Goldenarticles articles

Savage nature: the life of ted hughes - poetry


One of the most critical poets of the post-war period, Edward James Hughes (1930-1998), was drawn towards the primitive. He was enthralled by the beauty of the artless world, often portraying its cruel and savage humor in his work as a consideration of his own delicate distress and mystic beliefs - committed that avant-garde man had lost touch with the elemental side of his nature.

Born in Mytholmroyd, a aloof mill town in West Yorkshire, Ted (as he was known to his acquaintances and family) was enormously pretentious by the austere upland landscape of his childhood, and also by his father's vivid memories of the violence of channel warfare. Indeed, his father, who was then a carpenter, was one of only seventeen men from his contingent to have survived at Gallipoli at some point in the First World War.

At the age of seven his category moved to Mexborough (also in Yorkshire), where his parents opened a stationery and tobacco shop. Here he attended the local grammar school, where he first began to write poetry - customarily chilling verses about Zulus and cowboys - ahead of doing two years' citizen advantage in the Royal Air Force. He later won a erudition to Pembroke College, Cambridge, where he happening conception English Prose but switched to archaeology and anthropology, subjects that were a major affect on the change of his poetic awareness. Here he wrapped up himself in the works of Shakespeare, W. B. Yeats and read Robert Graves's "The White Goddess" (1948).

Following his graduation in 1954, he moved to London, where he had a amount of appealing jobs, as well as zoo keeping, agriculture and lettering comprehension for J. Arthur Rank. He also had quite a few of his poems available in academic world magazines. In 1956 he and some Cambridge associates on track up a literary journal called St. Botolph's Review. It lasted for only one issue but at the introductory party Ted met his hope wife, the then indefinite American poet, Sylvia Plath.

Much has been on paper about the Hughes/Plath connection since that first crucial meeting, but few can doubt that these two brilliantly creative citizens were enormously attracted to one another, just about from the instant they were first introduced. In just a few short months they were married and breathing in the USA, where Hughes qualified English and creative journalism at the Academe of Massachusetts in Amherst. And already the year was out, he had won an American poetry competition, judged by W. H. Auden, Sir Stephen Payer and Marianne Moore. Hughes once said of this at ease period:

"We would write poetry every day. It was all we were concerned in, all we ever did. " - Ted Hughes

Plath assisted him with the homework of his first collection, The Hawk in the Rain (1957), a work that was quite extraordinary in its behavior of artless subjects. He chronic to live in America for the next few years, being in part supported by a Guggenheim Foundation grant, already inveterate to England in 1959. He then went on to win the Somerset Maugham award and the Hawthornden prize for his agree with book, "Luperca"l (1960); confirming his reputation as one of the most critical poets of the post-war period.

The next few years of Ted's life have since develop into the area of interest of much biographical speculation. However, the clean facts are that he and Plath had two offspring and moved to Devon in 1961. Their marriage ceremony began to collapse abruptly thereafter and Hughes happening an event with Assia Wevill. He split from Plath and she committed suicide in her London flat in 1963. In 1969 Wevill also killed herself and their child. He married Carol Copse in 1970 and spent the rest of his life difficult to care for his and Plath's brood from the media. Hughes in print only children's poetry and prose in the years subsequent the death of his first wife.

His next major work was "Wodwo" (1967), which took its title from a appeal in the medieval romance "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight", and highlighted his greater than ever appeal in mythology. He travelled to Iran in 1971, where he wrote the verse/drama "Orghast" in an false language. Some of his other collections bring in "Crow" (1970), "Cave Birds" (1975), "Season Songs" (1976), "Gaudete" (a long poem on fecundity rites, 1977), "Moortown" (1979), "Remains of Elmet" (1979) and "River" (1983).

Hughes was also one of the originators of the Arvon Foundation and was awarded an OBE in 1977. In 1984 he was appointed Poet Laureate and went on to advertise "Rain-Charm for the Duchy and other Laureate Poems" (1992). Then in 1995 he cool, calm and collected a poem about Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, for her 95th birthday, likening her to a six-rooted tree. He also wrote many reviews and essays, some of which were calm in "Shakespeare and the Idol of Accomplished Being" (1992), "A Comedian to God: Compliment to T. S. Eliot" (1992) and "Winter Pollen: Intermittent Prose" (1994). In adding to all this he also wrote many breathtaking plays and books for children, as well as his remarkable fantasy "The Iron Man". And when, just months ahead of his death, Hughes on the loose "Birthday Letters", a assortment of poems about his life with Sylvia Plath, it became an burning runaway success all the way through the English dialogue world and was broadly praised for its baking honesty.

