Sundog Poetry Center launched its new annual poetry event entitled Justice – And Poetry – For All last month at the Clemmons Family Farm in Charlotte, VT. The series aspires to raise the voices of those in marginalized populations through poetry, and will focus on different groups each year. This new series began with a […]
We had an inspiring day at Bishop Booth Center last Thursday with feature poet Tim Seibles, Vermont poets LN Bethea, Stephen Cramer, Rajnii Eddins, Lizzy Fox, Geof Hewitt, Kerrin McCadden, and Neil Shepard, and teachers and students from BFA St. Albans, Rock Point School, Vergennes, and Montpelier High Schools. Thank you to Main St. Landing […]
We hope you enjoy this video, which we feels captures our very special day in September with Naomi Shihab Nye!
It’s HERE: Major Jackson‘s lecture, “The Music Inside Lyric Poetry,” which he presented in August at Bear Pond Books in Montpelier. Thank you, Major, Bear Ponds, and Vermont Humanities Council for your support!
Join us on Sunday, August 30, from 3:00 – 5:00 at ECHO in Burlington for a reading by six Vermont poets at Water, Women, & Words. Proceeds to benefit Vermont Project WET (Water Education for Teachers). Tickets are $15 per person. Purchase tickets in advance here as space is limited!
Click HERE to watch Jay Parini’s lecture, “Working with the Image: Inside to Out,” which was the sixth installment in Sundog’s Poets and Their Craft Lecture Series. Thanks to Northshire Books in Manchester Center for hosting the lecture, VT PBS, GNAT and MMCTV for recording the lecture, and the Vermont Humanities Council for your support!
Sundog Poetry C0-presidents Mary Jane Dickerson and Tamra Higgins had the honor of speaking about poetry and Sundog Poetry Center with host Ryan Spain on the new Vermont PBS program CONNECT. Watch the episode HERE.
Pamela Harrison’s lecture, “Grounding the Moment: Deploying Dramatic and Thematic Cues” is now available for viewing here.
Thanks to MMCTV, you can now watch Neil Shepard’s lecture, “The Art of Concealing and Revealing in Poetry” in its entirety! Coming soon, Lecture 5 by Pamela Harrison. And don’t miss Jay Parini on Saturday, 6:00 pm, July 18 at Northshire Books in Manchester Center for his lecture, “Working with the Image: Inside to Out.”
In his lecture, “The Art of Concealing and Revealing in Poetry,” Neil Shepard discussed how the verb forms of “to conceal” and “to reveal” don’t necessarily lead us to their noun forms – concealment and revelation – in poetry. It is in fact, through concealment that we may find revelation, and through revelation, we discover things […]