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Birds of Longing: Online Exhibit and Gallery Talk

April 21 - July 31

Explore an online exhibition of fiber artist Laurie Wohl's Birds of Longing: Exile and Memory, which was to be on display at the University of Arizona Poetry Center during spring 2020. The online exhibit includes photographs of the pieces and text from the exhibit labels, as well as a recording of a gallery talk by …

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The LaHave Review submission deadline

July 31
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One event on January 31, 2020 at 12:00 am

One event on April 30, 2020 at 12:00 am

One event on July 31, 2020 at 12:00 am

The LaHave Review is an online poetry journal edited by Michael Goodfellow and will launch in December, 2019. Each issue will feature one poem per season, a biography of the poet, and an interview. The LaHave Review is named after the LaHave River in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. The river is bordered by tall white …

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Poetry London Mentoring Scheme submission deadline

July 31

Poetry London is pleased to announce the third year of its mentoring scheme, offering the chance for three talented poets to receive a year of free one-to-one mentoring from leading poets, and friends of Poetry London, Vahni Capildeo, Wayne Holloway-Smith and Mimi Khalvati. Generously funded by the Garrick Charitable Trust, Arts Council England, and former …

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Winchester Poetry Prize 2020 submission deadline

July 31

Judge Andrew McMillan will consider entries for the best poem written by a Hampshire-based poet. First prize is £1,000, 2nd prize is £500 and 3rd prize is £250. ?The Winchester Poetry Festival organization will hold a special prize-giving event on Saturday 10 October 2020. This event will be online due to the current restrictions on …

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The Maynard — Call for Poetry & Cover Art submission deadline

July 31

The Maynard, an online poetry journal, is a space for emerging and experienced writers from Canada and around the world. Issue editors, comprised of Advisory and Editorial Board members, strive to feature work that challenges perceived boundaries (lyric, narrative, experimental, etc.) of the written word. Rather than themes, each issue of The Maynard showcases artistic …

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The 2020 Brooklyn Public Library Poet-in-Residence application deadline

July 31

In celebration and support of the revolutionary changes happening worldwide, the Brooklyn Public Library in collaboration with the Brooklyn poet Laureate, Tina Chang, seeks applications for the BPL's first-ever Poet-in-Residence. In doing so, the library takes deliberate steps to amplify the voices of all Brooklyn writers in the service of positive change and social justice. …

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7:30 pm

Poetry Gala with Terrance Hayes & Mona Arshi

July 31 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Leading poets Terrance Hayes (USA) and Mona Arshi (England) join host Paul Maddern (John Hewitt Society committee member) to read their work and answer questions posed by those subscribed to the broadcast. This event is supported by Poetry Ireland. Learn more here.

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