Ted Hughes died of canker on 28th October 1998, having just been appointed to the Order of Merit. Andrew Gesticulate followed him as Britain's Poet Laureate.

About The Author

Paula is a irregular essayist who has contributed articles, reviews and essays to many publications on subjects such as literature, travel, culture, description and civilized issues. She lives in North Wales, is a staff journalist for Apsaras Appraisal and the editor of two accepted online guides. You can read her rsum at: http://www. paula-bardell. com.

paula-bardell@freelance-worker. com

The XFL’s Team Introductions Are the Most Affecting Poetry Ever Written  Slate

The XFL will be back next year, and we now have the names to prove it. On Wednesday, the league unveiled the eight squads participating in the rebooted ...

Without poetry, a city has no soul

Since the early '90s, San Antonio has been a haven for poets and freethinkers. Even before the infectious Canto Al Pueblo poetry sessions that peppered the ...

The poetry of James Matthew Wilson, a storyteller of spiritual anxiety  Angelus News

Can our age speak of tragedy / Anymore? Or is comedy / The only plot left in the room?” The poetry of James Matthew Wilson asks questions worth pondering ...

The First Native American U.S. Poet Laureate on How Poetry Can Counter Hate  TIME

Joy Harjo, the first Native American U.S. poet laureate, tells TIME about her new book, 'An American Sunrise,' and the state of poetry.

Ode to the poem: why memorising poetry still matters for human connection  The Conversation AU

Memorising poetry is a kind of long-term investment. To take a poem with us so we can truly know it, we must know it by heart.

“Poetry Enhances The Joy Of Reading The Bible”  Mesquite Local News

Posted by Teri Nehrenz | Aug 23, 2019 | Church News / Directory, Top Stories | 0. “Poetry Enhances The Joy Of Reading The Bible”. By Travis Lauterbach.

5 Skokie students win Gwendolyn Brooks Youth Poetry awards  Chicago Tribune

Five students from Skokie were recognized this month for their way with words when they were named winners at the annual Gwendolyn Brooks Youth Poetry ...

Joy Harjo’s stunning new collection and other best poetry collections this month  The Washington Post

If you read only one book of poems this summer, make it “An American Sunrise” (Norton) by Joy Harjo, the first Native American to be named U.S. poet laureate.

Cenap Şahabettin: Pioneer of Turkish symbolic poetry  Daily Sabah

One of the first pioneers who brought the psychology of the self to the lines of poetry, Cenap Şahabettin contributed to renewing the path of Turkish lyric poetry ...

This New Book Shows The Poetic Side Of Science  Forbes

The book "A Sonnet To Science" highlights the creative side of research by profiling six scientists who also write poetry. From Ada Lovelace to Miroslav Holub, ...

New & Noteworthy Poetry From James Tate, Jana Prikryl and More  The New York Times

A selection of recent poetry books; plus, a peek at what our colleagues around the newsroom are reading.

This thread about a woman reading poetry to console a stranger is remarkable  The indy100

Poetry has gotten a bad rep over the years, but it turns out it can still help people in times of crisis. A woman, Agnes Frimston, posted to Twitter that she had ...

Eureka's Poet Laureate David Holper | A+E  North Coast Journal

Congratulations, Eureka, you have your first poet laureate. David Holper, a 61-year-old professor of English at College of the Redwoods and brave judge of the...

Poet Saida Dahir On 'The Walking Stereotype'  NPR

Eighteen-year-old Muslim Somali refugee Saida Dahir is an activist and hopes to inspire as a spoken word artist. Her debut poetry album is The Walking ...

'Friday Night Writes' offers an evening of paddling and poetry  St. Croix 360

Join St. Croix 360 editor Greg Seitz and the St. Croix River Association for late summer kayaking and writing on the river.

The Rhythmic Poetry of Laura Muensterer’s Debut Book freebird

To Laura Muensterer, poetry is the deconstruction of the human experience in all its glory; something young people can quite easily relate to.

