A light blue background within which says 'Scholars' Library series' in a bolder, darker blue. There is the Rhodes 'R' and inside of that there is a shelf of books of various colours.

Geza Tatrallyay Scholars’ Library

join PSOV member Geza Tatrallyay for a conversation & reading

Register for this Free Online Event at EventBrite

Thu, 28 Mar 2024 1:00 – 2:00 pm EDT 

For our March event, in conversation with another Rhodes Scholar, Geza Tatrallyay (Ontario & St Catherine’s 1972) will focus mainly on his three memoirs, For the Children, The Expo Affair and The Fencers. All three books in this trilogy of narrative memoirs are true stories of escape attempts Geza was involved in during the Cold War. They are gripping tales of bravery and the will to survive and achieve a better life in a free country and are particularly relevant today with the brutal Russian aggression in Ukraine, and the similar plight of many Ukrainian refugee families.

~By The Rhodes Trust

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Winter Poetry Reading 2024

Winter Poetry Reading

A poetry reading of Phoenix Crockett’s annual works will be presented at Despacito VT, a vegan bar and restaurant, at 8pm on Saturday, Feb 10. He is looking for 1-3 local poets to do 10 minutes as openers. Please email Phoenix by January 20th if interested in reading!

Phoenix is a new member of the Poetry Society of Vermont, if you are in the Burlington area please join him in his Winter Poetry Reading at Despacito Bar & Kitchen, 294 N Winooski Ave #112c, Burlington, VT

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Poetry at the Front

Look for furture announcements and enjoy your evening, and stay well.


Don’t miss Poetry Society of Vermont members, Karen Morris and George Longenecker reading at The Front, 6 Barre St, Montpelier, VT, on December 14th at 6:30-8:00pm.

This is a Rabbit & Wolf Event.

Our featured readers are Karen Morris and George Longenecker! I am excited to report that these two poets will be thematically reading poems back and forth in a sweet lilting dance for us to enjoy.

— Robyn Joy —
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Rabbit & Wolf Events

Poetry at The Front is this week, Thursday, 10/19 from 6:30-8pm. Our featured reader is Sarah Birgé and because our second reader cannot make it, I will be weaving in some selections and favorites throughout the evening. It’s going to be different than usual, come check it out!

rabbit&wolf will be at Another Way on Friday 11/10 from 5-6:30pm for an open mic that will coincide with their community dinner. This is open to the wider community and it’s really great to have folks come in and read that don’t normally spend any time there.

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Rabbit&Wolf Spooky Queer Poetry Night

Poetry Society of Vermont is happy to share the following news & updates from PSOV Member Robyn Joy at Rabbit & Wolf

Rabbit&Wolf Spooky Queer Poetry Night (open mic) at Fox Market and Bar is on Friday the 13th!!! I encourage you to come as you see yourself, dig into your inner you, get as wild or as tame as you feel. And bring a poem or two to share while you’re at it. It’s been getting packed and I imagine that will continue. Sign-ups open at 6:30. We’ll start at 7 with a featured reader for the first 10 minutes.

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Out of this World

A Poetry Reading from Outer Space: 100 Poems

Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium, St. Johnsbury, Vermont

October 7th at 7pm

Join us for a poetry reading with planetarium visuals:

Throughout human history, poetry has provided stories about what people observe in the sky. Stars, planets, comets, the moon, and space travel are used as metaphors for our feelings of love, loneliness, adventurousness, and awe. Editor Midge Goldberg and contributors Robert Crawford and Martin Elster will read from the anthology “Outer Space: 100 Poems,” published by Cambridge University Press, which includes poets, astronomers, and scientists from the 12th century BCE to today, from all around the world.

$15-25 cash/check suggested donation goes to the instructor.

Note that this is not a Poetry Society of Vermont event, but is organized by our friends at the Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium.