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How This Black Teen’s Poetry Contest Unites Young People Across America to Use Their Voices for Social Justice

Isabella Hanson, creator of the “I Matter” poetry competition Isabelle Hanson Throughout history, poetry and justice have gone hand in hand. From the classics of Maya Angelou to the 2021 inaugural poem by Amanda Gorman, the convergence of poetry, social justice and activism transcends time across generations. Today, Gen Z is leading the way. Harnessing […]

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Launch of the International Armenian Literary Alliance with reading, mentorship program, poetry contest and events

The International Armenian Literary Alliance (IALA) will officially launch with a virtual reading by Armenian writers from around the world, hosted on Zoom on March 21, 2021 at 1 p.m. EDT. At the launch, the 2021 lineup, including a mentorship program for emerging Armenian writers, a competition for young Armenian poets, as well as virtual […]

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Rockland Public Library Announces 2021 Poetry Contest: “Anything Goes! »

The Rockland Public Library has submitted the following set of guidelines for its 2021 edition “Anything Goes!” Poetry contest: “Everything goes!” Annual Poetry Competition 2021 – Now until March 31. With an ongoing global pandemic, a new and ever-changing set of RULES is coming. Are you confused while maneuvering these fluctuating but necessary orders, mandates, […]

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Tusculum Students Win First Place in National Magazine Poetry Contest | Culture & Leisure

NASHVILLE — A University of Tusculum student recently added to his collection of writing awards with a first-place finish in Tennessee Magazine’s Poet’s Playground competition. Cole Robertsen, a sophomore studying English at Tusculum in Greeneville, with a concentration in creative writing, was selected as the winner in the 19-22 age group for his poem “Walk […]

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Senior Lancaster Country Day School pupil wins regional poetry competition | Life & Culture

Lily Nguyen, a senior at Lancaster Country Day School, has been named the winner of the 2021 Poetry Out Loud competition, Millersville University’s South Central PARTners announced in a press release last week. The regional competition is part of a national program to foster students’ appreciation for poetry through memory and performance. “Winning this contest […]

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A Bright Idea for Dark Winter Days Poetry Contest – Post Bulletin

When Scott Lowery asked a friend to direct him to the Southeastern Minnesota Poets Call for Poetry Submissions for the “Bright Light Stories in the Night” contest, one word in the call stood out. for him – accessible. Lowery, a retired teacher and educator who lives in Rollingstone, said he wanted to see more people […]

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Quintessential Listening: Poetry Online Radio Features Jackie Oldham 02/10 by Michael Anthony Ingram

Diffusion in poetry Thu Feb 11 2021 01:00 AM UTC h:1171741s:11878071archive Jackie Oldham is a writer from Baltimore, Maryland, specializing in poetry, essays and short stories. Her poetry and essays appear primarily on her personal blog, baltimoreblackwoman.com on WordPress. These writings led to invitations to […]

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The Writing Center is organizing a poetry contest for Valentine’s Day

Dr. Cole Bennett, Professor of Language and Literature and Director of the Writing Center, celebrates the 20th anniversary of the ACU Writing Center. (Photo by Alyssia Anuat) February 11, 2021 by Maci Weathers The Writing Center will once again host a poetry contest for Valentine’s Day, but this contest will span the […]

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KidsPost Poetry Contest: “Pandemic Poetry”

KidsPost marks National Poetry Month in April with a poetry contest themed “Pandemic Poetry”. Children ages 6 to 14 are encouraged to submit a original poem related to the coronavirus pandemic – what they did, thought, felt or anything else related. Any form of poetry – sonnet, haiku, limerick or otherwise – is acceptable. A […]