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  List of poetry groups and movements - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Poetry groups and movements or schools may be self-identified by the poets that form them or defined by critics who see unifying characteristics of a body of work by more than one poet.
Modernist poetry is a broad term for poetry written between 1890 and 1970 in the tradition of Modernism.
The British Poetry Revival was a loose poetic movement during the 1960s and 1970s.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_schools_of_poetry   (1151 words)

 Qwika - similar:List_of_poets
Poets, like any artist, exist within a cultural and intellectual tradition and generally write in a specific language, but the qualities which comprise good poetry are to some extent timeless and address issues common to all humanity.
This is a list of poets who wrote or write much of their poetry in the Indonesian language.
The Apocalypse Poets are a group of poets, mostly born in the middle or late 20th century (see the term "baby boomers") who wrote and lived in the atomic and nuclear age when weapons of annihilation brought about the constant fear of nuclear war and the possible scenario of the end of the world.
www.qwika.com /rels/List_of_poets   (1401 words)

 pmpoetry: Links to Collections of Poetry
Contemporary Poetry Review an on-line journal devoted to the criticism of poetry, with reviews, a chatroom,, and interviews with distinguished critics, poets, and translators.
The CP Project, poetry selected by Chris P. The Cypriot Cicada Literary Magazine seeks to promote literature as a means of questioning identities, power structures and interpretations of history in the context of inter-communal relations.
Forgotten Ground RegainedOriginal poetry in accentual and alliterative verse (in the style of Beowulf or Sir Gawain and the Green Knight).
www.pmpoetry.com /linkspmb.shtml   (2666 words)

 Poetry-Islam and Middle East
Turkish Poetry in Context: Site includes poetry from medieval Turks, as well as a brief history of the Turkish people, and the poets who lived during this period, from Ashiq to Baqi.
Modern Turkish Poets: An alphabetical list of Turkish poets from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, including a sample of their poems and a brief biography.
Desert Poetry: “For Arab poets, the desert in its presence or absence is power…” This site is devoted to poets of Saudi Arabia and their attachment to the desert landscape.
www.ou.edu /mideast/category/poetry.htm   (742 words)

 Moondance Poetry
She is Poetry Editor of Women Artists and Writers International Poetry Newsletter and WebPage due to appear in September.
When she is not working on Poetry or writing fantasy or studying the esoteric, she is getting five teens ready to face the world.
She is the owner of Aprilrain Web Design, which has been responsible for several successful corporate sites.
www.moondance.org /1999/spring99/poetry/team.html   (380 words)

 Poetry sites: Literature: MIT Libraries
Electronic Poetry Center - includes poetry and prose by contemporary poets, journals of contemporary poetry, poetry reviews, an opportunity to contribute to a collaborative poem, information about poetry competitions, poetry conferences and more (U of Buffalo).
Representative Poetry - a historical anthology of English poetry from the early medieval period to the early twentieth century.
British Poetry 1780-1910 - a collection of scholarly editions, marked up and freely available for study or classroom use, maintained by Jerome McGann and David Seaman (Alderman Library, U of VA).
libraries.mit.edu /guides/subjects/literature/poetry.html   (853 words)

 ALA | Internet Resources: E-poetry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
April is National Poetry Month and, in celebration, this article invites you to explore recent developments in the world of poetry.
Poets and artists are currently using computer technology as a means to realize new ways of expressing themselves.
Web Poetry Corner allows users to search by author’s name, date of submission, and author’s country.
www.ala.org /ala/acrl/acrlpubs/crlnews/backissues2003/april1/epoetry.htm   (1324 words)

 pmpoetry: Poetry around the World
For this reason, I have limited the American listings to ones that concentrate on a particular region of the United States; for the listings under England, I have confined myself to sites with a particularly strong sense of their own geography.
UCT Poetry Web, a comprehensive index of poets and poetry of Capetown and the western Cape.
Their index of poetry sites is here, and there index of South African poets is here.
www.pmpoetry.com /worldb.shtml   (1869 words)

 The Poetry Empire
A group of writers posting their poetry to a poetry forum, exchanging critique and feedback in order to grow together as poets.
Poetry journal dedicated to the fraudulent arrest, charges, solitary confinement, house-arrest and persecution of Mama Khandi by the state of ohio and the various factions of its infrastructure.
Poetry is one of my soul foods, here you will find alot of me in over 150 orginal poems, some dark some light, all soul.
v.webring.com /hub?ring=poetryempire   (1607 words)

 index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The mission of this website is two fold:  First, to share my own original poetry with the world, some of which is accompanied by music.  Second, to have fun by bringing an international group of people together by participating in writing their own original poems and submitting them for possible publication on my website.
Some great artists such as Neruda, Hemingway and Shakespeare have shared their talents with the world which has inspired many to cultivate this passion for writing.
The copyrights and ownership of the poetry that is sent in from different artist from around the world to be published on this website belongs to that artist.  I do not own their poetry and will not reproduce it in any way.
www.poetrycreation.com   (383 words)