Krishna: The enchanting pied piper of Urdu poetry  Big News Network

India has long been known for its Ganga-Jamuni tahzeeb or the syncretic culture where diverse religions especially Hindus and Muslims live in harmony to cr.

El Chante hosts poetry workshop on anger  UNM Daily Lobo

The colorful El Chante: Casa De Cultura on the southwest corner of Park Avenue and 8th Street is home to burqueño poets every first and third Tuesday of the ...

American Life in Poetry  Shawangunk Journal

NEW YORK – Let's hope that by the time this column appears all fires in California have been extinguished. I wanted to offer you a poem that shows us what that ...

State Poetry Champ to Attend UA in Fall  UANews

Before Edgardo Aguilar knew about the likes of William Yeats and Maya Angelou, he fell in love with the poetry of musical artists such as Tupac, Bob Dylan and ...

Opinion | Poetry is alive in Hamilton (I think)

It's here. I can smell it. Yes, poetry is alive in Hamilton, and it's permeating the air like the *fresh*-baked scent of Donut Monster.

Bookshop Vending Machines Distribute Poetry from Behind Bars  Nonprofit Quarterly

July 26, 2019; Star Tribune. When you turn the knob on the vending machine in a Minnesota bookstore, do not expect a gumball or little plastic toy. Instead, you'll ...

A new installation encourages people to read poetry

Write by the Rails (WbtR), the Prince William Chapter of the Virginia Writer's Club, is pleased to announce the launch of an area-wide poetry installation entitled ...

Poetry in motion  Otago Daily Times

Poet, fiction writer, and former Burns Fellow Sue Wootton reads poetry yesterday at an event to mark National Poetry Day, at The Link, a University of Otago ...

Portsmouth poet laureate launches program giving poetry books to newborns  Foster's Daily Democrat

Perhaps the most important thing parents can do to ready their child for school is to read to them regularly or read with them as they mature. It is vital to a child's ...

125 poets in lineup for weekend Boston Poetry Marathon

BOSTON (AP) — Ready, set, recite: The Boston Poetry Marathon is back. The annual event began Friday and runs through the weekend at the Community ...

Lee Bennett Hopkins, Champion of Poetry for Children, Dies at 81  The New York Times

Lee Bennett Hopkins, who in scores of anthologies he edited as well as in his own writings used poetry as a tool to teach and fire the imaginations of young ...

Poetry is for all the times in your life

OPINION: A poem expresses perfectly the things we feel deeply, but may not be able to put into words.

At age 101, this woman released her first collection of poems  The Washington Post

Sarah Yerkes was in her 90s when a friend invited her to try something new. A graduate of Harvard University's Graduate School of Design, Yerkes had had ...

The Case of the “Disappearing” Poet  The New Republic

Why did a white poet see the success of writers of color as a signal of his own demise?

New Book Captures the Poetry of Detroit's Musical Legacy  WDET

The Motor City is known for its historic music legacy — from Motown to blues, rock and techno — and now that culture will be captured in a new book of poetry.

Meet Colorado's New Poet Laureate  University of Denver

As his email signature will tell you, Bobby LeFebre is many things — word architect, performer and cultural worker, to name just a few. And as of July 23, he's ...

Eureka names first poet laureate  Eureka Times Standard

Eureka's first-ever poet laureate David Holper, a mainstay in College of the Redwoods' department of English, applied for the position because he feels the city ...

The healing power of poetry  AAMCNews

It beats like a heart, soothes emotional wounds, and builds life-giving connections. Rafael Campo, physician and award-winning author, prescribes poetry for ...

Poetry reading set Sunday at Grandma's Kitchen | Arts |  Walla Walla Union-Bulletin

Joshua Lew McDermott, Dennis Held and Mary Aparicio Castrejon will give a reading of their poetry at 6:30 p.m. Sunday in Grandma's Kitchen, 36 S. Colville St.

‘Does poetry have a gender issue?’  Irish Times

AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Email App Share to LinkedIn Share to Pinterest Share to Reddit Share to WhatsApp.

The best recent poetry – review roundup  The Guardian

Skin Can Hold by Vahni Capildeo, Anthony Anaxagorou's After the Formalities and The Tradition by Jericho Brown.

Taking poetic license in Oldsmar | News  Suncoast News

OLDSMAR — According to a 2012 Library of Congress article, “The responsibilities of Poets Laureate during their terms are not well understood because there ...

