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Liverpool Echo
Sylvia’s tragic life brought to stageA novice Wirral singer has taken on the lead role as tragic poet Sylvia Plath.
Sylvia’s tragic life brought to stage
Liverpool Echo / Posted 9 hours ago
A novice Wirral singer has taken on the lead role as tragic poet Sylvia Plath. Leah Taaffe (24) from Overchurch, will perform in a new musical play entitled The Belfry. The production traces the final weeks of Plath’s life, when she was estranged... Read more
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Adelaide Now
True stories: Adelaide Writers’ WeekRussian-American journalist Masha Gessen will discuss her book on the brothers
True stories: Adelaide Writers’ Week
Adelaide Now / Posted 22 hours ago
Russian-American journalist Masha Gessen will discuss her book on the brothers behind the Boston bombing at Writers’ Week in Adelaide. IIT was March, 1976, and Adelaide Writers’ Week was being held for the first time in the Pioneer Women’s Memorial... Read more
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The New Yorker
Frederick Seidel’s Ballsy BlasphemyIf the id had an id, and it wrote poetry, the results might sound like “Widenin
Frederick Seidel’s Ballsy Blasphemy
The New Yorker / Posted 3 days ago
If the id had an id, and it wrote poetry, the results might sound like “Widening Income Inequality” (Farrar, Straus & Giroux), Frederick Seidel’s sixteenth collection. The title borrows a current meme, while also suggesting Yeats’s apocalyptic poem... Read more
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Cherokee Tribune
Hoping for win in friendly rivalry - The annual New Year’s Eve Trivial Pursuit Game at my home ended in a tie. Friend Elaine Hubbard and I have been observing the holiday in this way for at least a couple of decades. In the beginning we played unt...The annual New Year’s Eve Trivial Pursuit Game at my home ended in a tie. Frien
Hoping for win in friendly rivalry - The annual New Year’s Eve Trivial Pursuit Game at my home ended in a tie. Friend Elaine Hubbard and I have been observing the holiday in this way for at least a couple of decades. In the beginning we played unt...
Cherokee Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
The annual New Year’s Eve Trivial Pursuit Game at my home ended in a tie. Friend Elaine Hubbard and I have been observing the holiday in this way for at least a couple of decades. In the beginning, we played until midnight, then lit some sparklers... Read more
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express
How our nation of poets lost its lines: Britons don't know Shakespeare from Keats WE MAY have given the world Shakespeare, Wordsworth and Keats, but it seems o
How our nation of poets lost its lines: Britons don't know Shakespeare from Keats
express / Posted 15 days ago
WE MAY have given the world Shakespeare, Wordsworth and Keats, but it seems our love of poetry is fading fast. Researchers found Britons have glaring gaps in the... Read more
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Asian journal
‘Somewhere in the Shallow Sea: A Novel of Suspense’Fil-Am author Dennis Macaraeg writes about love and betrayal AMERICAN poet, no
‘Somewhere in the Shallow Sea: A Novel of Suspense’
Asian journal / Posted 25 days ago
Fil-Am author Dennis Macaraeg writes about love and betrayal AMERICAN poet, novelist and short story writer Sylvia Plath once said that, “Everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise.”... Read more
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The Jewish Week
‘To Argue Over Justice’Elizabeth Swados brought to the stage the unexpected, combining musical styles,
‘To Argue Over Justice’
The Jewish Week / Posted 26 days ago
Elizabeth Swados brought to the stage the unexpected, combining musical styles, dance, ritual and poetry, often collaborating with young people to bring their voices to the mix. Underlying much of her bold work was a commitment to social justice as... Read more
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The Jewish Week
‘To Argue Over Justice’Elizabeth Swados brought to the stage the unexpected, combining musical styles,
‘To Argue Over Justice’
The Jewish Week / Posted 27 days ago
Elizabeth Swados brought to the stage the unexpected, combining musical styles, dance, ritual and poetry, often collaborating with young people to bring their voices to the mix. Underlying much of her bold work was a commitment to social justice as... Read more
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E! Online
Things You Probably Forgot About Save the Last DanceSave the Last Dance celebrates its 15th anniversary today. Let's have a dance
Things You Probably Forgot About Save the Last Dance
E! Online / Posted 27 days ago
Save the Last Dance celebrates its 15th anniversary today. Let's have a dance battle at "STEPS" for old times' sake. The teen film hit theaters on Jan. 12, 2001, and debuted at No. 1 box office. The movie, produced by MTV Films, follows a young... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Olwyn Hughes, literary agentAccording to Sir Jonathan Bate, author of the most recent Hughes biography, Ted
Olwyn Hughes, literary agent
Daily Telegraph / Posted a month ago
According to Sir Jonathan Bate, author of the most recent Hughes biography, Ted Hughes: The Unauthorised Life (2015, written with Olwyn’s cooperation, but not that of the Ted Hughes estate or of the poet’s widow, Carol), Olwyn tried to be “fair” to... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Today’s entertainment picks: v The Rat Pack Is Back!, 8 p.m.: This tribute show ($31, $43, $58, $67) reli
Today’s entertainment picks
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted a month ago
: v The Rat Pack Is Back!, 8 p.m.: This tribute show ($31, $43, $58, $67) relives the Las Vegas shows of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin. It’s at Packard Music Hall in Warren; 800-745-3000 or... Read more
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Santa Monica Mirror
Modern Romance “Jack and Jill” On Stage At Santa Monica PlayhousePhoto by Douglas Dobson 'Jack and Jill' stars Tanna Frederick and Robert Stand
Modern Romance “Jack and Jill” On Stage At Santa Monica Playhouse
Santa Monica Mirror / Posted 1 months ago
Photo by Douglas Dobson 'Jack and Jill' stars Tanna Frederick and Robert Standley. A new production of “Jack and Jill” at Santa Monica Playhouse reunites a trio of artists who achieved critical acclaim and popular success with their previous... Read more

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