Spring for Poetry has Sprung

The new Spring for Poetry Posters are up around town.

Here are the locations of this year’s posters. You can also see a slide show with a selection of the posters below:

Eytan Eytan
The Wind Grinds
4328 Carroll, Front of Historic Takoma

Robert Frost
Neither Out Far, Nor in Deep & Nothing Gold Can Stay
Carroll at Spring Mill Bakery

Lisa Suhair Maja
Primal Touch

John Clare
I Am
7210 Carroll, Purple House

Moshe Dor
Expelled & A Little Is Enough
Carroll & Park, Corner

Fady Joudah and Ruth White
Mimesis & A Spider on
Corner Capital City Cheesecake, Carroll Ave

Marilyn Nelson & Wendell Berry
Dusting & Dust
Fair Day’s Play, 7048 Carroll

Lisel Mueller
When I Am Asked
Roscoe’s Restaurant, 7040 Carroll

Navajo Chant
Song of the Sun and Moon
Carroll at Bandstand

Federico Garcia Lorca, trans. Donald Hall
Six Strings
Carroll at Bandstand

Rachel Korn, trans.
A Pretty Dress &
Carroll at Bandstand

Abd Allah ibn al-Simak, trans. form Arabic
The Garden
Middle Eastern Market, 7006 Carroll

Emily Dickinson
Wild Night & This Is My Letter to the World
Scissors and Comb, 7009 Carroll

Richard Howard
from Oystering
near REPUBLIC, 6937 Laurel

E. Ethelbert Miller
If God Invented Baseball
Front of Polly Sue’s, 6909 Laurel

Maya Angelou
Under old Town Clock

Alice Notley
The Goddess Who Created This Passing World
Near Takoma Beverage

Joe Salerno
No Wife, No Kids, No Work
Post Office — 6909 Laurel

Marta Kornblith
The Books of the Dead
TP Community Center

Karla Báez
I Seek Women
City Library

Claude McKay
Harlem Shadows
City Library

Spring 2018 Newsletter is Out

The Spring 2018 Friends of the Takoma Park Maryland Library newsletter is hot off the press. In this issue, there are stories about the upcoming FTPML annual meeting (March 27); Spring for Poetry; our little free libraries; the library’s children’s programs; the Big Book Club and more. Snag your copy here, or pick up a copy in the library.