Women Who Break Boundaries Celebrated at Roundtable

Emilie Cousines | Photographer By Emily Cousins ​​| Editor-in-chief Baylor faculty and staff introduced and discussed ten pioneering women at the sixth annual conference Panel of women to break the limits Thursday. Organized by the Women and Gender Studies Program, the event was organized to celebrate the achievements of women. …

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The Poetry Foundation announces the 2021 Pegasus Awards and the Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fellowship winners

NEW | CHARACTERISTICS | OVERVIEW | EVENTS originally published: 09/16/2021 (CHICAGO, IL) – The Poetry Foundation has announced Patricia Smith as the recipient of the 2021 Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize, Susan Briante as the 2021 Pegasus Prize Winner for Poetic Criticism, and Bryan Byrdlong, Steven Espada Dawson, Noor Hindi, Natasha …

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where to start with his literature – the Calvert Journal

László Krasznahorkai is probably the best-known contemporary Hungarian author. Her work received the International Booker Prize in 2015, the National Book Award for Translated Literature in 2019, and the America Award for Lifetime Contribution to International Writing in 2014, among many others. Known for his breathtaking and demanding prose and …

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Recently published “Let Not His Sacrifice Be in Vain” by Thomas Kruger (The Poet) is a creative and encouraging collection of poetry inspired by the author’s faith | New

MEADVILLE, Pennsylvania., September 15, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – “Let Not His Sacrifice Be in Vain”: a well-crafted arrangement of lyrical prose. “Let His Sacrifice Be in Vain” is the creation of the published author Thomas kruger (The Poet), an avid writer with thirteen published works who enjoys painting and …

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1975 by Valda Organ | Radio-Canada books

Valda Organ is longlisted for the CBC Nonfiction Prize 2021 for 1975. The 2021 CBC Nonfiction Prize winner will receive $ 6,000 from the Canada Council for the Arts, have their work published on Radio-Canada books and have the opportunity to attend a two-week writing residency at Banff Center for …

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How lawmakers are making money at the same time

A book deal brought in more than $ 380,000 for US Senator Tammy Duckworth last year before the recent publication of her memoir, according to federal documents. The Hoffman Estates Democrat was the only member of the congressional delegation representing the western, northwest or northern suburbs to benefit from the …

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The Ames phenomenon leads to an author event

A 944-page book titled “The Eighth Life (For Brilka)” was a huge hit at Dog-Eared Books, an independent bookstore in downtown Ames. It sells at a rate of around 100: 1 compared to similar bookstores, and the success led to an in-store event at 11 a.m. on Sunday, which will …

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True tales: water problems | Cantonal citizen

By George T. Comeau Historic flooding in the 1880s observed at the Revere & Son mill (Courtesy of the Canton Historical Society) The following is an excerpt from “Water Problems,” the latest installment of True Tales from Canton’s Past by local historian George T. Comeau. It has been a very …

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Opportunities and Rewards | ArtsHub Australia

OPPORTUNITIES Jump to:THE WINNERS OF THE WEEKPRESELECTED AND FINALISTS REWARDS: Creative writing competition for young Australian writers Focusing on the challenges and resilience of post-pandemic recovery, young writers are invited to submit a creative writing article showcasing authentic experiences and feelings and promoting positive mental well-being. The competition is open …

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Northampton-based Winning Writers announces the winners of the 20th annual Wergle Flomp humorous poetry competition

Winning Writers, a Northampton-based company providing online resources for poets and writers, has announced the winners of its 20th annual Wergle Flomp humorous poetry competition. Anonymous US-based writer Koss took top prize among more than 5,600 participants with her poem “My Therapist Sez” – “a tumultuous tour through sessions with …

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Jill Murphy’s obituary | Children and adolescents

Children’s author and illustrator Jill Murphy, who died of cancer at the age of 72, has been loved from generation to generation for her picture books that capture the essence of childhood in a way that both realistic and magical. His career began at the age of 24 when his …

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PONGO POETRY: Pain is a full circle

The mission of the Pongo Poetry Project is to inspire young people to write poetry to inspire healing and growth. For more than 20 years, Pongo has framed poetry with youth at the Children & Family Justice Center (CFJC), the King County juvenile detention center. Many CFJC residents are young …

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Chad Blair: Understanding Hawaii Through Your Data

