Poetry Sunday

Poetry Sunday will be on hiatus for the next few months. If you're interested in submitting a poem in the future, here are the guidelines.

We will update this page once we establish a new date for submissions.

 

Poetry Sunday: Margaret Phillips

May 15, 2016
Heidi Stahl

Poet Margaret Phillips reads her poem, "Identifying the Horned Lark."

Poetry Sunday: Donna O'Connell-Gilmore

May 8, 2016

Donna O'Connell-Gilmore reads her poem, "Giant Steps."


 

Poetry Sunday: Chuck Madansky

May 1, 2016
Wilderness Sarchild


  Chuck Madansky reads his poem, "Edge."

 

Poetry Sunday: Leo Thibault

Apr 24, 2016
Debra Johnson

Leo Thibault reads his poem, "Childhood Blues."

Poetry Sunday: Angela Howes

Apr 17, 2016
Niki Howes

  Angela Howes reads her poem, "Let It Snow."

Poetry Sunday: Sheila Sinead McGuinness

Apr 10, 2016

Sheila Sinead McGuinness reads her poem, "Interior with Prunus."

    

Sheila Sinead McGuinness is director of The Residences at Seashore Point. Her work appears in various journals. She has taught poetry writing at the University of Montana, Cape Cod Community College, and Cape Cod Writers Center. David Dunlap shot this photo in the painter Robert Motherwell's studio, Sea Barn, hours before it was gutted.

 

Poetry Sunday: Susan Puciul

Apr 3, 2016

Susan Puciul reads her poem,"Trees at Dawn."

Poetry Sunday: Laurie Robertson-Lorant

Mar 27, 2016
Youghal, Ireland

Laurie Robertson-Lorant reads her poem, "These Days."

Laurie Robertson-Lorant is the author of Melville:  A Biography (1996) and The Man Who Lived Among the Cannibals:  Poems in the Voice of Herman Melville (Spinner, 2005).  Her poems have appeared in Everett Hoagland’s anthology Ocean Voices, Ruth Jacobs’ We Speak for Peace, and various poetry magazines, including The American Voice, Atlanta Review, Birmingham Poetry Review, North American Review, Radcliffe Quarterly, Rockhurst Review, South Coast Poetry Journal and the Worcester Review.

Poetry Sunday: Lucile Burt

Mar 20, 2016
Catherine Butler

Lucile Burt reads her poem, "Someone Loved Returning."

Poetry Sunday: Mary Ellen Redmond

Mar 13, 2016
Reade Whinnem

Poet Mary Ellen Redmond reads "Quiz Tomorrow."

Poetry Sunday: Donald Nitchie

Mar 6, 2016

Donald Nitchie reads his poem, "Martha's Vineyard vs Nantucket."

Poetry Sunday: Melanie Braverman

Feb 28, 2016
Dan Alder

Melanie Braverman reads her poem "Neap Tide, Provincetown."

Melanie Braverman is the author of two books: the novel EAST JUSTICE (Permanent Press, 1996), and RED (Perugia Press, 2002), winner of the Publishing Triangle Award for Poetry. MATRIMORPHOSIS, a book-length prose poem, is forthcoming from Kore Press. She is co-founder of the Alzheimer’s Family Support Center of Cape Cod, and is a devoted listener of all things.

You can email Melanie Braverman here.

Poetry Sunday: Mary E. Cronin

Feb 14, 2016
Meredith Hunnibell / dancephotographybymeredith.com

On Poetry Sunday, Mary E. Cronin reads her poem, "Running in Flip Flops."

Poetry Sunday: Fan Ogilvie

Jan 31, 2016
Poet Fan Ogilvie

This week on Poetry Sunday, Fan Ogilvie reads her poem "Square of Blue."

Poetry Sunday: Margot Wizansky

Jan 24, 2016
David Wizansky

This week on Poetry Sunday, Margot Wizansky reads her poem, "Before There Were Women."

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