March 17 is the deadline for submitting poetry to Silkworm 13. The theme is luck. More at http://www.florencepoets.com.
“We’re all islands shouting lies to each other across seas of misunderstanding.”
Is anyone feeling isolated in this Corona Virus precautions environment?
There is less than two weeks left to submit your three poems to Silkworm Literary Journal. The theme of this year’s issue is “luck” and it closes on March 17. For submission guidelines, go to FlorencePoets. Com.
I am here in Costa Rica again. The words of the Nicaraguan poet, Ruben Dario comes to mind:
Now is come the month of roses!
To the woods my verse has flown
Gathering fragrance and honey
From the blossoms newly blown.
I am grateful for the opportunity and hope to write some good poetry here. What do you do for inspiration?
Funny, down to earth, irreverent poems communicate before they are even understood. This workshop will explore genre and encompass form of poetry by traditionally loved and lesser known contemporary poets.
Join us at 7 pm Wednesday, November 13 at the Kent Memorial Library, 50 North Main Street, Suffield, CT. RSVP: 860=668=3896.
The Gallery of Readers will present four poets, including Jonathan Wright and Eileen Kennedy, at 7 pm on Friday, July 29 at the A.P.E. Gallery in Northampton, MA. This reading is in conjunction with the exhibit “Gathering of Light.” Join us.
Voices for Resistance Reading Monday June 4 at 7 pm at the Forbes Library Coolidge Museum, Northampton, MA
Features Martin Espada, Nicole M. Young, the Nields, with Maria Jose Gimenez, Lauren Marie Schmidt, Eileen P. Kennedy, Ellen LaFleche, Dina Friedman, Christopher J. Sparks and Theresa Vincent. An open mic will be available for readers who come by 6:45 pm.