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Wake County Library Hosts Month-Long Celebration of Black Poetry

The Wake County Library system is hosting several virtual events associated with the newly published anthology: Lift Every Voice: African American Poetry: 250 Years of Struggle and Song. The series kicked-off on January 23 with a panel discussion between Lenard Moore and Darrell Stover. Lift Every Voice: A Nationwide Celebration of African American Poetry is […]

Dorianne Laux Is Pulitzer Finalist

It’s not every day—heck, it’s barely once a decade—that the North Carolina literary community can celebrate a Pulitzer Prize finalist in our midst. Raleigh poet Dorianne Laux was named a Finalist for the 2020 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry for her collection, Only as the Day Is Long: New and Selected Poems (W.W. Norton). Jericho Brown’s […]

Like Food? Write Poetry?

In a continuing celebration of Southern culture and arts, White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails, an Atlanta-based restaurant offering contemporary Southern cuisine, invites poets from across the South to participate in the first annual White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails Prize in Southern Poetry. Poems will be on the topic of Love, no matter what the context, […]