Tag Archives: poetry

Soul of Wit

Sylvia Forges-Ryan

What began as an attempt to write through the busy years of raising a family took an unexpected turn for Sylvia Forges-Ryan. …

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Writing Home

Donald Hall plaque at Spring Glen Elementary School

Donald Hall’s childhood home stands at the corner of Ardmore and Greenway Streets in Hamden’s Spring Glen neighborhood—as he described it, “a small, dark, well-constructed, mock-Tudor house.” …

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Said the Water

Nancy Kuhl inside the Beinecke Library

August is Summer Reading Month in Daily Nutmeg. Please enjoy these excerpted poems from Nancy Kuhl’s Pine to Sound (2015).

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In Today’s Episode

Nancy Kuhl inside the Beinecke Library

August is Summer Reading Month in Daily Nutmeg. Please enjoy these poems selected from Nancy Kuhl’s Suspend (2010).

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Open-Mouthed Irises

Nancy Kuhl outside the Beinecke Library

August is Summer Reading Month in Daily Nutmeg. Please enjoy these excerpted poems from Nancy Kuhl’s The Wife of the Left Hand (2007).

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The Deep End

Nancy Kuhl outside Beinecke Library

Local writer Nancy Kuhl is a poet who does know it, though she’s not one to rhyme. …

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Freeing Verse

Silas Mullins at Koffee?

Silas Mullins was ushering in the latest Chapter & Verse, a monthly reading series he curates and hosts in the back room of Koffee?. …

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Journaling

New Haven Review

This year, the New Haven Review celebrates two birthdays. …

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An Impossible Wicket

Frederick David Watts

Frederick David Watts isn’t pleasant to look at. Nor is he pleasant to ignore. Homeless, he walks the streets of New Haven wearing a patterned bathrobe and a…

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A Little Sunlight Reading

Edgewood Park

Despite the occasional frosty dip in the temperatures these past few weeks, Spring has assuredly sprung. New Haveners are strolling about the city parks again. Jogging. Bounding. Playing fetch with their pets.

They’re also finding nice comfortable spots on benches …

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