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Poetry Jam

7th Annual Poetry Jam and Slam

February 28, 2019

 

Winters Community Center

6pm

Looking for Inspiration?

Take a peek at these great websites selected by Liz Koman from The Unofficially Official List of Top Poetry Sites posted by Maureen Doallas.  

Academy of American Poets

This is a must-stop online, with its A-to-Z list of poets, thousands of poems, a huge audio archive, essays and interviews, and constantly expanding e-poetry resources.   [Liz’s note:  Sign up for the “Poem a Day.” You can begin each day with a poem.  Some good . . . some note so good, but you be the judge.]

 

American Life in Poetry

An initiative of U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser, ALPoetry offers weekly a free, downloadable poem with commentary. It also boasts an archive of hundreds of poems that are frequently humorous, sometimes deeply moving, and always speak to place and what is uniquely American in spirit.

 

From the Fishouse

Emphasizing poetry as oral tradition, this site showcases poets with fewer than two published collections. What matters are not the names on the poems but the poems themselves, presented in their creators’ voices. With more than 500 audio files, the site offers users insights into how emerging poets think about and practice their craft.

 

Modern American Poetry Site

The serious student or teacher of poetry cannot go wrong with MAPS, which comprises more than 30,000 pages of online biographies, critical essays, syllabi, and images for more than 160 modern poets. For some poets, it’s the only source for scholarly commentary. Detailed analyses of poems and poetry-related ephemera are noteworthy.

 

MotionPoems

Not everyone can “get” a poem by reading it. MotionPoems animates words in ways that uncover meaning through wonderfully creative use of music and graphics.

 

PennSound

No site does a better job than PennSound of documenting, preserving, and making easily accessible historic and contemporary sound recordings you’ll find nowhere else.

 

Poets & Writers

I like how poets are singled out among the larger group of writers here. The trove of resources includes unparalleled databases of literary magazines, presses, agents, contests, writers’ tools, and readings and workshops. The “My P&W” community is active and supportive.

 

Poetry Foundation

Cheeky Harriet, the foundation’s blog, makes clear that poetry doesn’t equate to the stiff and stuffy. Notable site features include a Learning Lab, children’s poetry, podcasts, video, and selections from the estimable Poetry magazine. Poems are searchable by school/period, regions, and century and can be accessed using the latest technology.

 

Poetry International Web

Start in Afghanistan and end in Zimbabwe, but let PIW take you on your global poetry tour. You won’t need a passport to cross borders and listen to the many voices you’ll hear only in this international community. In addition to informative articles, audio/video recordings, and interviews, PIW offers thousands of poems in their original language and English translations.

 

Tweetspeak Poetry

An engaging magazine-style site with poetry reviews and essays on craft, accompanied by beautiful photography; an e-daily with unique monthly themes and artEvery Day Poems, that celebrates words’ power to move us, surprise us, or make us laugh; and the award-winning T. S. Poetry Press; a newly launched store; and a supportive community that was among the first to use Twitter to write collaborative poetry.

 

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