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Alton Senior High School Poetry Grant: We can do it.

Awhile back I funded an annual program that provided monthly guest presenters to talk to students in the creative writing class at Alton Senior High School. There was a fine line-up, including a presentation on the Kwansaba form developed by the Eugene Redmond writing club. The St. Louis Poetry Society administered the grant. I dedicated […]

Contests sponsored by STL Poetry Society (attention high school students)

CONTEST DEADLINE “NASH MEMBERS ONLY” IS MONDAY, MARCH 1… POSTMARKED by MARCH 1 Not a member or need to renew? Send in a membership check with your submission, or do it with credit card online: $30 ($15 for student) Consider adding a $20 donation to your $30 and get Margie VIII free. CONTEST DEADLINE BEVERLY […]

An Heir to the Black Mountain Poets @ Observable Readings STL

An Heir to the Black Mountain Poets Visits Observable Readings Feb. 4 Poet Thomas Meyer, executive director of a society that published legendary Black Mountain poets such as Charles Olson, Robert Duncan, and Robert Creeley; will read from his work at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 4, at the Schlafly Bottleworks on 7260 Southwest Ave. […]

Snowbound in St. Louis, a Writer Reads—Jo-Brew’s novels of the family farm, and tools of the writing and reflective life

Eight inches of snow fell in St. Louis over the weekend, chasing this Northern California girl inside to catch up on her stack of reading. Hey, my snow boots are in the closet of my upstairs room at my father’s house and I don’t even own an ice-scraper for the car yet…but, I can turn […]