Poetry

March 01 2021

It has been decades since Kalamazoo Metro Transit bus riders have been treated to poetry on buses’ overhead placards, but riders are soon

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March 01 2020

Many sirens inspired Margaret DeRitter’s new book, Singing Back to the Sirens.

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March 01 2019

Four Michigan poets, including Encore’s

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November 01 2018

It all started with a son’s simple questions: “Have you ever heard of Johnny Appleseed? Was he real, Mom?”

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August 01 2018

Kalamazoo poet Diane Seuss was staying in a hotel in Portland, Maine, in April 2016 when she received a text from her editor that she was

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April 01 2018

For two years, Allison Kennedy has been the executive director of Fire Historical and Cultural Arts Collaborative, a Kalamazoo youth spac

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February 24 2018

Award-winning poet, essayist and activist for immigrant rights Marcelo Hernandez Castillo will give a reading of his work at 7 p.m.

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May 01 2017

Many people have noted to poet Elizabeth Kerlikowske that she has the same sort of “skewed sense of humor” as painter and fellow Kalamazo

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March 31 2017

You don’t need rhyme or reason to partake in a weekend of poetry.

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January 30 2017

A collaborative project involving more than 50 area artists and writers that has been over a year in the making debuts to the public this

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