30 ways to celebrate national poetry month
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Sign up for , a weekly series for teachers.
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Encourage a young person to participate in the project.
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Review these concrete examples of in the United States today.
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Ask your governor or mayor for a in support of National Poetry Month
Attend a poetry reading at a local university, bookstore, cafe, or library.
Read a poem at an open mic. It’s a great way to meet other writers in your area and find out about your local poetry writing community.
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Write an poem with friends.
on the sidewalk.
Deepen your daily experience by reading ’s essay “.”
Ask the United States Post Office to celebrating poets.
Celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day today! The idea is simple: select a poem you love, carry it with you, then share it with coworkers, family, and friends.
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Watch or read Carolyn Forche’s talk “.”
Recreate a poet’s favorite food or drink by .
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Read ’s about ’s “Leaves of Grass.”
Sign up for a poetry class or workshop.
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Read the first chapter of ’s inspiring book .