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Apr 30 2017 - 07:34 AM
April Poetry for May Flowers
[caption id="attachment_26956" align="alignright" width="296"]flower From the BioDiversity Heritage Library[/caption] Let's all take April’s poetry to May while we are enjoying the flowers! Ebooks: Eleven more American women poets in the 21st century: poetics across North America edited by Claudia Rankine and Lisa Sewell The poems of William Wordsworth: collected reading texts from the Cornell Wordsworth series. Volume III edited by Jared Curtis Unfortunately, it was paradise: selected poems by Mahmoud Darwish; translated and edited by Munir Akash and Carolyn Forché Keep and give away by Susan Meyers; foreword by Terrance Hayes Selected poetry, 1937-1990 by João Cabral de Melo Neto; Djelal Kadir, editor; with translations by Elizabeth Bishop et al.   In the Stacks at Gottesman: Collected poems of E. E. Cummings Howl and other poems by Allen Ginsberg Ariel by Sylvia Plath Every thing on it: poems and drawings by Shel Silverstein The owl and the pussycat by Edward Lear and pictures by James Marshall   Want to share your love of poetry? How to teach poetry writing: workshops for ages 5-9 by Michaela Morgan Poetry-from reading to writing: a classroom guide for ages 7-11 by Robert Hull Slam school: learning through conflict in the hip-hop and spoken word classroom by Bronwen E. Low Let's poem: the essential guide to teaching poetry in a high-stakes, multimodal world by Mark Dressman Jumpstart! poetry: games and activities for ages 7-12 by Pie Corbett Be sure to check out the Everett Cafe’s display Celebrating Voices: International Poetry   Need your poetry to go? The Academy of American Poets will email you an unpublished poem a day.   Image from: The BioDiversity Heritage Library Flickr Collections
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