PODCAST: Literature and Poetry in the Biggest Little City  ThisisReno

Reno's creative arts generate millions of dollars in the local economy each year. That includes personal income, government revenues, and total jobs supported ...

Why Spoken Word Artist Regie Cabico Calls Himself an 'Accidental Poet'

The renowned slam poetry artist is performing at Smithsonian's Asian American Literature Festival in August and is featured in the latest Sidedoor podcast.

Nail Art, Poetry, and The North Face: Meet London's New Art Wave  Highsnobiety

For the relaunch of the 90s-era Denali fleece, Jess Young and Kai Isaiah Jamal are channeling the brand's history to explore their creative depths.

Natasha Trethewey, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poet, To Visit Bryan Sept. 20  The Chattanoogan

Critically acclaimed author, Natasha Trethewey, will visit Bryan College Sept. 20 to share her life journey and discuss her work with faculty, students, staff, and ...

Speaking Poetry with a Pathbreaking Poet Laureate  Washington Examiner

When Joy Harjo speaks, she does so poetically. “We're not trying to mean exactly here,” she says as she explains what distinguishes poetry from other types of ...

The Statue of Liberty, the 'Mending Wall,' and the politicization of poetry  Washington Examiner

When the Statue of Liberty stretches out its arms to the tired, the poor, and the huddled masses, it ought to have a few caveats, according to one Trump ...

The agony and the ecstasy -- a call for dogma to embrace poetry updated

As Eid al adha and Tisha b'av coincided this month and news from the Holy Land -- not to mention America -- seems as grim as ever, and extremists of all faiths ...

Walt Whitman Birthplace Association to host 'Poetry in Performance' - Entertainment  The Island Now

On Friday, Sept. 6 from 7 to 9 p.m., the Walt Whitman Birthplace Association will be presenting the ninth season of “Poetry in Performance: Walking with Whitman ...

Brexit poetry competition: Winner announced

Brexit poetry competition: Winner announced on Coffee House | The time has come to announce the winner of our much-lauded Brexit poetry competition.

New Book Showcases Scientific Ideas Through Poetry  Medical Daily

A new poetry book aims to show science's more creative side by featuring poems made by scientists as well as other information.

Valentino's Creative Director on Bringing His Poetic Vision to Fashion

Valentino creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli, the great thinker behind the Roman fashion house, looks to sculpture to inform his beautifully poetic vision.

Poetry: In This Perfect Moment  Adirondack Almanack

In This Perfect Moment. Let us sojourn, amid sentient, sentinel pines. Let us sit and pass the time, forgetting all care, Sharing our true natures, and smiling ...

National Poetry Day reading lists to feature YA reads  The Bookseller

YA-themed books will feature on this year's suggested reading lists to celebrate National Poetry Day on 3rd October. The Forward Arts Foundation, which ...

Writers celebrate national poetry day in NZ  RNZ

Rotuman academic Mere Taito says it's an exciting time to be a Pasifika poet in New Zealand.

Detroit's poetry community looks to reinforce foothold in city's future  The Neighborhoods

While many Detroiters believe the city can only progress with updates to infrastructure or an influx of business, Detroit's poetry community is asking that the ...

Poetry Friday: Crossing The Line, 'La Bestia'  KNAU Arizona Public Radio

'La Bestia', or 'The Beast', is the colloquial name for the freight trains that run through Mexico from Central America. Thousands of children ride atop.

Honoring Charles Bukowski: A working poet for the ages  An-Nahar

BEIRUT: Henry Charles Bukowski would have been 99 last Friday, and perhaps he might have become an elderly sage, but in reality, he was just as much a ...

'I want to blur that line': Student poet finds the sacred in the secular  The Daily Tar Heel

UNC senior Hanna Watson is bringing worlds together with her words and igniting a conversation on race relations.

Close to Home: Local Poets Get Personal

If all politics is local, perhaps all good poetry might be considered local, as well. Consider how setting and description flavor the Homestead poems...

Meet Bobby LeFebre, state's new poet laureate  Englewood Herald

For 100 years, Colorado has honored the power and connective potential of poetry, beginning when Gov. Oliver Shoup appointed Alice Polk Hill to the role of ...

Poems: the new bedtime ritual  The Hindu

What do you do when your child is too cool for bedtime stories? You opt for poetry.

