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The Poetic Hill: Impossibly Free

Tori Collins has long been inspired by the power of words—she cites James Baldwin, Gwendolyn Brooks, Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes, and E. Ethelbert Miller...

What Lies Within – The Poetic Hill

Capitol Hill resident Sarah Dawn Petrin is a humanitarian, poet and writer who is the author of “Bring Rain: Helping Humanity in Crisis,” in...

Jesus Had A Name for You

Chris Haley has published two previous books of poetry ‒ “Obsessions” and “Until the Right One Comes Along” ‒ and has just issued a...

Just for Kids at BookFest May 1

This year’s Children’s Corner at the Literary Hill BookFest promises to be the best yet! Capitol Hill schoolteacher Nicole Siegel is coordinating a day of...

BookFest Live! Meet Hill Authors at Eastern Market on May 1

Let's take this offline! Tired of having to see your favorite writers via Zoom? Can’t bear another online book talk? Come join us at the...

Face to Face: The Poetic Hill

Capitol Hill poet Jean Nordhaus is the author of several highly regarded poetry collections, including “A Bracelet of Lies” (1987), “The Porcelain Apes of Moses Mendelssohn” (2002), “Innocence” (2006),...

Joe Bisicchia’s Corvus Frugilegus

Joe Bisicchia’s works have appeared in numerous publications, with more than 170 individual poems published, and he received an Honorable Mention for the Fernando...

Folger, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Collab on Poetic Mix...

On Tuesday, Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m. the Folger Shakespeare Library will get together with the legendary Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and...

Getting to the Point: The Literary Hill

Getting to the Point An early 17th-century explorer described it as “a site where heaven and earth converged to frame a place perfectly designed for...

Poem: Walking on Capitol Hill

L.B. Sedlacek is a poet, editor, publisher, author, and poetry reviewer whose poetry, fiction and non-fiction have appeared in numerous journals, zines and newspapers....
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