Vermont Poetry Newsletter · October 30 2010



[The Vermont Poetry Newsletter is not issued by me but by Ron Lewis, by whose permission I post this. PLEASE NOTE: I have edited his newsletter so that links are provided rather than text. If I cannot find a link, I will either omit the relevant portion of the newsletter to avoid copyright violations, or I will provide an alternate link. Please contact Ron Lewis if you would like to receive his Newsletter in full. All images are linked.]

Vermont Poetry Newsletter

Your Poetry & Spoken Word Gateway
In The Green Mountain State

October 29, 2010 (Previous issue: 09/18)

In This Issue:

  1. About VPN/How To Print
  2. Newsletter Editor’s Note
  3. Writing Assignment/Suggestion/Exercise/Prompt
  4. A Reading: Seven Champlain Valley Poets
  5. A Reading: Tim Mayo and April Ossmann
  6. Was Shakespeare Mary Sidney?
  7. The Joe Milford Poetry Show – Audio Archive
  8. Galway Kinnell NPR Interview
  9. Poetry Workshop Quote
  10. Invitation to Vermont Poets – Leonard Gibbs Offer
  11. Revision Strategies and Exercises
  12. Ralph Nading Hill Writing Contest (Nov 15 Deadline)
  13. Joni B. Cole/Julia Shipley Workshops
  14. New Open Mic Venue: The Block Gallery in Winooski
  15. New Facebook/Twitter Addresses for David Budbill
  16. Queen City Review: Fall Issue Now Available
  17. Ginsberg’s Howl to Franco’s Ginsberg
  18. Poetry Workshop With James Fowler (Bellows Falls)
  19. Poems for Peace: Building a Collection
  20. Virginia Quarterly Review Staffer Dies By Own Hand
  21. VQR Audit: No Bullying on Record
  22. Halloween Poems
  23. Letters From a Young Poet: Ted Berrigan
  24. Book Review: Vinland, By Jamie Ross
  25. A Dust-Up Over Reading Fees
  26. “Ashes to Ashes” Origin
  27. Collective Nouns/Venereal Terms
  28. Great Poetry Links: South African Poetry
  29. Poetry Quote – Ron Carlson
  30. Failbetter Poem
  31. Linebreak Poem
  32. American Life in Poetry Poems
  33. US Poets Laureate List
  34. Vermont Poet Laureates
  35. US Poet Laureates From Vermont
  36. New Hampshire Poet Laureates
  37. US Poet Laureates From New Hampshire
  38. Contact Info for Publisher of VPN: Ron Lewis
  39. Vermont Literary Journals
  40. Vermont Literary Groups’ Anthologies
  41. Vermont Poetry Blogs
  42. State Poetry Society (PSOV)
  43. Year-Round Poetry Workshops in Vermont
  44. Other Poetry Workshops in Vermont
  45. Year-Round Poetry Writing Centers in Vermont
  46. Other Writing Groups in Vermont
  47. Poetry Event Calendar

1.) About the Vermont Poetry Newsletter Network

The Vermont Poetry Newsletter Network is made up of people of all backgrounds, ages and skills who appreciate the craft of poetry and want to promote it in the beautiful state of Vermont. The network consists of a free e-mail list, an eventual web site, workshops, open mics, poetry performances and other literary events.  The network provides opportunities to meet local poets, talk about and enjoy poetry, and motivate and inspire yourself in whatever writing projects you are involved.

The mission of the Vermont Poetry Newsletter is to foster the poetry arts community in the Green Mountain State. Its goals are to serve as a resource for and about VT poets; to support the development of individual poets; and to encourage an audience for poetry in Vermont.

Dating from 2009, the Vermont Poetry Newsletters are being archived on a blog maintained by poet Patrick Gillespie at Poemshape.

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Vermont Poetry Newsletter · September 18 2010



[The Vermont Poetry Newsletter is not issued by me but by Ron Lewis, by whose permission I post this. PLEASE NOTE: I have edited his newsletter so that links are provided rather than text. If I cannot find a link, I will either omit the relevant portion of the newsletter to avoid copyright violations, or I will provide an alternate link. Please contact Ron Lewis if you would like to receive his Newsletter in full. All images are linked.]

