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Poets United Anthology By Robert Lloyd
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The Poetry Pantry, independent and unaffiliated, is an international poetry anthology published annually or biannually by Poets United, an online poetry blog community. It is run entirely by its... More > community participants under the guidance of its founder Robert Lloyd. The Poetry Pantry features poetry, prose and art submitted and approved by the members of Poets United. Poets United is a community for poets who blog. Our purpose is to unite poets, from all walks of life, who are found in the blogosphere. As the internet expands and along with it the art of poetry, our goal is to provide an active and supportive community for those poets who wish to share and hone their craft. In this anthology you will see just a small sampling of the talent that can be found at Poets United.< Less
Poets United Anthology By Robert Lloyd
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The Poetry Pantry, independent and unaffiliated, is an international poetry anthology published annually or biannually by Poets United, an online poetry blog community. It is run entirely by its... More > community participants under the guidance of its founder Robert Lloyd. The Poetry Pantry features poetry, prose and art submitted and approved by the members of Poets United. Poets United is a community for poets who blog. Our purpose is to unite poets, from all walks of life, who are found in the blogosphere. As the internet expands and along with it the art of poetry, our goal is to provide an active and supportive community for those poets who wish to share and hone their craft. In this anthology you will see just a small sampling of the talent that can be found at Poets United.< Less
The Night School Poets: An Anthology Of Mismatched Poets By Grady Jaye
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The Night School Poets are an eclectic group made up of odd-bods, united by a common goal. A desire to write poetry. We met at the “Write an Anthology of Poetry in a Year”, course in... More > West Yorkshire. Ranging in age from thirteen to we’d rather not say, the nine regular participants were from all stages and walks of life. Some of us already had experience of writing our own poetry, for others it was their first fearful foray. By the end of the course we had produced original poems that we are proud of. This collection is a sample of our work. In celebration of the individualism and uniqueness of the personalities themselves, the poems reflect the many forms and genres that we explored on the course. They take inspiration from art, music, urbanism and landscape. They reflect themes and experiences that are pertinent and personal to each writer.< Less
VERSES TYPHOON YOLANDA: A Storm of Filipino Poets By Eileen Tabios
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This is a book about a destructive typhoon named Yolanda, or Haiyan, which caused massive damage to the Philippines in November, 2013. This is a sprawling book of poems in English, Filipino, Cebuano,... More > Waray, Hiligaynon. This is a book by poets who teach, poets who study, a poet who drives a tricycle for a living, poets who work for NGOs, poets who are school children. This is a book by 133 Filipino poets who live in the Philippines, the United States, Britain, the Netherlands, South Africa, elsewhere. What is diaspora but the aftermath of storm? All profits from this book will be donated to relief organizations. “Aid is art,” writes Simeon Dumdum, Jr. Now art will aid survivors of the storm. —Susan M. Schultz, poet and editor of Tinfish< Less
West Vine Press Sampler #3 By Various Writers & Poets
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West Vine Press Sampler #3. Ten writers from around the United States. Ten samples of full books. Ten voices. The current condition of existence. 2016. 104 pages.
Entering the Real World: VCCA Poets on Mt. San Angelo By Editor Margaret B. Ingraham & Editor Andrea Carter Brown
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"Entering the Real World: VCCA Poets on Mt. San Angelo", edited by Margaret B. Ingraham and Andrea Carter Brown, is a labor of love by poets who have been to VCCA and by the Fellows'... More > Council to celebrate VCCA's 40th Anniversary. It contains over sixty previously published poems by VCCA Fellows, all written about or inspired by their residencies at VCCA. The poets are from throughout the United States, around the world—and across the decades. Kelly Cherry, Poet Laureate of Virginia, describes "Entering the Real World" as, "this splendid, intriguing anthology." Editor Margaret B. Ingraham writes, "This anthology is at once a work of literary merit, a celebratory offering, and an historical record of a hallowed place."< Less
The Met Speaks: English 9 Workshop 3 Poem Anthology By Jed Miller & English 9 Workshop 3 Students
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This work was created at Met Sacramento High School as part of a poetry unit in English 9. These poems reflect young poets learning to speak in their own voices while learning of the dynamic nature... More > of poetry.< Less
The Met Speaks: English 9 Workshop 2 Poem Anthology By Jed Miller & English 9 Workshop 2 Students
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This work was created by students at Met Sacramento High School as part of a poetry unit for English 9. These poems represent young poets seeking their voices as they learn about the dynamic nature... More > of the poetic form.< Less
The Met Speaks: English 9 Workshop 1 Poem Anthology By Jed Miller & English 9 Workshop 1 Students
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This work is a collection of poems created for a poetry unit at Met Sacramento High School in English 9. These poems reflect young poets seeking their voices while learning about the dynamic nature... More > of poetry.< Less
HAY(NA)KU 15 By Eileen R. Tabios
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Fifteen years after its debut in 2003, the hay(na)ku continues to find a home in the writings of poets around the world. This 15th year anniversary anthology presents 128 poets and translators from... More > 13 countries: Australia, Canada, England, Finland, India, Luxembourg, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Poland, Scotland, Thailand, and United States. Poems are presented in eight languages: English, Filipino, Finnish, Hindi, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, and Spanish. The Spanish poems include an all-Spanish section translating poems from the now out-of-print The First Hay(na)ku Anthology—a project that came out of the Poetry and Translation Seminar at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. The hay(na)ku’s international expanse befits its conceptualization by inventor Eileen R. Tabios as a “Filipino (but) diasporic form.”   < Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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