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Get a Free Copy of Poetry Magazine

The Poetry Foundation will offer free copies of Poetry magazine in celebration of National Poetry Month 2013.

Sign up online to receive your free copy. Individuals, book clubs and reading groups must send in a request by March 24th.  Please note that each recipient (individuals or groups) will receive up to ten free copies only.

Here’s more from the release: “The April 2013 issue of Poetry includes new poems by Adam Kirsch, Jane Hirshfield, Eavan Boland, Michael Robbins, Randall Mann, Dean Young, Lucie Brock-Broido, and J.T. Barbarese; prose by Christina Pugh; first appearances by Anna Maria Hong, Gwyneth Lewis, Mary Moore Easter, and Jamaal May; and the continuation of the feature ‘A Few More Don’ts,’ (commemorating Ezra Pound’s famous ‘A Few Don’ts by an Imagiste’) featuring Marjorie Perloff, William Logan, and Sina Queyras.”

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Novel Writing: Editing Your Draft

Novel Writing: Editing Your DraftStarting July 16, workshop your novel in-progress with a published author! Erika Mailman's course will function as a workshop, with the emphasis on sharing your work for review and providing critiques for your peers. By the end of this class you'll have up to 75 pages of you novel workshopped and developed patterns to improve your writing. Register now! 

Poetry Foundation Awards Eight Poets

The Poetry Foundation and Poetry magazine have awarded eight poets for their contributions to the magazine over the past year.

Dean Young has won the Levinson prize, a $500 award, for his poems “Handy Guide,” “Crash Test Dummies of an Imperfect God,” “Dear Bob,” “Spring Reign,” and “Peach Farm.” Linda Kunhardt took the Bess Hokin prize, a $1,000 award for her works “Indian Winter,” “Road Work,” “Clifton Webb,” “The Jingle,” and “More Juice Please.” Ange Mlinko won the $500 Frederick Bock prize for her poem “Cantata for Lynette Roberts.” Read more