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Las Vegas’ Battle Born Slam team makes its way to Decatur, Georgia next week to compete in national competition.
For several years, the Shakespeare Institute of Nevada has brought the performance of the Bard’s words to schools an
A Las Vegas police officer’s poem about the slayings of five fellow officers in Dallas has gone viral.
A poem by Heather Lang
Verse from the 18-year-old winner of the inaugural Poetry Promise Award
(Editor's Note: Lila Brissette reads her poetry at The Beat Coffeehouse and Records, 520 Fremont Street in Las Vegas, Saturday, June 4, at 7 p.m.)
At the airport, a vision of the King
Here’s the set–up for a poem: A writer is at McCarran International Airport. She’s on her way to a writer’s conference. While waiting for her plane to board – she encounters Elvis.
The unexpected dividends of the county’s poet laureate program
There’s been a lot of talk about the polarized world we live in. It seems to be harder and harder for us to talk to each other in a civilized way.
We’re visiting with Miranda Cooper, a writer who has a fascination with alligators.
In honor of Mother’s Day – which this Sunday – we asked Las Vegas writer, Jennifer Battisti to read a poem about her own jump into motherhood.
Her poem is “The First Week.”
Two works by the renowned Beat poet, who will give a reading and conduct a workshop in Las Vegas this week
Michael McClure is a poet, and more.
In the 1950s, McClure was a key figure in the San Francisco poetry renaissance and one of the original Beat poets.
A couple of weeks ago, a poem with an intriguing title caught our eye.
If you enjoy poetry – and we hope you do - poetry about love is fun to read any day of the year. But Valentine’s Day gives us an extra special excuse to indulge.