Vermont Poetry Newsletter

Your Poetry & Spoken Word Gateway
In The Green Mountain State

September 18, 2010 (Previous issue: 07/14) – In This Issue:

  1. About VPN/How To Print
  2. Newsletter Editor’s Note
  3. A Note from PoemShape
  4. Writing Assignment/Suggestion/Exercise/Prompt
  5. Save Ink and Cash, Go Century Gothic!
  6. Poet Galway Kinnell
  7. 2010 Burlington Book Festival
  8. 2010 Brattleboro Literary Festival
  9. Middlebury Poetry Workshop, Gary Margolis
  10. Jeffrey M. Bernstein’s New Book: Interior Music
  11. Dinner with Norman Dubie
  12. Vermont Poem by Norman Dubie
  13. Poet Profile: Norman Dubie
  14. Poetry Workshop @ Village Square Booksellers
  15. Poetry as Anthropology
  16. Quibbles.org
  17. New Book by Geof Hewitt
  18. Book Review: The Best American Poetry 2010
  19. Book Review: Donald Hall’s next book, Interlude
  20. Poetry Citizenship and Reading Fees
  21. Crazyhorse Quick-Quote Contest Results
  22. Impressing the Prospective Boss (Memorize a poem!)
  23. Blank Verse Definition
  24. Ponderings: All Things Kerouac
  25. Poetry Quote – Percy Shelley
  26. Failbetter Poem
  27. Linebreak Poem
  28. Copper Canyon Press Poem
  29. American Life in Poetry Poems
  30. US Poets Laureate List
  31. Vermont Poet Laureates
  32. US Poet Laureates From Vermont
  33. New Hampshire Poet Laureates
  34. US Poet Laureates From New Hampshire
  35. Contact Info for Publisher of VPN: Ron Lewis
  36. Vermont Literary Journals
  37. Vermont Literary Groups’ Anthologies
  38. Vermont Poetry Blogs
  39. State Poetry Society (PSOV)
  40. Year-Round Poetry Workshops in Vermont
  41. Other Poetry Workshops in Vermont
  42. Year Around Poetry Writing Centers in Vermont
  43. Poetry Event Calendar

1.) About the Vermont Poetry Newsletter Network

The Vermont Poetry Newsletter Network is made up of people of all backgrounds, ages and skills who appreciate the craft of poetry and want to promote it in the beautiful state of Vermont. The network consists of a free e-mail list, an eventual web site, workshops, open mics, poetry performances and other literary events.  The network provides opportunities to meet local poets, talk about and enjoy poetry, and motivate and inspire yourself in whatever writing projects you are involved.

The mission of the Vermont Poetry Newsletter is to foster the poetry arts community in the Green Mountain State. Its goals are to serve as a resource for and about VT poets; to support the development of individual poets; and to encourage an audience for poetry in Vermont.

2.) Dear Friends of Poetry:

As you may be aware, the Vermont Poetry Newsletter & Poetry Event Calendar is now archived on Patrick Gillespie’s poetry blog Poemshape. This way, you can go back and find interesting items that I brought to your attention, long after they’ve been delivered to you the first time around. An index would also be helpful, so perhaps you might see that tool in a few years.

Well, Bread Loaf is over with and I’m already feeling the withdrawal of live poetry from my life. At least I have many additional poetry books in my library that I hope to read through by this time next year; I have more than enough books for my lifetime, but my fantasy with them is intense. I hope to someday establish a Vermont’s Poets House located in Brandon or Middlebury which will be an entrée into the ageless, borderless conversation that is poetry, so that everyone who has an interest can experience the breadth and diversity of poetry.

Ron Lewis
VPN Publisher
247-5913

3.) Dear Friends of PoemShape:

Yours truly,  Patrick Gillespie, author of PoemShape, will be giving a poetry reading (and discussing poetry) on the evening of September 28th, at Left Bank Books, Hanover, New Hampshire.


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Vermont Poetry Newsletter • August 17 2010

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[The Vermont Poetry Newsletter is not issued by me but by Ron Lewis, by whose permission I post this. PLEASE NOTE: I have edited his newsletter so that links are provided rather than text. If I cannot find a link, I will either omit the relevant portion of the newsletter to avoid copyright violations, or I will provide an alternate link. Please contact Ron Lewis if you would like to receive his Newsletter in full. All images are linked.]

