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Apr
15
Mon
2019
The Poeming Pigeon: Open for Submissions (Theme = The Cosmos) @ The Poetry Box®
Apr 15 – Jun 15 all-day

THE COSMOS ISSUE: (The Poeming Pigeon #9)

From the learning how to locate the Little Dipper to standing awe-struck under the Milky Way, humans have been asking: What’s out there in the great beyond? Could we survive on Mars? What is dark matter? Are wormholes the secret to time travel? Our curiosity is as vast as the universe itself. Send us your best stargazing poems exploring the great beyond, string theory and black holes. Make a case for Pluto–planet or not planet? This theme is yours to take to the outer limits.

• The Cosmos Issue scheduled for release in Winter 2019/20.
• All Contributors receive a FREE copy of the print journal.
• Please note, we are not accepting reprints for this or future issues.
• Submission Period: April 15 – June 15, 2019 (via Submittable only)
• $3 to submit a group of 3 poems.

Jun
8
Sat
2019
Something About Poetry 3: Margaret Atwood @ Josephine Community LIbrary
Jun 8 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

In this Read-Write seminar, we will discuss Margaret Atwood’s poetry, with an focus on style analysis, and then write our own poems as prompted by our work with Atwood’s poems.