5
Jul

Former U.S. Poet Laureate Works to Form Bonds with Bulgaria

Publicado por Julian Yanover el 5 de July de 2006 a las 12:38 am

One of the commitments made by any incoming poet laureate of the United States is to help create an awareness of poetry in the country and throughout the world. William Meredith, U.S. Poet Laureate 1978-1980, held to that commitment during his tenure by inviting poets from Bulgaria to come and share their works with us. […]

3
Jul

River of Words Anthology Released

Publicado por Julian Yanover el 3 de July de 2006 a las 11:55 pm

One of the things that many of our past poets laureate have shared – not only among themselves but with the poets laureate of numerous states, cities and other nations – is an abiding passion for opening the world of poetry to children. Billy Collins created Poetry 180 to share a new poem every day […]

30
Jun

The Weekly Blogger: The PoetGuru Podcast

Publicado por Julian Yanover el 30 de June de 2006 a las 08:57 pm

The PoetGuru Podcast: Day # = Lines in a Poem (http://poetguru.blogspot.com) Thom Ingram has been blogging about poetry since December 9, 2002. I know this because he started hunting for his earlier blogging sites while we were talking in IM tonight and was stunned to find this: 9th December 2002 8:56am: Welcome to the Poem […]

29
Jun

EPC – Electronic Poetry

Publicado por Julian Yanover el 29 de June de 2006 a las 11:52 pm

from Introduction to Digital Poetics at EPC The Epoetry Center at wings.buffalo.edu is a collection of poetry on the internet – but it”s far more than that. It is E-Poetry – an International Digital Poetry Center, with poetry that cuts across national and international borders to offer a new way to share and disseminate poetry. […]

26
Jun

Monday Bookshelf: Rose, Where Did You Get That Red?

Publicado por Julian Yanover el 26 de June de 2006 a las 08:00 pm

Don”t be fooled into thinking that just because this book is aimed at elementary school students, it has nothing to teach adults. Kenneth Koch“s Rose, Where Did You Get That Red? has been around long enough to be called a “vintage” book, but the lessons it teaches are still fresh and bright. Originally published in […]