This week, the poetry of taxation.
it is almost as if Bury’s constraints create a full-contact experience out of the notion of constraints, each being an almost visceral way to experience a given author’s work. In some cases is it literally visceral, in others it certainly feels like it comes as close as literature can.
It’s National Poetry Month! If you aren’t participating in or following along with FPR’s largest National Poetry Month project to-date, PoMoSco, you can visit the website here. You won’t be disappointed! In addition to PoMoSco, there are many National Poetry Month activities across the country that incorporate found poetry.
We ask questions, and you answer the questions that we ask.
National Poetry Month, but with campfires and badges and sing-a-longs