Month: March 2023

Marilyn Chin, 2023 Keynote, on Using Form in Poetry

It’s with great excitement that we look forward to welcoming Marilyn Chin as Keynote for the May 23-26 Conference this year. Apart from her exceptional renown as a poet, Chin is also esteemed as a translator of Chinese, Vietnamese, and (along with a co-translator) Japanese poetry.  Talking about her book Hard Love Province in a 2015 interview, Chin elucidated some of her … Read More

Women Poets Timeline Project Scoops the Morgan Library

If you were fortunate enough to catch the recent  “She Who Wrote” exhibit at the Morgan Library and Museum in New York City,  you saw a remarkable display of texts written by the ancient Mesopotamian high priestess and poet Enheduanna (circa 2300 BCE), the “earliest-named author in world literature.”  But that important literary fact wouldn’t have taken you by surprise … Read More

Come to a Celebratory Reading in NYC!

Poetry by the Sea has been invited by Morningside Poetry Series to give a celebratory group reading in Manhattan.  Sunday, March 26, 2023Suite Bar, 992 Amsterdam Avenue (at W 109th Street)3-5 pm  Current and past PBTS faculty and participants who have graciously agreed to read include John Wall Barger, Herman Beavers, Patricia Behrens, Shaune Bornholdt, … Read More