 Poetry at the University of California Press
The New California Poetry series presents works that help define the emerging generation of poets—books consistent with California's commitment to the Black Mountain tradition and reflective of California literary traditions—cosmopolitan, innovative.
Fanny Howe's Selected Poems won the 2001 Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize for the Most Outstanding Book of Poetry Published in 2000, Academy of American Poets; and the Gold Medal for Poetry of the Commonwealth of California, and was chosen by the Village Voice Literary Supplement as one of their 25 favorite books of 2000.
Each modestly sized book consists of a selection of poetry and prose, supplemented by commentaries and documents, and edited and introduced by a poet or scholar with a fresh and radical approach to the subject.
www.ucpress.edu /books/poetry.html   (678 words)

Includes discussions of the various types of poetry, as well as how to teach poetry in the classroom.
Online lectures, articles and interviews on the craft of writing poetry, as well as articles about reading poetry and audio recordings of well-known poets reading their work.
Encourages the development of new poetry curricula and teaching strategies by high school language arts teachers.
www.colegiobolivar.edu.co /library/poetry.htm   (520 words)

 jean racine and french classical poetry
Modernism takes great liberties with expression, as with social decorum, but Racine's example may explain why the classics have never died out, placing an alternative vision before artists in the 20th century, even in the popular arena.
Bibliographies are given in the French Poetry section of the The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics.
French classical verse is built on the hexameter, which relies on a syllabic subtleties that escape English ears.
www.poetry-portal.com /poets6.html   (452 words)

 Poetry Resources - Writing
Promotes the public reading of poetry in a family-friendly environment as regularly scheduled poetry groups where all writers and shy "reciters" are encouraged to build confidence and grow in every aspect of their poetic artistry.
This literary center and poetry archive is "a Collection and meeting place that invites poets and the public to step into the living tradition of poetry.
A poetry resource for poets of all experience levels, including writing exercises, essay on poetics, profiles on underrated poets, a free critique workshop, and a poetry zine.
bellaonline.com /articles/art2383.asp   (3036 words)

 ALA | Poetry Outstanding Books for the College Bound Titles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
A poet and critic discuss the value and nature of poetry, using selections from six centuries of American and English poems.
This poetry feast challenges stereotypes about who or what is American.
Annotated list of poetry tites on the Outstanding Books for the College Bound list.
www.ala.org /ala/yalsa/booklistsawards/outstandingbooks/poetryoutstanding.htm   (496 words)

 MesaLibrary.org Teens Teen Poetry Reading List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
A collection of poetry for teenagers that includes selections from such authors as Maya Angelou, W.B. Yeats, and Attila the Stockbroker.
An anthology of poetry by twentieth-century women from around the world including, Sylvia Plath, Nigar Hanim, and Sonia Sanchez.
Poems follow a year in a girl's life as she meets a boy, starts dating him, falls in love, and sees their special relationship come to an end.
www.mesalibrary.org /teens/books/teenpoetry.asp   (717 words)

 ~ Corner Poetry Home Page! ~
All photographs, images and artwork remain property of Corner Poetry and prior authorization must be obtained prior to use of any such said photograph, image and or artwork.
Submissions of poems and/or artwork to Corner Poetry are accepted on the basis that the author or artist grants Corner Poetry a non-exclusive license for use of the material within Corner Poetry without monetary compensation.
Corner Poetry is non-profit and exists for educational and entertainment purposes only.
cornerpoetry.com /default.html   (466 words)

 Poetry Santa Cruz | Events
Readers in our Tuesday series are often interviewed and read more of their poetry on The Poetry Show on KUSP 88.9 FM, Sundays 8:00-9:00pm.
Poetry Santa Cruz receives funding from the the Cultural Council of Santa Cruz County and Poets & Writers, Inc., and is sponsored by Casablanca Inn, Bookshop Santa Cruz, Capitola Book Cafe, The Attic, National Writers Union Chapter 7, KUSP, the William James Association, the Museum of Art & History, and Cabrillo College.
Poetry Center San José presents The Movement of the Poem: The Way of Thought, the Way of Ecstasy, a poetry workshop with Nils Peterson and Sally Ashton.
www.baymoon.com /~poetrysantacruz/events/events.html   (1773 words)

 Poetry Contests
Submit your poetry book published in 2004 for the $500 Posner Book-Length Poetry Award and your poems for the $500 Lorine Niedecker Poetry Award (5 poems, 2 published in 2002-3) from the Council for Wisconsin Writers.
The Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets annual poetry contest for students attending public, private or parochial schools in Wisconsin: JUNIOR DIVISION (grades 6-8) and SENIOR DIVISION (grades 9-12).
The Pleasant T. Rowland Foundation and the Vermont Studio Center are pleased to announce the availability of three Residency Fellowships available to visual artists and writers who are residents of the Madison, WI area.
www.madpoetry.org /contests/contests.html   (761 words)

 RensSearch: National Poetry Month   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry : from the Poetry and Literature Center of the Library of Congress.
Poetry Society of America has a good collection of links to sites for poets, both dead and alive, and organizations supporting and promoting poetry.
American Verse Project is assembling an electronic archive of volumes of American poetry published prior to 1920.
www.lib.rpi.edu /dept/library/html/resources/references/poetry.html   (649 words)

