2 edition of Connecticut poets found in the catalog.
in New York
Written in English
|Statement||foreword by Lucia Trent and Ralph Cheyney; edited by the house of Henry Harrison, publisher.|
|Contributions||Harrison, firm, publishers, New York. (1932. Henry Harrison)|
|LC Classifications||PS548.C8 C65|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||33019637|
Connecticut has its share of poets and playwrights both past and present. Back in the day, the Hartford Wits entertained themselves (and others, presumably) with long (really long) poems concerning the American Revolution. Not exactly material that has stuck around forever–it and they went out of fashion after the revolution. The Central Connecticut State English Department in conjunction with the Connecticut Literary Festival will publish a literary anthology of fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry by Connecticut writers. The book will be published in conjunction with the CT Literary Festival. Submissions will be open from January 4 until Ma
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From more than poems submitted by Connecticut poets, 50 were selected for inclusion in the Anthology. In addition to selected poems, the book features poems by members of the Guilford Poets Guild, as well as winners of the Guilford High School Poetry Contest, an annual event sponsored by the GPG each year. An annual celebration of the literary arts in the center of Connecticut, the Connecticut Literary Festival is produced by Central Connecticut State University and hosted by Real Art Ways located in Hartford’s Parkville neighborhood. Join us this Fall to write, to share, to listen, to dream, to discover the vibrant literary scene in the Nutmeg.
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Famous authors of Connecticut. When it comes to literary excellence, Connecticut has no shortage of famous authors. Here's a look at authors from Connecticut who've filled our. In Connecticut's Best Emerging Poets, 50 up-and-coming poets have their own chance to shine. Covering a wide array of topics ranging from love and heartbreak, family and friendship, the inherent beauty of nature, and so much more, these young talents will amaze you.
Currently, McQuilkin is the publisher and editor of Antrim House Books that publishes the work of Connecticut poets and provides greater exposure and access to the work of local poets. Reproduced from the Connecticut State Register & Manual.
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A calendar of poetry readings, book signings, and open mikes around Connecticut. Connecticut Poetry Society, West Haven, Connecticut. likes. Our mission is to support the art form of poetry with chapter meetings, contests, and poetry events. Membership is not limited to 5/5(1). Poetry, Activism Come Together in New Book Exploring Gun Violence Michael Lee-Murphy.
Michael Lee-Murphy. one of the book’s editors and a founding coordinator of the Masters of Fine Arts program at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, was the one who reached out to Hockley, and is himself too familiar with gun violence. Poets Laureate of Connecticut (6 P) Pages in category "Poets from Connecticut" The following 31 pages are in this category, out of 31 total.
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Genre/Form: Biographies Poetry Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Everest, Charles W. (Charles William), Poets of Connecticut. Maria Sassi, who was the first Poet Laureate of West Hartford, Connecticut, is a prize-winning poet and playwright.
Her first poetry collection, Rooted in Stars, now in its second printing, is part of The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale chapbook What I See presents ekphrastic poems, three of which have won international poetry prizes: the René.
Find details about every creative writing competition—including poetry contests, short story competitions, essay contests, awards for novels, grants for translators, and more—that we’ve published in the Grants & Awards section of Poets & Writers Magazine during the past year.
We carefully review the practices and policies of each contest before including it in the. Garnet Poems features forty-two poets whose work has a strong connection to Connecticut. The first major anthology of Connecticut poetry to appear since the mid-nineteenth century, it includes the work of such notable poets as Wallace Stevens, Lydia 4/5(1).
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The poets of Connecticut; with biographical : Charles W. (Charles William) Everest. In addition to selected poems, the book features poems by members of the Guilford Poets Guild, as well as winners of the Guilford High School Poetry Contest, an annual event sponsored by the.
September 5, • Connecticut Book Awards, Features & News Connecticut Center for the Book is pleased to announce the finalists for the Connecticut Book Awards.
The awards recognize and honor authors and illustrators who have created the best books in or about our state in the past year.Evelyn Atreya lives in Guilford where she is a member and past president of the Guilford Poets Guild.
She is a member of the Connecticut Poetry Society and attends its Greater New Haven Chapter workshops. Her poems have appeared in Caduceus, Long River Run, San Diego Poetry Annual, Plainsongs, Connecticut River Review, and in a chapbook, Olives, Now and Then.