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Staff Picks Staff Picks for April 2014
Posted by mamta on Saturday, April 19, 2014 (10:20:58)

Yes, its the National Poetry Month and we have seen poetry being celebrated and appreciated since its inception in 1996. It's time for another round of staff picks! Check out the poems for this month which our curators think are worthy of your attention. And check out more of their work if you read something you like!

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Staff Picks Staff Picks for March 2014
Posted by mamta on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 (10:35:14)

It is going to be officially spring from tomorrow and I begin this month's staff picks with a spring poem. The poem is simple but neat and elegant and it captures the essence of the season beautifully.

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News in Poetry Meet The GP Poet: Judih Weinstein Haggai
Posted by fogglethorpe on Thursday, February 27, 2014 (17:48:16)

An ongoing interview series exclusively for and about GotPoetry poets. Volume 1, March 2014.

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Staff Picks Staff Picks for February 2014
Posted by mamta on Friday, February 21, 2014 (07:35:55)

Another month and I am back with another round of staff picks. I have always found imagist poems fascinating mainly because of the clarity and precision of words and expression. The minimalist style and the visual representation paint a clear picture to the readers. My pick for this month is one such poem by a new poet where the economy of words and vivid images strike a beautiful scene.

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Staff Picks Staff Picks for January 2014
Posted by mamta on Sunday, January 19, 2014 (10:08:43)

A beginning of another year and here I am with another round of Staff Picks. This feature was first started in January 2008 and it is in its sixth year now. We have featured poems and poets whom we thought were worthy of your attention. And before I proceed, I would like to thank all the staff and curators who have been a great support in making this feature regular and successful.

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Staff Picks Staff Picks for December 2013
Posted by mamta on Friday, December 20, 2013 (17:37:25)

The Staff and Curators of GP wishes all its members a Merry Christmas, Happy Holiday Season and A Happy and Prosperous 2014. On that note I begin the last Staff Picks of 2013 with this thematic poem:

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Staff Picks Staff Picks for November 2013
Posted by mamta on Tuesday, November 19, 2013 (16:49:19)

November is slowly coming to an end and we are on the threshold of another new year. Autumn and winter poetry are often melancholic and sad and many times it reflects the inner feelings of the poet. Autumn poems always have wonderful visuals mainly due to the changing color of leaves that lend color to the trees and the ground once they fall. My pick of this month is one such poem which is rich in imagery with lots of color and visuals.

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Staff Picks Staff Picks for October 2013
Posted by mamta on Sunday, October 20, 2013 (09:53:22)

Another round of staff picks and this time we have a seasonal poem again by new poet, Seshat_Nibada. This poem is the choice of both wordsmithwannabe and me.

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News in Poetry Dunnington is 2nd in poetry competition's state finals
Posted by mamta on Monday, April 21, 2014 (02:57:47)

Poetry News:

Parker School is pleased to announce junior Sean Dunnington earned second place in the Poetry Out Loud State Finals on March 2 at the Tenney Theatre, Cathedral of St. Andrew's in Honolulu.



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News in Poetry Harmon is a poet and so much more
Posted by mamta on Monday, April 21, 2014 (02:57:28)

Poetry News: April is National Poetry Month. Why not, then, celebrate the poets among us and encourage the poets within us? P. K. Harmon is a poet and an instructor with the University of Guam English Department.

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News in Poetry Award-Winning Poet to Read at BCCC April 25
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (15:52:32)

Poetry News: ... Shockley will present later this month as part of Bucks County Community College's Wordsmiths Reading Series. The poetry reading, part of the month-long Arts at Bucks celebrations, is free and open to the public. The event will be held April 25 at ...

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News in Poetry Japan's Competitive Poets Know How To Turn A Phrase
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (15:51:47)

Poetry News: Each spring, Japan is consumed by a style of poetry called senryu , and a national senryu contest.

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News in Poetry Preview: Native writer Joy Harjo headlines Edmonton Poetry Festival
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (15:51:19)

Poetry News: ... Poetic Justice. The 62-year-old, who now lives outside of Tulsa in the heart of Mvskoke (Creek) Nation, is reading poetry on opening night of the Edmonton Poetry Festival, which runs Sunday, April 20 through April 27. Harjo has written six books of ...

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News in Poetry 'Hartford Loves Poetry' Finale Set For Saturday
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (15:49:28)

Poetry News: The city-organized festival "Hartford Loves Poetry" culminates Saturday with an afternoon grand finale at the downtown Hartford Public Library, where a cultural range of speakers will read poems in more than 20 languages.

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News in Poetry Students to read works at Port Angeles Library poetry slam Friday
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (15:47:37)

Poetry News: NOTE: "Today" and "tonight" refer to Friday, April 18. PORT ANGELES - A poetry slam for young poets and actors in grades 6-8 is set at the Port Angeles Library, 2210 S. Peabody St., at 6:30 tonight.

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Art in the News Young Estonian Artist Liis Koger Presents Paintings at SomoS Art House Berlin
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (15:46:46)

Painting and poetry are connected in many ways. If one looks at poets/artists like Jean Cocteau , Max Jacob, William Blake or Pablo Picasso, it ...

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News in Poetry Poetry Out Loud: Hannah Burke
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (10:48:49)

Poetry News: We're continuing our Poetry Out Loud feature with Hannah Burke, a Junior at Jesse Remington High School.

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News in Poetry Vera Mae's to dish up poetry
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (10:45:12)

Tuesday for a poetry reading featuring George Kalamaras, Indiana's poet laureate. Why Vera Mae's? The poetry that people write and the culinary ...

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News in Poetry Nina Cassian, poet who fled Romania, dies at 89
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (10:42:01)

Intense, passionate and clear-eyed, Cassian's poetry often centered on the nature of erotic love and -- both before her exile and after -- of loss, death and decay. But ...

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News in Poetry Finding poetry in Georgia's Caucasus Mountains
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (10:40:53)

Poetry News: The Lomisa Monastery in the Caucasus Mountains is the site of an annual pilgrimage honoring the nation's patron saint, St. George.

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News in Poetry Walking in a poet's footsteps
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (10:40:03)

Many of his books of verse for children have been illustrated by prominent artists. In addition to his poetry, Mr Causley wrote plays, short stories and opera librettos. Although he died in 2003, his work, and his lifelong ambition to ...

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News in Poetry Top five hip hop references in poetry
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (10:39:23)

Associate Director of Creative Writing at Ohio Wesleyan University. He is the author of Rhyme's Challenge: Hip Hop, Poetry, and Contemporary Rhyming Culture . His previous books include Questions of Possibility: Contemporary Poetry and Poetic Form ...

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News in Poetry For poet Tess Gallagher, creativity grows from collaboration
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (10:34:27)

Poetry News: For many writers, poetry is a solitary craft. But for acclaimed poet Tess Gallagher, creativity is often a matter of collaboration.

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News in Poetry Defining poetry
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (10:30:52)

Poetry News: In the Post-Gazette's April 10 issue, letter writer Ellen Garbuny's comment about haiku (" Haiku 'How To' ") is correct. Just because a poem has three lines doesn't make it a haiku. If it doesn't adhere to the definition, it is a tercet.

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News in Poetry New Lebanon, N.Y.: Library to host poetry readings, open mic
Posted by mamta on Sunday, April 20, 2014 (10:26:53)

Poetry News: Local poets Trina Porte, Allen Livermore, and Howard Kogan will perform selected readings of their work at 7 p.m. Friday, April 25, at the New Lebanon Library, 550 State Route 20. The readings will be followed by an open mic session during which audience members will be encouraged to share their own poetry.

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