Cowgirls, Kansas Poetry & Midwestern Autumns

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"Ad Astra Poetry Project: Poet comments upon instinctive knowledge," by Kansas Poet Laureate Denise Low from Lawrence Journal-World & 6News, looks like an interesting Kansas poetry project. In this specific piece, she is highlighting the work of Jonathan Holden.

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"Midwestern autumn makes poetry resonate," by Kathleen Johnson from The Star, examines the connection between autumn and poetry. Of course, there could be an argument made that poetry relates to all seasons, but since we're now into autumn this is timely.

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"Cowgirl poetry," by David Burger from The Salt Lake Tribune, looks at how cowboy poetry is seeing an increase in cowgirl poets. Yee-haw! (Or something.)

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