Tag Archives: poetry

Letter
June 28, 2017

Vermont poetry vs. money

Dear Editor,

Old River Road, Woodstock … fabled with antiquity … with love

laughing water her companion attacked for a view

along with the out of turn bull frogs, singing peepers, trout, foxes, raccoon, deer

… with birds, lightning bugs on and on …

Where…

Arts, Dining & Entertainment
February 1, 2017

PoemTown Randolph seeks submissions

Fourth annual celebration of poetry held in april, deadline is Feb. 10 RANDOLPH—PoemTown Randolph organizers are excited to announce the fourth annual celebration of poetry in Randolph throughout April, National Poetry month, and are seeking submissions from Vermont poets as the centerpiece of the month-long…

Column
August 24, 2016

Singing a different tune

By Laurie Morrissey Birdsong has always fascinated humans. Besides waking some of us up a wee bit too early in the morning, it has inspired musical compositions and immortal poetry. It has produced lush descriptions, like those of the early 1900s field guide author F….