For the third year running, the Northeast Storytellers host a Robert Frost remembrance on Tuesday, April 11th from 2-3:30 pm in place of the regular monthly Poetry Tea Party. The “Remembering Robert Frost” special gathering will take place at the St. Johnsbury House located at 1207 Main Street in St. Johnsbury
AMP Nights - Thursday, April 27 at River Arts, 64 Pleasant St., Morrisville, 6:00 - 8:00; $10 suggested donation. AMP stands for Art, Music, and Poetry: Art talk with Clare Dolan, Music by Farm Song and Poetry reading with Kerrin McAdden. Hosted by River Arts and Sundog Poetry. More information at https://sundogpoetry.org/events/amp-nights/
The following are part of the Poem City 2017 events taking place in and around Montpelier. More information can be found on the POEMCITY website. Also see the Poem City Program Guide for times and locations
April 1 - Kickoff with Vermont Poet Laureate Chard de Niord
April 4 - Annual open reading at Bear Pond Books
April 6 - Writing poems about people: A generative workshop with Baron Wormser
April 7 - Poetry of Modern Culture and Superheros - George Longenecker
April 7 - The poetry and photos of George Lisi
April 8 - 40 years of poetry with Jay Parini
April 8 - Favorite nature poems with Dede Cummings and Diana Whitney
(many move events all month long)
Dinner with a poet
(part of poem town 2017 Randolph VT)
April 6 - Sydney Lea
April 17 - Baron Wormser
April 25 - Megan Buchanan, Verandah Porche and Diana Whitney
~also~ Poetry potluck at the Randolph town hall on April 12
Please let me know of other poetry events happening in Vermont that should be listed here. Thanks.
Membership in PSOV
To join the society contact membership chair, Sally Anne Reisner. Mail dues of $25 or $10 for students, to Sally at P.O. Box 1215, Waitsfield, VT 05673. Please include your name, mailing address, telephone number, and e-mail address. Membership is renewed annually by January 1. A Membership List is available by contacting Sally.
Advantages of membership include participation in readings and workshops, opportunities to have poems published in the society's chapbook, competition for awards, and fellowship with many appreciative readers and writers of poetry. Members receive a copy of the society's chapbook, The Mountain Troubadour, published annually.
Spring Workshop plans announced
Hoping to see you in Vergennes on May 6
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