Come celebrate National Poetry Month at the Franklin Public Library with poetry workshops and a Favorite Poem Recordings!
William Carlos Williams wrote:
"The poem that each is trying actually to communicate to us lies in the words. It is at least the words that make it articulate. It has always been so."
- April 8, 12-3 PM
Choice of 2 Poetry Writing Workshops1 - FOUnd POETRY with Camille Napier BernsteinOR2 - “I WRITE – You Do, Too” with Jamele Adams
- April 29, 12-3 PM
Favorite Poem Project™ with Steve Sherlock and Camille Napier BernsteinChoose a favorite published poem that you have long treasured or recently discovered. Read it for a recording celebrating National Poetry Month for later inclusion on Steve’s podcast.Note: Poems may not be ones you or family members or friends have written.Limit: Five minutes reading time.
Use the form here to sign up to read your favorite poem -> https://forms.gle/yyrpREyk4BBFXGpr8
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|Two poetry events at the Library for April to celebrate "National Poetry Month" - Apr 8 & Apr 29|
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