Vermont Poetry Newsletter

Your Poetry & Spoken Word Gateway
In The Green Mountain State

August 17, 2010 (Previous issue: 06/08) – In This Issue:

  1. About VPN/How To Print
  2. Newsletter Editor’s Note
  3. Writing Assignment/Suggestion/Exercise/Prompt
  4. Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference Schedule of Events
  5. ”I Write Like” Writing Analyzer
  6. Lucia Perillo
  7. 2010 Burlington Book Festival
  8. 2010 Brattleboro Literary Festival
  9. Morrie Yohai, 90
  10. Middlebury Poetry Workshop, Gary Margolis
  11. Poetry Pairings
  12. The Bowery Poetry Club and Café
  13. Workshop Slamchops
  14. Jane Hirshfield Interview
  15. Quibbles.org
  16. New Book by Geof Hewitt
  17. Book Review: Rachel Hadas
  18. Book Review: Frederick Seidel, “ A Poet of Great Innocence”
  19. Lilliput Review Chapbooks
  20. 17 Literary Journals That Might Survive the Internet
  21. Ponderings: Comedic Poetry
  22. Poetry Quote – Anaïs Nin
  23. Failbetter Poem
  24. Linebreak Poem
  25. Copper Canyon Press Poem
  26. American Life in Poetry Poems
  27. US Poets Laureate List
  28. Vermont Poet Laureates
  29. US Poet Laureates From Vermont
  30. New Hampshire Poet Laureates
  31. US Poet Laureates From New Hampshire
  32. Contact Info for Publisher of VPN: Ron Lewis
  33. Vermont Literary Journals
  34. Vermont Literary Groups’ Anthologies
  35. Vermont Poetry Blogs
  36. State Poetry Society (PSOV)
  37. Year-Round Poetry Workshops in Vermont
  38. Other Poetry Workshops in Vermont
  39. Year-Round Poetry Writing Centers in Vermont
  40. Poetry Event Calendar

1.) About the Vermont Poetry Newsletter Network

The Vermont Poetry Newsletter Network is made up of people of all backgrounds, ages and skills who appreciate the craft of poetry and want to promote it in the beautiful state of Vermont. The network consists of a free e-mail list, an eventual web site, workshops, open mics, poetry performances and other literary events.  The network provides opportunities to meet local poets, talk about and enjoy poetry, and motivate and inspire yourself in whatever writing projects you are involved.

The mission of the Vermont Poetry Newsletter is to foster the poetry arts community in the Green Mountain State.  Its goals are to serve as a resource for and about VT poets; to support the development of individual poets; and to encourage an audience for poetry in Vermont.
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Vermont Poetry Newsletter • July 14 2010

[The Vermont Poetry Newsletter is not issued by me but by Ron Lewis, by whose permission I post this. PLEASE NOTE: I have edited his newsletter so that links are provided rather than text. If I cannot find a link, I will either omit the relevant portion of the newsletter to avoid copyright violations, or I will provide an alternate link. Please contact Ron Lewis if you would like to receive his Newsletter in full. All images are linked.]

Vermont Poetry Newsletter

Your Poetry & Spoken Word Gateway
In The Green Mountain State

July 14, 2010 (Previous issue: 06/08) – In This Issue:

  1. About VPN/How To Print
  2. Newsletter Editor’s Note
  3. Writing Assignment/Suggestion/Exercise/Prompt
  4. M.S. Merwin Selected as Next U.S. Poet Laureate
  5. M.S. Merwin
  6. 2 New Writing Workshops; April Ossmann & Joni Cole
  7. Poetry Book List for Vermont College of Fine Arts
  8. Poets @ Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference 2010
  9. 2010 Burlington Book Festival
  10. 2010 Brattleboro Literary Festival
  11. Tal Birdsey’s Writings for North Branch School
  12. The Salon: A New Lit Magazine
  13. Route Seven: A New Lit Magazine
  14. Does the Beat Go On? Beat Culture Survived the Beats
  15. Stanley Kunitz on PBS TV
  16. Quibbles.org
  17. New Book by Geof Hewitt
  18. Poetry in Astronomy
  19. Collecting the Relics of a Poetic Year
  20. Ponderings: Small Press Best Sellers List
  21. Poetry Quote – Leonard Cohen
  22. Failbetter Poem
  23. Linebreak Poem
  24. Copper Canyon Press Poem
  25. American Life in Poetry Poems
  26. US Poets Laureate List
  27. Vermont Poet Laureates
  28. US Poet Laureates From Vermont
  29. New Hampshire Poet Laureates
  30. US Poet Laureates From New Hampshire
  31. Contact Info for Publisher of VPN: Ron Lewis
  32. Vermont Literary Journals
  33. Vermont Literary Groups’ Anthologies
  34. Vermont Poetry Blogs
  35. State Poetry Society (PSOV)
  36. Year-Round Poetry Workshops in Vermont
  37. Other Poetry Workshops in Vermont
  38. Year-Round Poetry Writing Centers in Vermont
  39. Poetry Event Calendar

