Best Poetry Book: “Black Seeds” by Tariq Touré
Good political poems ought to be, as Lawrence Ferlinghetti named them, “living newspapers.” From Amiri Baraka to Adrienne Rich, the political poetry that sticks
Free Will Astrology 7/9/14
Emily T. Taliaferro
Watercolor artist and teacher, she taught art in her home and was a Friends School tennis coach
R.I.P. Adrienne Rich, Baltimore-born poet
Adrienne Rich, poet, essayist, feminist, provocateur
She won National Book Award, refused National Medal of Arts
It's time for those 'genius' fellows
Wise Woman of Words
Hillary Clinton: life in the soft lane
After 75 years, poetry no longer a 'Waste Land' Postmodernism: Eliot's grim view, that of Modernism, gives way to -- among other things -- love.
Students who shunned TV are honored at dinner
Baltimore and Maryland: poetry-rich, now and historically
NBC, ABC take up Susan Smith case
How now HoCoPoLitSo?
When Boston was a center of poetry
Litcrit summarized in 750 pages, no pictures, from JHU's press
Baltimoreans are in 'Best Poetry '93'
Poet's genius is bringing perspective to worldly concerns, both big and small Kunitz to speak tonight at HCC HOWARD COUNTY DIVERSIONS
Rich, with memories and a passion for poetry
The Treasures of the PRATT Library stashes away items from snippet of Poe's hair to Baltimore Colts mementos THE PRATT UNDER PRESSURE