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A Conversation with Poet and Poetry Advocate Kevin Coval in Celebration of National Poetry Month

Sam Ribakoff interviews poet Kevin Coval about his new book, “A People’s History of Chicago.

New Recordings Uploaded to Recorded Poetry and Literature Archive

National Poetry Month: New Recordings Uploaded to Recorded Poetry and Literature Archive

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épinglé par ❃❀CM❁✿Agatha Christie, 1974 by Anthony Armstrong-Jones, Lord Snowdon

Only a decade ago, if someone asked you what you thought of poetry, you may have thought of dust-covered textbooks, of droning professors, and of lines that you read over and over and still were un…

Only a decade ago, if someone asked you what you thought of poetry, you may have thought of dust-covered textbooks, of droning professors, and of lines that you

Dick Fosbury created a new style of executing the high jump that revolutionized the event - now known as the Fosbury Flop.

During the 1968 Olympics, Dick Fosbury won gold in the high jump, set a new Olympic record and forever changed the way the jump was done

Actors including James Franco, Ruth Wilson, Gabriel Byrne, Maxine Peake, Jeremy Irons, Kelly Macdonald and Michael Sheen read a series of 21 poems on the theme of climate change, curated by UK poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy. Includes two bonus poems from Byrne and Franco

UK poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy curates a series of 20 original poems by various authors on the theme of climate change

Kathy Hughes - Founder of Radio One and TV One. First African-American women to lead a publicly traded company.

Kathy Hughes - Founder of Radio One and TV One. First African-American women to lead a publicly traded company. The Swirl World

“Nothing that ever happens to a novelist is ever wasted.” ~P.D. James, published her first novel at age 42, while still in civil service and caring for an ill husband

Phyllis Dorothy James, Baroness James of Holland Park,(born 3 August

Top 10 Most Beautiful British Women

10 Most Beautiful British Women (Pics) In The World - 2018 Update

19th century, author, charlotte bronte, novelist, writer

Charlotte Brontë was a poet and novelist, the oldest of the three Bronte sisters, best-known for her novel "Jane Eyre.

Herman Melville (August 1, 1819 – September 28, 1891)  Moby-Dick; or, The Whale (1851) Pierre: or, The Ambiguities (1852)

Herman Melville (August 1819 – September was an American novelist, short story writer, essayist, and poet. He is best known for his novel Moby-Dick. Bartleby, the Scrivener is his best short story.

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The 2017 National Book Award Finalists

The Author of A Series of Unfortunate Events Is Using His Unspent Netflix Money to Fund a Poetry Prize

The Author of A Series of Unfortunate Events Is Using His Unspent Netflix Money to Fund a Poetry Prize

A Series of Unfortunate Events is getting an eight-episode Netflix adaptation, and there are many people who plan to stand to gain from this.

34 Times Barack And Michelle Obama's Love Made Us Weak In The Knees | The Huffington Post

34 Times Barack And Michelle Obama's Love Made Us Weak In The Knees

The relationship role models we need right now and forevermore.

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