Iâ€™m neither detonator nor what absorbs the charge. Iâ€™m the casing left behind, the part blown empty.
- 'Bushwick Bohemia Beat Poetry' Returns with a September Selection
Here's our second installment of "Bushwick Bohemia Beat Poetry" curated by Bushwick-born poet, Emanuel Xavier. The series features poems by local Bushwick residents and/or natives. This month's poem comes from Robert Siek, a published poet living in Bushwick.
- PALOOKA PRESS CHAPBOOK CONTEST
Please send your best fiction, poetry, nonfiction, graphic narrative ... by Palooka Press (a perfect-bound book with a glossy color cover), $200 honorarium, 20 free copies of the book, a bio and photo featured on our website, and chapbook sent out for ...
- This reader's poem about peace is really relatable
We screw up our faces and try not to complain. Memories scattered from a life, A handshake, a gun bent into a knot, the symbol of peace. No conflict, no strife. To achieve this universal wish, here are the keys.
- Valentine's Day in London
Laugh-out-loud embarrassing. Entertainingly cringe worthy. Poetry so bad it transcends quality, becoming genius â€“ all given an Anti-Valentineâ€™s twist. Explore the most romantic house in London where John Keats fell in love with Fanny Brawne.
- Civic poet with a softer side: Yevgeny Yevtushenkoâ€™s poetry was a kind of revolution
This piece originally appeared on BillMoyers.com. He was an international superstar back then â€” as tall as a birch, as dashing as a Czar, a rebel artist in a brutal dictatorship. Before he turned 40, Soviet poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko was a hero to the ...
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- â€œSurrealâ€ Named Word of the Year, Fanny Howe on Filmmaking, and More
â€œPoetry is innate. You canâ€™t not have poetry if you want to have a whole human being.â€ From the abrupt dismissal of Barnes & Noble CEO Ron Boire to the sale of Perseus Books, Publishers Weekly recaps the biggest publishing industry stories of 201
- Top 10: Best Poetry Books for Kids
I think Iâ€™ve been â€œworkingâ€ on it for more than a year. I feel somewhat fraudulent posting on best poetry books for kids because Iâ€™m no expert. National Poetry Month is forcing me to face my own fear of poetry to finally complete this list.
- The Red Poppies
On this special Remembrance Day, a day to celebrate those battlefield fights. In Remembrance of a soldier that give all from his heart, fighting for freedom that we enjoy at last. The red poppies to remind us of those war times. For those whom still alive ...
- National Poetry Month Featured Poet: Jane Wong
I write and read poetry because it carries the weight of my questions. Itâ€™s a means of getting closer to understanding; I think about the mathematical concept of the asymptote, which is a line that continually approaches a given curve but doesnâ€™t meet ...