Monthly Archives: January 2013

Some Days

When fog settles under cedars and all you remember is moonlight through clouds, on those days when the fire pops you awake and the cat steals your rocking chair, just then you smile for the joy of remembered laughter and … Continue reading

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Originally posted on The Poetry Department . . . aka The Boynton Blog:
“Being a poet is like having an invisible partner. It isn’t easy. But you can’t live without it either. Talent is only 10 percent. The rest is obsession.” Selima Hill…

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Richard Blanco to Read at Obama’s Second Inauguration

Richard Blanco to Read at Obama’s Second Inauguration.

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A performance space

We walk up the cold cement steps past the ten foot water level stained by Sandy to the second floor:  A renovated space of artists studios in Redhook with the Statue of Liberty across the waters to visit Flannon’s studio. … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Andrew Shattuck McBride, Writer's Blog:
Here’s a wonderful post by Judy Kleinberg (blogger for Sue Boynton Poetry Contest) about the upcoming William Stafford Tribute at Village Books January 17, 2013. Read the post here. The event…

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poetry reading…

poetry reading….

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Originally posted on The Poetry Department . . . aka The Boynton Blog:
Submissions to the Sue C. Boynton Poetry Contest don’t open until March 1, but if you’re thinking about sending in a poem, or even if you’re not thinking about it…

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