Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Blogging about Poetry in March 2015

[Related content: Blogging about Poetry]

• March 30: A senior African American poetry scholar as blogger: The Case of Jerry W. Ward, Jr.
• March 29: Black poetry and socioeconomic divides
• March 28: The value of blogging about African American Poetry 
• March 26: Remixing Poetry, Pt. 2 at the SIUE/East St. Louis Charter High School
• March 21: Young Scientist Program visits SIUE/East St. Louis Charter School
• March 21: Remixing Poetry at the SIUE/East St. Louis Charter High School
• March 21: Poetry magazine and outreach on social media; or the Don Share model
• March 20: Volumes of poetry, cell phone images, and textbooks
• March 16: The Novelization of Contemporary African American Poetry
• March 15: Drawing Connections, Reading Reginald Harris's "The Lost Boys"
• March 15:  A Notebook on Reginald Harris
• March 13: Claudia Rankine's Citizen becomes a "first"
• March 10: Why it matters that the University of Oklahoma fraternity chant was also a poem
• March 10: Showcasing a personal collection of African American Poetry
• March 9: Poetry, humor, and creativity
• March 8: Black Poets, Bad Men, and Creativity
• March 7: Jay Z & Jean-Michel Basquiat as poets
• March 4: Poetry blogging is more productive and smarter than you think 
• March 1: Blogging about Poetry in February 2015

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