Sunday, April 2, 2017

National Poetry Month!

Once again, it's National Poetry month, so if you want poems to read and prompts to write poetry, this is the month! There's a wide smörgåsbord available.

Over at the Cuyahoga library, check out
Meanwhile, Writing Knights is featuring a daily poetry prompt on the subject of contronyms: words with two or more opposite meanings:
And, moving away from Northeast Ohio, Robert Lee Brewer's Poetic Asides is doing his annual April Poem a Day challenge:
--and April is a great month to attend live poetry events. 
  • Check out what's happening at any of the 65 readings, poetry workshops, and other writing-related events going on in April, listed on the Clevelandpoetics Calendar.
  • And don't miss this Saturday's Heights Arts Haiku Deathmatch at Dobama (OK, I guess I've mentioned this before).

  • More ways to celebrate National poetry month

1 comment:

Diane said...

Thanks, Geoff!

It's year four, 120 terrific poets later, and this region hasn't run out of great poems.


The poet doesn't invent. He listens. ~Jean Cocteau