2013 and prior events
I'm on NPR's All Things Considered tonight! I'm this month's News Poet which means I will be writing a poem about today's news... on deadline. I'm the last segment in the show (since I'm writing about all of the day's news) so stay tuned through the whole thing to listen. Also, I'm liveblogging my day via my Twitter handle @tessathon. For Twitter-phobes, you can just click on that link to see what I'm saying or go on over to my contact page where I have a live Twitter feed running.
UPDATE: The poem is live: http://www.npr.org/2012/08/20/159349948/newspoet-tess-taylor-writes-the-day-in-verse
This time, reviewing Stag's Leap by Sharon Olds. Listen in.
Also, check out my review of Gravity's Engines by Caleb Scharf here.
A wonderful chance to talk about Amy Clampitt's poem The Hermit Thrush with the Poetry Foundation. Listen! http://www.poetryfoundation.org/journal/audioitem.html?id=2562
What a treat to read outside the New York Public Library with these other wonderful poets. The theme is lyric history-- and I hope to see you there!
Reading at Berkshire Wordfest with the lovely Hannah Fries and other Berkshire poets at The Mount- Edith Wharton's home, July 25, 3pm.
Details here: http://berkshirewordfest.org/attend/speakers
See the first entry in Tess's new column Stanza in The Barnes & Noble Review
You'll find Tess up in Lenox Massachusetts this year as the Amy Clampitt Resident.
More info on the Amy Clampitt website.
Tess on the PSA website
Tess is a 2007 Artist in Residence at the Headlands Center for the Arts
Tess is a William Randolf Hearst Fellow this year at the American Antiquarian Society