If that sign on the T seems just a little too profound to be an advertisement, it might just be a piece of poetry. […]
The inviting nature of the Stokes Tent was reinforced through the welcoming prose of ‘The Laughing Medusa’ in its inspiring and earnest recanting of verse and spoken word. […]
A monk once told BC English Professor Kim Garcia, “Writing is your prayer.” Since that day, she has combated war with poetry.
Paul Lewis, an English professor at BC, is organizing a songwriting contest for BC students in conjunction with the release of his current project, a poetry anthology. […]
Poet, editor, and self-proclaimed “country boy” Peter Fallon read from his extenisve works of poetry as part of the Lowell Humanities Series. […]
“To be in the middle of a Laura Kasischke poem is to occupy the intersection between the physical and the unseen … the known and the imagined,” said Boston College professor Suzanne Matson in her introduction to the prize winning poet who spoke at the latest Lowell Humanities Series last night. […]