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Updated: Apr 8

Poets from the Anthology, “This Is What America Looks Like,” Read from their Works Please join the Global Humanities Institute as we host a National Poetry Month event featuring MC Faculty (past and present) and Takoma Park's Poet Laureate whose works are published in the anthology, "This Is What America Looks Like: Poetry and Fiction from DC, Maryland, and Virginia" on Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 5.30 PM.

Featured Poets: Kateema Lee, Robert L. Giron, David Lott, Christopher Ankney, &

Kathleen O'Toole

For more information and mini lesson plans, please contact Jona Colson: jona.colson@montgomerycollege

Where: Zoom!

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Take a few minutes to read the latest at ArLiLo, Issue No. 147, including: Art by Kathleen Frank, an interview with Francisco Aragón about his latest book of poetry “After Rubén,” and poetry by Matthew Feeney and Jacqueline Jules.

“Wild West Summer” oil on canvas, 61.5 x 49.5

Copyright © 2021 by Kathleen Frank.


G. Tod Slone ("Where a Poet Ought Not / Où c'qui faut pas" Gival Press, 2008) has published an essay "Poets Laureate Are Part of the Machine"). Follow the link:

<a href =""><u>Poets Laureate are Part of the Machine (January 2021)</u></a>

Poets Laureate Are Part of the Machine.