April is National Poetry Month.
Why am I talking about that now, on the snowiest Groundhog Day many folks have seen in decades (if ever)? The submission deadline for this year’s event was yesterday. I sent in three poems, and I know of several other friends who also did. It’s always a fun thing to do, as Montpelier Alive Association and the Kellogg-Hubbard Library create poetry installations that are displayed throughout the whole capital city. This year’s theme is: “Vermont: Past, Present, and Future”
Here’s the rundown of activities for last year’s events. This year’s isn’t posted yet, when it is you can look for it here. Good luck to everyone who sent in poems!