It seems every two weeks staff scramble to find our most recent copy of the Pacific Business News “Book of Lists” here at the Civil Beat offices in Kaimuki. It’s an invaluable resource of insightful and insightful data about Hawaii – the richest zip codes (96821, for Aina Haina-Niu Valley, …

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Amanda Awards “Ninjababy”, “The Painter and the Thief” Biggest Winners – The Madison Leader Gazette

After a stellar year winning awards in Berlin, South by Southwest, Edinburgh and Melbourne, “Ninjababy” continued its award streak by winning Norway’s top accolades for domestic films, the Amanda Awards. Their awards ceremony kicked off the Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund on Saturday evening. The second feature film from …

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Sally Magnusson at the Edinburgh Book Festival, Anne Pia celebrates Baudelaire and other Scottish book short stories

The winner of the James Tait Black Prize will be announced live at the Edinburgh International Book Festival on Wednesday 25 August. Author and broadcaster Sally Magnusson will host a special pre-recorded event, where the eight shortlisted authors will discuss their books. The live announcement will follow. The shortlisted authors …

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Anderson’s Bookshops turns 40 in September

Anderson’s Bookshop has roots in Downers Grove for 41 years, and next month the independent business celebrates its current location at 5112 Main St. Anderson’s is a sixth generation family-owned bookstore that dates back to the founding in 1875 of WW Wickel Pharmacy (now Oswald’s Pharmacy), which sold books and …

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Saint-Louis activist shares heartbreaking experiences in poetry book

“I use my transparency to invite other people into a space where they can feel comfortable sharing their truth and honesty.” ST. LOUIS – Transparency in sharing everything she’s been through in her 38 years comes naturally to published author, poet and community activist Tracy “T-Spirit” Stanton. The average person …

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Recent RSCC graduate is now heading to Yale University

Katelyn Laughon went from years of critical illness to a year of remedial classes at Roane State, and then to an academic triumph which she credits largely to community college. She was accepted into the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at prestigious Yale University in New Haven, Conn. She …

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Alaa Al Aswany – WSJ

Alaa Al Aswany, one of the most renowned novelists in the Arab world, almost gave up writing. After the Egyptian state publisher rejected his first two novels in the 1990s, he published them himself, winning critical acclaim but few readers. When the state, which monopolizes the distribution of books, rejected …

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The Best Recent Poetry – Critics Summary | Poetry

Learning to sleep (Cap, £ 10), John Burnside’s first collection of poems since 2017 is an assessment of the many sleep disorders (including severe insomnia and apnea) that have afflicted him for several years. Lack of rest, and its physical and mental impacts, are made tangible. “Ode to Hypnos” begins: …

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Alison Brooks designs new entrance building for Cambridge College

Alison Brooks designs new entrance building for Cambridge College © Filippo Bolognese Images To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/966299/alison-brooks-designs-new-entrance-building-for-cambridge-college UK-based practice Alison Brooks Architects recently won the competition for the design of the new entrance building and children’s literature resource center for Homerton, Cambridge’s …

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Virtual Book Talk studies the human and environmental costs of hydraulic fracturing in the Appalachians. Literature and Art | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Image: Princeton University Press Despite the promise of economic spinoffs for the Appalachians by the natural gas industry and the politicians who support it, the region has indeed overtaken the country in terms of job growth, personal income and population … economic impact, people living on land …

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What the autumn of German-speaking literature promises

Berlin (dpa) – The (Nobel Prize winners), cult filmmaker and renowned musician: The fall of German-speaking literature promises to be interesting. Werner Herzog surprises with a new novel, Herta Müller is also back at work. Readers can also expect news from book award winners Clemens Meyer and Julia Franck. What …

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A brief history of summer reading

When the days grow longer and the mercury begins to rise, the pounds appear. Pocket books smeared with sunscreen are stored in beach bags and backpacks, sprinkled on picnic tables and placed in the hollows of hammocks. Like their siblings the summer blockbuster and the summer song, they come: Summer …

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On the other side of the fence: poetry in motion

When was the last time you were in Gig Harbor, Washington? Seen everything? Absolutely ? Even the fun gnome quest that takes place in the area? Well, there is something new going on, and you might like to go out there and explore it, while having a nice and healthy …

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Interview: Hemant Divate, co-founder, Poetrywala

