Poetry Moment

Hair of the Dog is a new anthology of poems published by Willow Springs Books, a literary press housed within Eastern Washington's Inland Nortwest Center for Writers. Poets were invited to submit poems featuring, musing on, or otherwise including the subject of dogs. Hair of the Dog is the Volume II in Willow Springs Books' Zodiac Poetry Series.  

All of the poems featured this week on the Poetry Moment are included in the Hair of the Dog anthology and are read by EWU students. 

Hair of the Dog is a new anthology of poems published by Willow Springs Books, a literary press housed within Eastern Washington's Inland Nortwest Center for Writers. Poets were invited to submit poems featuring, musing on, or otherwise including the subject of dogs. Hair of the Dog is the Volume II in Willow Springs Books' Zodiac Poetry Series.  

All of the poems featured this week on the Poetry Moment are included in the Hair of the Dog anthology and are read by EWU students. 

Hair of the Dog is a new anthology of poems published by Willow Springs Books, a literary press housed within Eastern Washington's Inland Nortwest Center for Writers. Poets were invited to submit poems featuring, musing on, or otherwise including the subject of dogs. Hair of the Dog is the Volume II in Willow Springs Books' Zodiac Poetry Series.  

All of the poems featured this week on the Poetry Moment are included in the Hair of the Dog anthology and are read by EWU students. 

Hair of the Dog is a new anthology of poems published by Willow Springs Books, a literary press housed within Eastern Washington's Inland Nortwest Center for Writers. Poets were invited to submit poems featuring, musing on, or otherwise including the subject of dogs. Hair of the Dog is the Volume II in Willow Springs Books' Zodiac Poetry Series.  

All of the poems featured this week on the Poetry Moment are included in the Hair of the Dog anthology and are read by EWU students. 

Hair of the Dog is a new anthology of poems published by Willow Springs Books, a literary press housed within Eastern Washington's Inland Nortwest Center for Writers. Poets were invited to submit poems featuring, musing on, or otherwise including the subject of dogs. Hair of the Dog is the Volume II in Willow Springs Books' Zodiac Poetry Series.  

All of the poems featured this week on the Poetry Moment are included in the Hair of the Dog anthology and are read by EWU students. 

Claudia Castro Luna is Washington's State Poet Laureate. One of her projects as poet laureate is called Washington Poetic Routes, an interactive map of the state featuring poems of place. 

For more information about Claudia and the Washington Poetic Routes project, see our interview with the poet laureate from Northwest Arts Review

Caleb Nordhagen is a student at Spokane Public Montessori Middle School.  

  

From their teacher, Erin Schmidt:

Robert Frost said that “poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and that thought has found its words.” Carl Sandburg said that “poetry is an echo, asking a shadow to dance.” Some people just say that poetry does not make any sense. More than anything else, however, poetry is another way to express yourself--an art form that combines emotions, words, and sounds.

Emmett Boling is a student at Spokane Public Montessori Middle School.  

From their teacher, Erin Schmidt:

Robert Frost said that “poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and that thought has found its words.” Carl Sandburg said that “poetry is an echo, asking a shadow to dance.” Some people just say that poetry does not make any sense. More than anything else, however, poetry is another way to express yourself--an art form that combines emotions, words, and sounds.

Owen Dunkin is a student at Spokane Public Montessori Middle School.  

  

From their teacher, Erin Schmidt:

Robert Frost said that “poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and that thought has found its words.” Carl Sandburg said that “poetry is an echo, asking a shadow to dance.” Some people just say that poetry does not make any sense. More than anything else, however, poetry is another way to express yourself--an art form that combines emotions, words, and sounds.

Sylvie Manz is a student at Spokane Public Montessori Middle School.  

From their teacher, Erin Schmidt:

Robert Frost said that “poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and that thought has found its words.” Carl Sandburg said that “poetry is an echo, asking a shadow to dance.” Some people just say that poetry does not make any sense. More than anything else, however, poetry is another way to express yourself--an art form that combines emotions, words, and sounds.

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