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- New Orleans Native Pours Her Heart Out Through Poetry
A poem is supposed to make readers feel love, happiness, and various emotions. Soubletâ€™s poems do more than that. They remind readers that thereâ€™s a better way to look at lifeâ€™s tragic events â€“ through the eyes of hope and positivity. Indeed ...
- Yale Dance Theater celebrates pioneer choreographer Alvin Ailey
The legacy and work of Ailey, a pioneering African-American choreographer and dance activist, has been the focus of the Yale Dance Theaterâ€™s 2015 project, â€œInheriting Ailey: Featuring a New Work by Matthew Rushing," which will be performed Saturday, April 11 at 2 and 5 p.m. at the Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School.
- A poem for every word
Anyway, this is a bit of an unsual fanfiction. It's not a story. This is simply a collection--I hope I'll be able to write more than one--of poems I've written in the perspective of and for each member of Pristin. Warning: I will probably self-insert a lot xD.
- Dating fatigue? This 19th-century virgin poet feels your pain
She is the 19th-century poet behind the Christmas carol "In the Bleak Midwinter" and the weirdly sexual fairy tale poem "Goblin Market." And even though she was a devout Christian who died a virgin in 1894, to me, no poet more accurately describes the joys ...
- Indian Establishment Acted As â€˜Military Stateâ€™ Under KPS Gill In Punjab
Though Gill claimed to be a student of literature and connoisseur of Urdu poetry but he was definitely immune to the political subtleties in practice which have now dawned upon Rebeiro . On the other hand, Gill was known for his boastful blurbs and he used ...
- In the Hudson Valley, Shakespeare as Man, Myth and Drinking Buddy
The discussions of rights and costs and paper stock are pretty engrossing, but a lot less poignant than the personal exploration of what, if anything, can transcend death and loss. Shakespeare had an answer for that, of course: Poetry. Remember the ...
- A Victorian Valentine Reading In Gallery at St. Johnsbury Athenaeum
This event is free and open to the public ... and appreciators of prose and verseâ€”meet regularly the second Tuesday of every month from 2-3:30pm for a Poetry Tea Party at the Good Living Senior Center in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. The public is welcome ...
- Woman completes book 30 years in the making
Now after more than 30 years of putting her pen to paper, the 54-year-old Roanoke Rapids woman has published her poetry book, â€œTAP.â€ â€œI think itâ€™s inspirational. That sounds so corny, doesnâ€™t it?â€ Quarles said of her book. â€œBut it is.
- Poetry writing winners to be known next week
The award was established in accordance to wishes by Canadian filmmaker, late Gerald named after his friend and colleague â€“ renowned poet, Professor Ebrahim Hussein. The chairman of Committee of the Ebrahim Hussein Poetry Award, Demere Katunga ...
- Writing WR: Wolitarsky will leave Minnesota with much wisdom
... has published several science-fiction pieces and had a six-part short story published in a student-run campus magazine . During this season, he has delved more into poetry and shorter essays. Despite the discipline and uniformity of the sport ...
- Poetry Meets Journalism: Hank Kalet's new book uses verse and pictures to tell the story of Tent City
â€œI started going down to Tent City with Sherry and our other friend, Jack Ballo," Mr Kalet says. "At first I started writing poems from her photographs but something was missing. I began interviewing people. Iâ€™m soaking in. Iâ€™m hanging out. I ...
- My Name is Leon wins Irish Novel of the Year Award
Sometimes this book seems to be a song, at other times a prose poem, and at all times a unique achievement.
- Owensboro Day pupils compete in poetry contest
For the month of April, Kendra Hendrix's Owensboro Day Treatment students have participated in a national poetry contest, and recently the Center for Educational Excellence in Alternative Settings has recognized her and her students for their work.
- A Prayer For Black Trans Women
Cyree Jarelle Johnson is a black non-binary essayist and poet. They are a Poetry Editor at Deaf Poets Society and a candidate for an MFA in Creative Writing at Columbia University.
- Off Script: Jason Sudeikis Talks Playing Robin Williams' Iconic Role in 'Dead Poets Society' Onstage (Q&A)
playing the inspirational English teacher who shares his love of poetry with his students at a conservative all-boys prep school, urging them to embrace their potential to lead extraordinary lives. â€œItâ€™s a giant monolith of a performance to go after ...