O my goodness. I am currently on my last week of classes and have no confidence with anything I turned in the other week. I still have a ppt and a website to finish by Sunday, but I need a break. Since my brains about to crash I figured I’d write a quick post.
Well, really I figured I’d look through my material for future post. While going through everything I have on Dickinson I found my links from the Emily Dickinson Museum’s website. I was only going to reference the museum, but now I figure it would be a good quick post. I’m going to try to this a quick read for you and simply add some list and links here.
- “Phosphorescence” Poetry Reading Series – Are you a poet with a resume, some samples, or read with a group of poets? Once a month the museum has poetry readings from contemporary poets, published or unpublished. Think your interested in being a featured poet, just follow the link for guidelines and link to the submission form https://www.emilydickinsonmuseum.org/events-news-phosphorescence-poetry-reading-series/
- Virtual programs: Here’s the link for past readings or view other virtual programs and activities like coloring sheets and crafts for kids. https://www.emilydickinsonmuseum.org/events-news/virtual-programming/
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- Scroll down a little in the above virtual program link and you’ll also find the museums Spotify link. Yes Spotify, it’s a pretty fun indie take on Dickinson’s poetry – Or here’s the direct links
- Speaking of Spotify (can you and moving on from Dickinson) – here some poetry playlist and podcast’s
- And just because we’re talking about poetry… here’s the weather, or Welcome To Night Vale’s Episode 20 – Poetry Week
Well, I know this post is filled with links, but I really needed a short distraction. Hope your have fun checking the links out, and maybe found a place to submit your own work too. Have a safe and hopefully warm week. Chicago’s finally getting hit with snow today so, we’ll be out later to play in it!
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