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poetry reading

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Among specific topics are from Du Fu to Rilke and back: Feng Zhi's modernist aesthetics and poetic practice, Yu Guangzhong's modernist spirit: from In Time of Cold War to Tug of War with Eternity, Li and modernism: the development of a poetry journal, network analysis as a modernist intervention: the case of Chinese poetry readings, and modernist literati: abstract art of contemporary Chinese poets.
The festival will feature over 80 sessions, including interviews, panel discussions, Urdu mushaira, poetry readings, satire, performing arts, and film screenings.
This event features discussions, talks, English and Urdu poetry readings, a book fair, book launches, readings, signings, satire, theatre, film screenings, music, and dance.
She has organized poetry readings and open mic nights at artsy cafe Nabt Fenjan and encouraged several young Saudis to try their own hand at poetry.
Newspapers were filled with famous verse and poetry readings were organised at venues as diverse as pubs and public schools, underground trains and elderly care homes.
The "book-nic" will include poetry readings, treats from local sponsors, giveaways, and summer reading prizes -- including free books -- for students who bring their reading logs.
Eliot famously wrote in his epic poem The Waste Land, "is the cruelest month." There is a cosmic irony to the fact that "the cruelest month" is also the month the Academy of American Poets chose to celebrate their art, a time when one sees a spike in poetry readings and programs.
"So I'm glad that poem (Favourite Place) was helpful to people but sometimes at poetry readings people ask me to read it, and I can't."
Jill Morgan, dean of the School of Arts and Media, said: 'We are delighted to be collaborating in hosting these poetry readings, welcoming some of the most significant names."
Community poetry readings were aplenty in April, National Poetry Month, but the school year was coming to a close and I had dozens of teen volunteers looking to satisfy community service requirements in a short amount of time.
THE first permanent museum dedicated to the life and work of war poet Wilfred Owen marked his birthday with poetry readings and a documentary screening.