1.) About the Vermont Poetry Newsletter Network

The Vermont Poetry Newsletter Network is made up of people of all backgrounds, ages and skills who appreciate the craft of poetry and want to promote it in the beautiful state of Vermont. The network consists of a free e-mail list, an eventual web site, workshops, open mics, poetry performances and other literary events.  The network provides opportunities to meet local poets, talk about and enjoy poetry, and motivate and inspire yourself in whatever writing projects you are involved.

The mission of the Vermont Poetry Newsletter is to foster the poetry arts community in the Green Mountain State. Its goals are to serve as a resource for and about VT poets; to support the development of individual poets; and to encourage an audience for poetry in Vermont. Continue reading

Vermont Poetry Newsletter • March 25 2010

[The Vermont Poetry Newsletter is not issued by me but by Ron Lewis, by whose permission I post this. PLEASE NOTE: I have edited his newsletter so that links are provided rather than text. If I cannot find a link, I will either omit the relevant portion of the newsletter to avoid copyright violations, or I will provide an alternate link. Please contact Ron Lewis if you would like to receive his Newsletter in full. All images are linked.]


Vermont Poetry Newsletter


Your Poetry & Spoken Word Gateway in the Green Mountain State
March 25, 2010 (Previous issue: 02/17) – In This Issue:

  1. About VPN
  2. Newsletter Editor’s Note
  3. Writing Assignment/Suggestion/Exercise/Prompt
  4. The Salon – A New Vermont Literary Magazine
  5. All Things Kunitz
  6. David Barber, The Atlantic’s Poetry Editor
  7. Panhala: Where Poetry and Picture Capture Laughter
  8. David Budbill Poem
  9. Burlington Poetry Journal Update
  10. PSOV Spring Luncheon, Featuring Baron Wormser
  11. A Surge of Language, By Baron Wormser and David Cappella
  12. Intro Prize in Poetry, Four Way Books
  13. 2010 Indiana Review Poetry Prize
  14. Kay Ryan’s Latest Book: The Best Of It
  15. A Poet Who Doesn’t Do Lofty: Tina Chang
  16. 40 Poems That T.S. Eliot Wanted to Hide
  17. Celebrated Poet and OSU Professor Ai Ogawa Dies
  18. Blog Memoriam to Ai Ogawa
  19. Huu Loan, Vietnamese Poet Dies
  20. Did You Know? Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference
  21. Ponderings: 2010 Olympic Games Opens With Poem
  22. Poetry Quote – C.K. Williams (Plus Article)
  23. Failbetter Poem
  24. Linebreak Poem
  25. American Life in Poetry Poems
  26. US Poets Laureate List
  27. Vermont Poet Laureates
  28. US Poet Laureates From Vermont
  29. New Hampshire Poet Laureates
  30. US Poet Laureates From New Hampshire
  31. Contact Info for Publisher of VPN: Ron Lewis
  32. Vermont Literary Journals
  33. Vermont Literary Groups’ Anthologies
  34. Vermont Poetry Blogs
  35. State Poetry Society (PSOV)
  36. Year-Round Poetry Workshops in Vermont
  37. Other Poetry Workshops in Vermont
  38. Year-Round Poetry Writing Centers in Vermont
  39. Other Writing Groups in Vermont
  40. Poetry Event Calendar

Newsletter Editor’s Note

1.) About the Vermont Poetry Newsletter Network

The Vermont Poetry Newsletter Network is made up of people of all backgrounds, ages and skills who appreciate the craft of poetry and want to promote it in the beautiful state of Vermont. The network consists of a free e-mail list, an eventual web site, workshops, open mics, poetry performances and other literary events. The network provides opportunities to meet local poets, talk about and enjoy poetry, and motivate and inspire yourself in whatever writing projects you are involved.

The mission of the Vermont Poetry Newsletter is to foster the poetry arts community in the Green Mountain State. Its goals are to serve as a resource for and about VT poets; to support the development of individual poets; and to encourage an audience for poetry in Vermont.

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