December Press Release – Denton Poets’ Assembly

by Rich Weatherly

Dallas/Fort Worth and Denton area poets and lovers of poetry are invited to our December 15th meeting at the Emily Fowler Central Library, 502 Oakland Street, Denton, Texas from 10 – Noon.

Denton Poets’ Assembly members met on November 17th. The group shared their writings for

Denton Poets’ Assembly logo

the Rondeau assignment given last month by Paul Holcomb, as well as a free choice poem. Paul Holcomb presented a lesson on next month’s assignment, the Triolet.

Beth Honeycutt plans to publish a Chapbook in the spring of 2013 through Finishing Line Press. It will be a collection of poems containing magic realism, with a female character and her search, appropriately, for direction.

Two poems by Annie Neugebauer have been selected for publication by Deep South Magazine: “Nights in Texas,” a free verse poem, and “Rust Never Sleeps,” an ottava rima. The magazine is online here: http://deepsouthmag.com/

For more information, visit www.DentonPoetsAssembly.weebly.com.

Our next meeting will be held Saturday, December 15th.

Denton Poets’ Assembly Meets on the third Saturday each month for its monthly meeting. Everyone is invited. Time: 10 AM – Noon
Location: Emily Fowler Central Library
502 Oakland Street
Denton, TX 76201

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2 responses to “December Press Release – Denton Poets’ Assembly

  1. Once lived in ‘Big D’ (Richardson) and loved Texas — still do! You’re lucky: if I were anywhere near the Denton area, I’d be coming to that Poetry Assembly on December 15. The very best to you, Rich, and your good friends and fellow poets.

    • Thanks for your kind words, Billy Ray!
      Except for the time my dad was in the Navy, my time in the Navy can college, I’ve lived here my entire life. Our roots here go back to the mid-1850s. Denton Poet’s Assembly is represented by some of the best poets in Texas including a Poet Laureate of Texas from a couple years back.

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