 CD Baby: SPOKEN WORD: Poetry - music you will love. - from galaris   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
What were hymn and poetry writers thinking about when they made their compositions in the 19th century?
This is performance poetry with live pieces recorded in poetry venues as well as studio pieces over dark, bluesy hip-hop beats.
An original poetry cd along with music and effects, you had never seen such a cd.expresses the raw edge of the dynamic earth,the work seeks to capture the timeless truth of universal events beyond the human connection.
www.cdbaby.com /style/220/from/galaris?cdbaby=3913d69912ddcef20181c3b54fa922fb   (543 words)

 ibiblio > Collection Index > Literature > Poetry
Primarily a list for announcing poetry readings that are part of the Desert City series held in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
It's aim is to get artists (working with audio, images, text or video) to come together and share their work, be inspired by each others' work, and ultimately to create "remixes".
The mission of the Poetry Project is to compile biographical information on the most important contemporary poets in the world.
www.ibiblio.org /collection/collection.php?second=34   (584 words)

The couple live on the Isle of Lewis in a cottage by the sea where Colin is able to pursue his passion for writing poetry.
Representing the artists, writers and musicians of Devon and Cornwall, Close Circuit Press is a new, non-profit journal.Includes poetry, fiction, illustrations, music reviews and profiles.
A poetry and arts journal both thematic and eclectic in its choice of poetry and art.
alt-webring.com /cgi-bin/list.pl?ringid=poetrykit   (496 words)

 Stadler Center for Poetry
The Stadler Center for Poetry seeks to foster in a wide and varied audience an appreciation for the diversity and richness of contemporary poetry and the other literary arts.
The Seminar brings together undergraduate poets from all across the country and from Bucknell to write and be guided by established poets for an extended and intensive period of study during the month of June.
The Stadler Center for Poetry is housed in Bucknell Hall, a historic campus building that contains a large auditorium for readings, offices for the staff, and the Mildred Martin Poetry Library and Lounge, named for a former Bucknell professor and benefactor of the Center.
www.bucknell.edu /Academics/Resources/Stadler_Center/index.html   (326 words)

Poetry Exchange - A roving band of poets and their collection of over 3,000 poems.
Cocodrilo - Cocodrilo is a semi-regular magazine of trash poetry, based in NY, published simultaneously on the WWW, and as a broadside, distributed free around NY.
Olafsson, Bragi - The poetry of Bragi Olafsson, the former bassplayer of the !
inkpot.com /poetrylinks   (2293 words)

As postmodern buildings pay homage to architectural styles of the past, Wilbur’s poetry pays homage to the great poets of the past, and we, his readers, take a kind of generational pride in seeing how he recalls and measures up to them.
He was schooled in their verse and uses poetry to the same ends they did, conceiving his function as a public one and offering language that delights and instructs—though it doesn’t instruct by preaching but by clarification.
So imbued are many of us with the romantic myth linking poetry and youth, poetry and explosive energy, that there’s something incongruous in the idea of a long-lived poet.
www.poetrymagazine.org /magazine/0905/comment_172016.html   (3308 words)

 The Poetry Library | Magazines | Magazines
This list is compiled from the current, "live" magazines stocked at The Poetry Library.
This list is aimed for both readers of poetry and writers of poetry, looking to submit their work.
This is the plight of every writer and you should remember that every established poet has had their work rejected at some point in their career.
www.poetrylibrary.org.uk /magazines/magazines   (507 words)

 CBC Arts: Short list unveiled for Griffin Poetry Prize
Seven poets are being considered for the 2006 Griffin Poetry Prize, selected from a record number of entries from around the world – proof the fledgling award is gaining an international reputation.
The mix of styles and cultures represented on the short list provided for exciting reading, said Young, one of the trustees along with Griffin, Margaret Atwood, Carolyn Forché, Robert Hass, Michael Ondaatje and Robin Robertson.
The shortlisted poets are scheduled to appear at a reading of their work in Toronto on May 31, the day before the awards gala.
www.cbc.ca /story/arts/national/2006/04/05/griffin-poetry-shortlist.html   (1345 words)

 Salmon Publishing | Irish Poetry, Ireland , Poetry, Publishing, Literary Publishing
Salmon Poetry is now offering non-residential Creative Writing Workshops at its beautiful premises half a mile north of the Cliffs of Moher in Co. Clare.
Since then over 200 volumes of poetry have been produced, and Salmon has become one of the most important publishers in the Irish literary world.
A master of poetic nuance in his prose work, his poetry is at once immediate, subtle, revealing, political, philosophical and magical.
www.salmonpoetry.com   (1733 words)

 The Collage Poetry Mail Group   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Collage Poetry Mail group is for artists and poets who work in a constructive fashion when creating poetry.
Some members are collage artists making collages with words and some are poets devising collage type methods for making poetry.
Collage Poetry is a list for posting poetry created in a constructive manor like a collage.
ontologicalmuseum.org /museum/lingo/cp/collagepoetry.html   (78 words)

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