18
Sep

Poetry And Music Combine/Rubbish Poetry/Poet’s School Renaming Battle – Poetry News Roundup September 18th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 18 de September de 2020 a las 05:50 am

Our final round-up of the week takes a look at the collaboration that is creating an album of poetry and music, poetry on rubbish bins and the new name for a school as the school board strive to remove ties to a poet. Actress and Author Collaborate on Album The actress Olivia Coleman has joined […]

17
Sep

Google Doodle’s Kaléko Celebration – Poetry News September 17th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 17 de September de 2020 a las 09:04 am

Today our poetry news round up takes a look at the Google Doodle that celebrates the life of Mascha Kaléko the German Jewish language poet. Google Doodle Celebrates Jewish German Language Poet The Google Doodle yesterday was a celebration of the German Jewish poet Mascha Kaléko. The poet rose to prominence in Berlin in the […]

16
Sep

Anne Stevenson Passes Away – Poetry News September 16th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 16 de September de 2020 a las 02:30 am

Today we have just one poetry news story, the sad death of the poet and critic Anne Stevenson, who has died aged 87. Anne Stevenson, Poet and Critic Dies Aged 87 The poet and critic Anne Stevenson has passed away at the age of 87. Born in 1933 in Cambridge, Anne was the oldest of […]

15
Sep

Fellowship Winners, Literary Peace Prize/GCSE and Poetry – Poetry News Roundup September 15th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 15 de September de 2020 a las 06:05 am

Today we bring you news about the 2020 winners of the Dorothy Sargent Rosenburg and Ruth Lilly and Poetry Fellowships and the 2020 Dayton Literary Peace Prize. We also look at the u-turn which means poetry will be included in the GCSEs for 2021. Ruth Lilly and  Rosenberg Fellowship Winners Announced for 2020 The Poetry […]

14
Sep

Poet’s Farmhouse Saved/Mahmoud Darwish Insight/Czech Poet Honoured – Poetry News Roundup September 14th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 14 de September de 2020 a las 04:29 am

We begin another week of poetry news with a look at the farmhouse with poetry connections that has been saved, the new insights into Mahmoud Darwish and the street named in honour of a poet. 265 Years of History, A Farmhouse Saved Last month, the Princeton Planning Board (PPB) gave their approval to a minor […]