David Eggleton named NZ Poet Laureate on Poetry Day  Otago Daily Times

Dunedin poet, writer, reviewer and former Burns Fellow David Eggleton has been appointed as the latest New Zealand Poet Laureate. He says the honour is ...

The Poetry Block Party Is Coming Back to Pilsen

On Saturday, July 28, the fourth annual Poetry Block Party kicks off at Pilsen's National Museum of Mexican Art for a day of readings, workshops, concerts, and ...

'I, too, sing America': readers share poetry to conquer hate  The Guardian

After four congresswomen faced racist attacks last week, we asked Guardian readers to share inspiring lines from poems and literature about overcoming hate.

2019 Fighting Words poetry workshops  Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

In spring 2019, the Pulitzer Center led Fighting Words poetry workshops for 800+ students in Chicago, Winston-Salem, and DC. Read a sampling of their work ...

Poets reflect on 10 years of open mic readings  Ocala

Come celebrate with Ancient City Poets as the group looks back on 10 years of hosting free poetry open mic readings in the nation's oldest city.The Ancient City ...

Weekend - Poet Brynn Saito To Read At Respite By The River  Valley Public Radio

For the Weekend, we're bringing you poetry from writer, poet, and Fresno State professor Brynn Saito. She'll be reading next Thursday at the San Joaquin.

Poetry Slam returns to Kathie’s Stage Door Pub during Manitowoc Art Slam weekend  Herald Times Reporter

MANITOWOC - On Sept. 21, the Lakeshore Artists Guild will present Poetry Slam: After Hours, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Kathie's Stage Door Pub in Manitowoc in ...

Poetry in the air during Judge Edwin Cameron’s send-off  Daily Maverick

Where in the world could an esteemed judge, a proudly gay man who lives openly with HIV, end 25 years of *service* with a declaration of love to his partner?

Cork electrician turns passion for poetry into wedding speech business  Irish Examiner

Former electrician Cormac Lally turned his passion for poetry into a business where he writes wedding speeches in verse, says Marjorie Brennan.

One of Richmond's favorite poets keeps hope alive in face of conflict  The Jewish News of Northern California

Poet Robert Lipton has witnessed violence in the Middle East — and in his East Bay hometown of Richmond. They are not the same, but both drive him to ...

Happy Krishna Janmashtami 2019: Shayari, Poetry & Poems to share on Sri Krishna Jayanti 2019  Gadget Freeks

Like other festivals, Janmashtami is one of the main festivals of India. Every year, it is celebrated a few days before the Durga Puja with a lot of joy and ...

Poetry, music to embrace historic Mary Olson Farm on Saturday, Aug. 24  Auburn Reporter

Poetry and music come to historic Mary Olson Farm on Saturday, Aug. 24. Everyone is welcome to the free program, Poets on the Farm, from 1 to 4 p.m., at the ...

Obituary: David Berman, Poet of Loss and the Beauty of Being Lost  Vanity Fair

The poet and musician, who died Wednesday at age 52, was an intimate companion to a generation of listeners—even if they never knew him.

They must campaign in poetry  The Washington Post

Then-New York Gov. Mario Cuomo famously said, “You campaign in poetry. You govern in prose.” Unfortunately, too many of the Democratic presidential ...

David Eggleton named new Poet Laureate  RNZ

The Dunedin poet, art critic and writer has been appointed as the next New Zealand Poet Laureate.

Young poets catch rhyming bug  Wairarapa Times Age

12:30 PM Saturday Aug 24, 2019. Young poets catch rhyming bug. Kahutara School pupils Josie Maddox, Evie Murray, and Riley Murray read their ...

Review: Out of Syllabus by Sumana Roy  Hindustan Times

There are *fresh* discoveries on every page of Out of Syllabus, Sumana Roy's debut collection of poetry.

Poetry Jam gives students a platform to share their voices  The Collegian

Nearly 100 students gathered around the North Gym on Aug. 20 at 7 p.m. in anticipation of Fresno State's first Poetry Jam of the fall semester. Poetry Jam is a ...

Pukapuka Talks: The Friday Poem salutes revival in New Zealand poetry

The anthology The Friday Poem: 100 New Zealand Poems will be discussed at a Pukapuka talk as part of the Nelson Art's Festival.  The Highland County Press

The UC Clermont College Poetry Series will welcome two authors to the college's Batavia campus this fall. Author Linwood Rumney will visit the coll.

