Where is poetry happening? Part II

On September 22, I posted about a few sites that have poetry calendars in some prominent areas–mainly as a result of looking for events in my new home of Atlanta, Georgia. And many poets chimed in with other sites, in addition to my very, very short list.

Collected together, here are those for the U.S.:

Here are ones from outside the States:

 

Also, Poets & Writers also has a great literary events calendar at http://pw.org/calendar/ns

 

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I’d like to thank Pearl, Danna Jae, Paige, Margaret B, Margaret Fieland, Lori, Nancy Posey, Bruce Niedt, Anthony, Fiona, Michelle H, Chris, Ashraf Osman, and anyone else I might’ve forgotten.

 

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If you’d like to add any other areas, add them in the comments, and maybe there’ll be a part III eventually.

 

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7 thoughts on “Where is poetry happening? Part II

  1. S.E.Ingraham

    Robert – just thought you might like to know, the link for Alberta is quite out of date (we still have the Stroll of Poets but they are on hiatus for the summer) and since our huge Poetry Festival is happening next week, here is an up-dated link http://www.edmontonpoetryfestival.com It’s five straight days of slams, workshops, an interesting kick-off called the "Killer Blinks", cafe readings, and head-liners, and, coincidentally, Leonard Cohen will be in town performing at the same time. Quite the busy time. Can’t wait.

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