What is the origin of the idea behind the newly formed Poetrywala Foundation? Poetry publishing in India is a non-profit activity. It is a movement. It is in this perspective that I and Smruti became publishers. In Marathi, we took out magazines Abhidha (1992) then Abhidha Nantar (1998-2008). Abhidha Nantar …

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Eight State Literary Prize Winners Named

Eight Ohio authors – or authors who write on Ohio topics – were honored by the 2021 Ohioana Book Awards. The awards, first awarded in 1942, are among the oldest state literary prizes in the country. The awards ceremony, tentatively scheduled to be an in-person event, is scheduled for Oct. …

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Try a snack of cicada or worms | Columns

To date, I haven’t heard a single reader who has had the courage to try my cicada recipe as suggested in the poem Brood X Tempura which was published in this column on July 9. In some cultures, these creatures would be considered delicacies and enterprising chefs. probably would have …

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Poetry inspires group healing | News24

Cindy Jacobs and Toni Erasmus. While Sunsets and waterfalls (S&W) may be an unpretentious name for the mind-boggling content hidden within this book of poetry, its writers who hail from the southern Cape suburbs say it’s sure to inspire healing in communities where it’s needed most. Toni Erasmus and Cindy …

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CMSF High School Awards Day Winners

CARRIER MILLS – Carrier Mills-Stonefort High School held its awards day on May 24th. • Ms. Craig, professor of journalism and sponsor of the student newspaper, presented awards to Madison Murphy and Emma Odum for the co-editor’s award for the student newspaper, The Echo. Emmalee Fly and Savannah Stone won …

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Festival Logo Design Contest – Henley Standard

CHILDREN and young people are invited to design the logo for next year’s Henley Youth Festival. The winning design will appear on all print and digital literature relating to the event, which will be held in March. It will also feature prominently on the festival’s website, at performances and in …

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POETRY: Learning the lyrics | South Seattle Emerald

by Tamara Vining I finally learned the lyricsat 53“About the weather”whispered a line of specters(first in line was Csh’rie) tell meif you knowall lyrics, all songsall bands, all musicin the world I would like this job when the music comes back to meand i can seeand hear againand everything makes …

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Chinese Online Literature Writes New Chapters Abroad

Chongqing, July 18 (Xinhua) -With the rapid development of Chinese literature online, Chinese online novels have created a huge fan base abroad. Jiong Jiong You Yao, 32, is one of the most popular online writers in the Chinese urban romance genre. His novel fascinated many loyal foreign fans. “My novels …

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Bila Hudood, an online Arabic literature festival, transcends borders

Classical Arab writers and poets like Al-Mutanabbi could not have imagined that centuries later, writers would discuss their masterpieces live with an international audience. Thanks to technology, a global audience was recently able to access a recent Arab Literature Festival called “Bila Hudood: Arab Literature Everywhere”. Bila Hudood – the …

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Cuts: Everyone Should Read Sufi Poetry

Language has magic. Right now, much of his power is directed towards evil. Much of the English language has been coiled, hammered and modeled around colonialism. Our stories are heavy with capitalist urgency and linear treatment, our metaphors are full of violence. The heteronormative curvature of our languages ​​means that …

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Apple’s massive bet on the iPhone 13

Apple’s iPhone 12 family has sparked a second sales “super cycle” as consumers rush to buy an iPhone with 5G capability. And Apple is betting that this demand will continue for another year. Write for Bloomberg, Debby Wu and Marc Gurman note the increase in the iPhone 13 backlog: “Apple …

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International Booker Prize: judges for next year announced

As the 2022 International Booker Prize opens for nominations, the judges for the coveted prize have been announced. This time around, the names include writer and critic Merve Emre, actor Mel Giedroyc, lawyer Petina Gappah and translator Jeremy Tiang. It will be chaired by Frank Wynne, making it the first …

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“Maidan was the best time of my life:” meet Andriy Lyubka, the rising star of Ukrainian literature – The Calvert Journal

Carbide, Lyubka’s 2015 hit, takes place shortly after the revolution. It was shortlisted for the BBC Ukraine Book of the Year 2015 award, one of the country’s most prestigious literary awards. The English translation of Reilly Costigan Humes and Isaac Stackhouse Wheeler’s novel was recently released by Jantar in 2020; …

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