National Poetry Month Blog

Struggle, Strength, and the Gift of Sensitivity: on Resilience by Vironika Wilde

I contemplated abandoning the topic of resilience within five minutes of research. The adverbs I found in every dictionary definition…
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18 Interpretations of Resilience by H.E. Casson

Resilience is a coin On one side is strength, on the other, vulnerability. We’re not one or the other—we’re both.…
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Applauding Every Win: On Resilience by Amoya Reé

I’m running another virtual Spoken Word workshop (COVID amirite?) and one of the participants, a young, queer, BIPOC musician asks…
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5 Nature Activities to Invigorate your Writing Practice!

Now that the Spring weather is beckoning us outside again, it is a wonderful time to revisit the ways that…
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Whispers of Ancient Sounds by Suparna Ghosh

Suparna’s video presentation evokes an expat’s musings from across lands and borders and other incarnations, real or imagined. It was…
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National Poetry Month 2020 Blog List

This National Poetry Month 2020 has been full of amazing poetry, poets, and community. In case you missed any of…
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A World of Poetry and Fun

by Janet Rogers for National Poetry Month, April 2020   I am a full time writer. I am also single…
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Why is Saint John’s Head in my Petri Dish?

by Eleonore Schönmaier for National Poetry Month, April 2020 Recently I said to a Greek composer, "I've spent my life…
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Grow Up in a World of Poetry

by Janice Zhang for National Poetry Month, April 2020   At the age of 22, I came to Canada to…
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My World of Poetry

by SPIN El Poeta for National Poetry Month, April 2020 Wajxaqib’ Aq’ab’al (Escrito) Jun Toj (Editado) Keb’ Tz’i’ (Finalizado) Saludos…
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