Monthly Archives: January 2013

Inaugural poet pays homage to American experience

The presidential inauguration puts poetry into the national spotlight, at least briefly, with the inaugural poem. This year’s poet, Richard Blanco, was among the many Latinos featured prominently at the inauguration, and his poem touched on being a Cuban exile … Continue reading

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Stay tuned for a contest! And more!

I’m going to be trying something new, beginning in a few weeks, to hopefully get more people interested in the blog, and maybe even in poetry. Everybody likes a contest, right? Also, there are some interesting poetry-related things brewing in … Continue reading

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