Tag Archive: Beth Snyder

Apr
10

Glimpse of solace: Tooting one’s horn

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Don’t forget Laura Rodley has two new books of poetry. If you are in Turner Falls, MA, Laura is having a double-duty reading there on April 15 at the Gill Montague Senior Center at 1:oo pm. Also, toot-toot, if you’re from around here, I’ll be reading tonight at seven at Evanston Art Center with Jorge …

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Apr
11

This, that, and the other

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Happy spring, happy Poetry Month, happy everything. A post on Harriet’s poetry blog on the Poetry Foundation site has been circulating through the waves of the Internet. It’s the one written recently by Camille Rankin and titled “Do What You Do, Love What You Love.” The post talks about how there is no money in …

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Apr
05

Celebrating Poetry in Chicago

Chicago is a literary town.  This month the focus is on poetry–there’s so much to do and see and hear. Sunday, April  7  at 1:30 pm is the 16th Annual Women’s International Open reading at Woman Made Gallery, 685 N. Milwaukee. Hosted by Nina Corwin, the event will feature Xanath Caraza, Kelly Davio, Marty McConnell, …

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