Poet Megan Kaminski explores the landscapes around us and within us in her first collection of poetry, Desiring Map, a recent addition to our library’s collection. Read on for an interview with the poet.
Need a book report or ten by the end of the year, try a novel in verse. April is National Poetry Month impress your teacher by reading and reporting on a novel in verse.
Dig into poetry at the library with readings, displays, and plenty of books. Read on for all of the details!
You are most likely aware by now that April is National Poetry Month, yes? If you do only one poetry-related thing for this most auspicious of months, may I suggest that it be attending a reading by three up-and-coming young poets from right here in Kansas? April 15th, from 7-8:30
In The Sum of Two Mothers, Topeka poet Dennis Etzel Jr. opens a discussion about equality, gender roles, and acceptance. Check out the book from your library and join the conversation.
It’s National Poetry Month! I know, you say. But wait…poetry can be a powerful form of expression. Check out this blog post for a cool story on how two teen girls connected through words.