Rose Solari Tackles Frost, Coste Lewis, and Imaginary Landscapes in New Rose Reads
Rose Solari's style continues to evolve as she tackles more difficult poetic concepts. Hear her speak to poetry and song as "gifts," detail Coleridge's writing from a sick bed, remark on Frost's famous "Directive", and reminisce on Smokey Robinson in this new episode of Rose Reads.
In this episode of Rose Reads, Rose discusses and reads from poems that create self-contained universes. Authors include Frost, Coleridge, and Robin Coste Lewis.
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Katherine E. Young appears on Leslie Pietrzyk “To be Read” blog series to discuss her new translation of a book that “ignited a firestorm” in Russia
Rose Solari’s reviews this month focus on four collections that “challenge and stretch the reader’s expectations in terms of content, form, or both.”
While the Emily Dickinson poetry marathon is not a marathon in the traditional sense, it does test the endurance, fortitude, and preparedness of all its participants. Over a seven day period, 14 hours in all, participants will read every one of the enigmatic 19th-century poet’s 1,789 poems in the order prescribed by R.W. Franklin’s The Poems of Emily Dickinson.