I always count syllables to write poetry. Not only when scribbling sonnets and haikus (both of which dictate a set number of syllables per line), but also when penning free verse into my notebook. At first glance, it might seem
If you are looking to learn more about Indigenous culture this month, look no further than these fine titles by Lenni-Lenape poet Daniel Lockhart. A Turtle Clan member of Eelünaapéewi Lahkéewiit (Lenape), and a registered member of the Moravian of the
Sunday, June 13 at 2 pm EST To register click here or email email@example.com and put JUNE POETRY in the subject line. Elizabeth Zetlin, celebrated poet, videographer and environmental activist, was Owen Sound’s first poet laureate and initiated the Poet Laureate map of
Welcome to June's instalment of the Poet's Voice Reading Series! This month we're pleased to host Cranberry Tree Press co-publisher Laurie Smith (Suck and Spit, 2020), and Windsor Poet Laureate Mary Ann Mulhern (The Midnight Moon Sings of Murder, 2020).