Titles and Authors
Special Exhibit: Mission & Moradas santafeanmagazine: William R. Talbot Fine Art‘s annual exhibition of historic and contemporary depictions of the missions and moradas of New Mexico—Missions & Moradas: Icons of New Mexico, 1925–1985—opens Friday, April 11, and will run through… Read more
Daisy Time BY MARJORIE PICKTHALL See, the grass is full of stars, Fallen in their brightness; Hearts they have of shining gold, Rays of shining whiteness. Buttercups have honeyed hearts, Bees they love the clover, But I love the daisies’ dance… Read more
These are all the rage, but is poetry really a calming activity? If a poet thinks, “I need to calm down,” does the poet always turn to poetry? I think some of the best poems come from a place far… Read more
Looking for poetry events a little further north in New Mexico? Taos has many scheduled readings this month! Definitely worth the drive if you don’t live in town.
theparisreview: “Everybody’s a realist offering true accounts of the activity of mind. There are only realists.” —Donald Barthelme, born on this day in 1931.
Andrews Forest Writers’ Residency etruscanpress: Type: Residency Location: McKenzie, Oregon Application Deadline: May 15, 2014 Website: springcreek.oregonstate.edu E-mail address: email@example.com The H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest offers one-week residencies to poets, fiction writers, and creative nonfiction writers in October, November,… Read more
How is Santa Fe, a mecca of poets and poetry, celebrating National Poetry Month? On Saturday, April 12 from 12:30pm to 4:30pm the Santa Fe Public Library (the main location on 145 Washington) is hosting a poetry workshop for teens… Read more
After a wonderful introduction from Santa Fe Poet Laureate Jon Davis, Red Mountain poet Ann Filemyr read from her newest collection of poetry, Love Enough. Ann captivated the room with her sincere, brave, and honest poetry about the truths of… Read more
Santa Fe Poet Laureate Jon Davis speaks about the poetry of Ann Filemyr and her newest collection, Love Enough.
Red Mountain Press publisher Devon Ross introducing Santa Fe Poet Laureate Jon Davis, who in turn introduced our poet, Ann Filemyr.