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National (Guerilla) Poetry Month With Zero Forbidden Goals

April 10, 2018 | Cody Drabble

April is National Poetry Month. In Sacramento, Zero Forbidden Goals is hosting several pop-up poetry events with a twist to make it National Guerilla Poetry Month. Poet Andru Defeye joins to preview the events and perform one of his own works.

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El Dorado County Students Compete In Poetry Out Loud

February 8, 2018 | Chris Remington

El Dorado County students share their words ahead of the Poetry Out Loud competition on Friday night.

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Poetry From Prison

October 16, 2017 | Chris Remington

Life without parole inmate Mike Owens has published his first book of poetry and personal essays. We talk to Sacramento Poet Laureate Bob Stanley about what drew him to Mike's story and poetry.

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Sacramento's New Poet Laureate Wants Every Voice Heard During Tumultuous Political Climate

January 30, 2017

Sacramento’s new poet laureate for 2017 brings a rich cultural history, from the farms of North Carolina to engineering with Intel in Rancho Cordova. Indigo Moor explains his transformation into poet laureate.

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Local Poet And Professor Jan Haag

April 27, 2016

Local poet and Sacramento City College journalism professor Jan Haag joins Insight to share a new anthology of poetry and essays.

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Art Show: “Women in the Convex Mirror: Women’s Self Portraits.”

March 11, 2016

We'll talk with the curator of a new art show and American River College art department head about the nature of how women view themselves in the age of the selfie.

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Sacramento Teenager Wins California Poetry Competition

March 1, 2016 | Contact Bob Moffitt

A Sacramento County boy has won the California Poetry Out Loud competition at the State Capitol.

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