Content Tagged ‘social justice’

“Naming the Nameless: A Writing Retreat for Marginalized Voices” 

“Naming the Nameless: A Writing Retreat for Marginalized Voices” 

A rare opportunity for beginning and experienced writers who love to write and create in community!  This tranquil 4-day 3-night …

The Poetry Magazine Podcast: Ashley M. Jones and JoAnn Balingit in Conversation

 

my filipino father’s
art was to christen each child
with a mother’s memory

 

from “Tanaga: Song Where Every …

Harvest: Poetry Writing Class (Oct. 2021 virtual)

Harvest

In this four-week poetry class October 6-27, we’ll read and write poems to ask ourselves, What is a successful harvest? 

Register for (each) Wednesday evening 5:00 to 6:30 …

Practicing Poetry: Writing in Spring

Practicing Poetry: Writing into Spring April 7 – June 23    5:00-6:30pm eastern

 Free

       . . . from this yard I have been composing a great speech, that I …

Hatch some new poems in 2021! “Practicing Poetry” begins January 13, 2021 and runs for six online sessions through March 24th. We will write together on Wednesday nights 5:00-6:30 …

I am so happy to have a poem in this beautiful anthology, Ink Knows No Borders: Poems of the Immigrant and Refugee Experience. I’m reading at the DC launch March 15! …

“we can’t build a wall. we can only spout pure water again and again and drown his lies.” –Eileen Myles

RESIST MUCH/OBEY LITTLE: Poems to the Resistance, Dispatch Editions 2017. 

“This anthology …

Join me, editors Joyce Brinkman and Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda, special keynote reader Coleman Barks and other contributors to this anthology for an exciting reading and discussion on the spirit of urban …

Urban Voices: 51 Poems from 51 American Poets, Edited by Joyce Brinkman and Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda.

Join me, the editors, special keynote reader Coleman Barks and other contributors to this anthology …

I am happy to announce I’ve joined YesYes Books, an independent publisher of poetry books & the journal Vinyl Poetry, as an Assistant Editor in Book Development, focusing on eBook …

Washington DC writer and teacher, Chloe Yelena Miller invited me to be guest blogger on April 30, last day of National Poetry Month 2013. A chilly month, a tough month, …