Family programs, Martha's Vineyard reading, and more
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This year's festival includes no shortage of family activities, from creating poetry keychains to penning cat-inspired haikus. Check out the full listing here!

In the spotlight...

In each newsletter between now and the festival, we will be highlighting a different session. 

 

Surrounded by Water: A Group Reading by Martha's Vineyard Poets

Saturday, May 3 • 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Hawthorne Hotel, Library
with Justen Ahren, Rachel Baird, and more
Sometimes you just can't leave! Representative poets from Martha's Vineyard will provide a sense of their lives surrounded by multiple bodies of water. Martha is an unforgiving mystery, even to other residents of our state. Reading from works that cast a distinct view of what it means to live off-shore in MA, these poems provide compelling reasons to stay or to go.

Buy your festival button online or at any of these stores: 


Beverly
The Book Shop of Beverly Farms

Brookline
Brookline Booksmith

Cambridge
Grolier Poetry Bookshop
Porter Square Books
Rodney's Books
Harvard Bookstore 

Concord
Concord Bookshop

Newburyport
Jabberwocky Bookshop

Marblehead
Spirit of ’76 Bookstore

Salem
The Roost
Salem Trolley Depot
SSU English Dept.

What else should you check out at the festival? We're glad you asked! Take a peek at:


Poetry for Repair and Renewal: The Widows' Handbook

Behind Every One...A Poetic Celebration of Special Needs Families

Poets with New Books (Sessions 1, 2, 3)

Poetry, Terror, and Translation

CelticPoets: A SpringSong Session

Grief and Healing in the Age of Endless War

And don't forget sessions with our headliners, Kim Addonizio, Lucie Brock-Broido, Cornelius Eady, Li-Young Lee, and more!
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