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No More Excuses: Do a Reading of Your Work!

This just in–another photo taken at Madame ZuZu’s in Highland Park, IL from last weekend. Courtesy of Jennifer Dotson and Mary Beth Bretzlauf of Highland Park Poetry, the event’s sponsor. All you need is a voice, and people will come … Continue reading

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Chicagoans: Meet Me on Saturday, May 14!

Charlotte Digregorio will be honored at Madame ZuZu’s Tea House in Highland Park, IL at 5 p.m., Saturday, May 14, sponsored by Highland Park Poetry.  An open mic will follow. (Madame ZuZu’s is located at 1876 First St. in Highland Park.)  Charlotte … Continue reading

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What is Poetry?– Interview with Charlotte Digregorio by Highland Park Poetry

5 Questions for Charlotte Digregorio 1. What drives your connection to poetry? Reading and writing poetry has always been a way for me to find peace and solace. I have loved poetry since high school, when a visiting poet came … Continue reading

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In The News!

Dear Readers and Followers: Writers need publicity, so you should always keep that in mind as a writer. Actually, all professionals need publicity. Do interesting things, and get noticed. Seek publicity. That’s my best advice for you. This recently ran … Continue reading

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The Haiku Foundation: An Organization for Haiku Poets of All Levels

The following information was submitted by Jim Kacian, Founder of The Haiku Foundation: The Haiku Foundation is a nonprofit organization chartered in the Commonwealth of Virginia, USA, on Jan. 6, 2009. Its mission statement identifies two major directives: 1) to … Continue reading

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Come to My Two Workshops and Reading: Haiku and Senryu

Dear Readers and Followers, Please take note of my two upcoming workshops, the first in the Chicago area (Northfield, IL), and the second in Western Massachusetts in Northfield. The latter will include a reading of my haiku and senryu. Hope … Continue reading

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Readers Respond to “Seek the Best Place for a Poetry Reading”

    Alan Summers writes:   Good article!   Selling and shifting books can be notoriously difficult in many venues. We’ve all done open mic and guest poet slots but the make up of the event can rarely be conducive … Continue reading

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Seek the Best Place for a Poetry Reading

For me, among the best places for a poetry reading have always been art museums or galleries. For example, recently I did a juried reading with other poets and a book signing at the Ukranian Institute of Modern Art in … Continue reading

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