Poetry Sunday: Wilderness Sarchild  WCAI

Wilderness Sarchild reads her poem, "It Was Like This: You Were Young."

Poet ethanol plants to consolidate jobs in Iowa  KETV Omaha

The owner of the company blames the Trump administration for allowing some refineries to not blend ethanol with gasoline as required under federal law.

The anti-clerical poet who inspired conversions to Catholicism  Catholic Herald Online

How should one evaluate the relationship of a poet with the Church, when his verse is either obscure or plainly hostile to organised religion?

Astro Poets New Podcast Is Astrology With Humor- Listen  Refinery29

Twitter's favorite astrologers, the Astro Poets, have launched a new podcast and you can listen here first.

Stellar Snow

Beneath pristine packs of southern snow. Echoes of a violent past lay scattered;. Lost amongst the landscape like fragments. Of half-remembered, ancient ...

Button Poetry Fans Are In Luck: Audiobooks Are Now Available  Book Riot

Spoken word and slam poetry have become increasingly popular in the last few years. They have captured readers' attention for their rawness and beauty and ...

'Poetry Is A Spiritual Language': Burlington Poet Rajnii Eddins  Vermont Public Radio

On an evening in late June, Burlington poet Rajnii Eddins stood at a podium at the Fletcher Free Library. He wore a sweatshirt printed with Malcolm X's face and ...

Local writer publishes collection of poetry | News  MyEasternShoreMD

CHESTERTOWN — As Lindsay Lusby prepared for last week's poetry reading, it was much like the multitude of readings that have passed through the Rose ...

Will H Ogilvie: How a Borders boy became a leading bush poet  BBC News

William Henry Ogilvie hailed from the Scottish Borders - but it was his evocation of the Australian outback that made his name as a poet. As the 150th ...

Celebrating the unifying power of poetry

Poetry crosses all boundaries, including age, gender, ethnicity and culture. Right now, it's hotter than hot, thanks to poetry royalty like Hera Lindsay Bird, ...

Glittering lines, fine lyricism and sharp wit in three new poetry collections  Irish Times

Poetry: New work from Vona Groarke, Maureen McLane and Gabriel FitzMaurice.

In Praise of Walt Whitman  National Review

When Walt Whitman published Leaves of Grass in 1855, it drew some savage reviews. The splenetic Rufus W. Griswold (famous for slandering the dead Edgar ...  Freepress Online

Thomaston Public Library's Annual Poetry Reading, sponsored by Martha Rhodes of Four Way Books, will be Tuesday, August 27, at 7 p.m. All are welcome to ...

Fun Facts About Omari Hardwick, the Actor from Starz's "Power"  Oprah Mag

Omari Hardwick, star of Power, started his career in football and moved on to take on roles in beloved shows like Being Mary Jane.

Marlowe and modern poetry at twilight during Open Cambridge  Cambridge Network

While Christopher Marlowe famously invites readers to “Come live with me and by my love”, Open Cambridge invites you to 'Come listen to me and be ...

From 'margins' to Poet Laureate  Otago Daily Times

Dunedin poet, writer, reviewer and former Burns Fellow David Eggleton has been appointed as the latest New Zealand Poet Laureate. This honour was ...

Brexiteers write poems to leaving the EU after getting offended that poet laureate won't  The New European

Brexiteers have started writing poetry, after the poet laureate said he had no particular plans to commemorate Brexit in writing.

Bidding farewell to 'the last Arab Jew'  +972 Magazine

By Raanan Shemesh Forshner. Prof. Sasson Somekh, scholar in the field of Arabic literature and translator of poetry, was born in Baghdad, Iraq, in 1933.

Rightnowish: Alan Chazaro Navigates Machismo with Poetry  KQED

The Oakland teacher steps out with a collection of poetry, titled 'This Is Not a Frank Ocean Cover Album.'

Poetry Sunday: Carla Schwartz  WCAI

Carla Schwartz reads her poem, Forsythia Drive-by.

VIU professor writes over Shakespeare in new book of poetry  Nanaimo News Bulletin

In Sonnet L'Abbé's latest book, the local poet and VIU professor superimposes her own truth and experience over the words of William Shakespeare.

Developed by:
home | site map © 2019