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On Saturday, January 13th, author Diana Raab will be teaching a Writer’s Workshop for our Vroman’s Ed Series. Writing For Bliss with Diana Raab will be held from 12pm-3pm. We wanted to give you a little look into Diana’s life and how she became a writer,her style and the benefits that writing brings to her. […]

Towards the end of May we are so excited to host Jacqueline Suskin!! She has a new book out titled, Go Ahead & Like It. We were able to ask her a few questions about how she got started writing poetry and how the Poem Store came about as well as a little look into […]

Monday Mentions – Poetry Picks

by Jessica on April 13, 2015

Happy Monday! In honor of National Poetry Month I thought we should have some poetry recommends up this week! Over on our Tumblr we’re doing a Poet of the Day and highlighting some great poets this month so be sure to head over there and check that out too! But for now…onto our poetry suggestions! […]

Monday Mentions – Picks by Sarah Anne!

by Jessica on April 6, 2015

Not only is Sarah Anne a wonderful spirit she also happens to work downstairs in our Book Department as a Supervisor. She’s always willing to help no matter what the task and does so with a smile on her face. This week we’re highlighting some of her recommends from all around the store. If you’d […]

National Poetry Month!

by Jessica on April 2, 2015

Mixed Bag of Monday Recommendations!

by Jessica on March 2, 2015

Happy Monday, ya’ll! Hope everyone had a spectacular weekend that involved reading and resting. It is Monday so that means we have a few recommendations for you in case you are looking for that new read. Here’s a few from all over the store. From our Philosophy, Religion, Spirituality Section: The Pocket Pema Chodron  By […]

Last Day of National Poetry Month!

by Ruby on April 30, 2010

April is coming to an end, and with it, National Poetry Month. I hope you’ve all enjoyed reading the poems Vroman’s employees have picked; I certainly have. If you haven’t… well, at least it’s almost over. I saved today’s poems for last on purpose. They come from Danny, our Shipping/Receiving manager. Charles Bukowski is one […]

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Poetry and Tweets

by Ruby on April 13, 2010

After our wildly successful National Poetry Month event on Saturday, I am in the mood for more poetry. This one comes to us via Anne, our merchandising manager. More of her favorites can be found on the poetry display in the main store. Anne Sexton is a Pulitzer Prize winning poet who suffered depression and […]

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The Like List

by Patrick on April 15, 2009

It feels like a down sort of afternoon, so I thought I’d try to counteract that by talking about some things I like right now.  The list is very incomplete, but it’s a start: Tim Wakefield took a no-hitter into the 8th inning tonight.  This wouldn’t matter much to me — I tend to think […]

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Molly McDonald on Falsetto and Poetry

by Patrick on April 14, 2009

The latest installment of The Millions “National Poetry Month” series is up, and it’s amazing.  You really must click over and read Molly McDonald’s post about attempting to capture falsetto in her work.  She uses the Rolling Stones’ album Tattoo You as a jumping off point.  Here’s a snippet: They are not quite love songs, […]