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  • Published
    October 6, 2017

    Waldoboro poet, Camden Hills student big winners in VillageSoup poetry contest

    The people and the judges have spoken and the winners have been selected out of a pool of 22 local poets who submitted pieces to The VillageSoup Community Poetry Contest. Karyn Lie-Nielsen of Waldoboro won in the adult category for her poem, "I come from gardens." (The winning poems are published below. Pearl Benjamin, a 15-year-old Camden Hills Regional High School student from Camden is the winner in the youth ...

  • Published
    September 6, 2017

    A capital undertaking

    The Millay Arts & Poetry Festival runs Thursday through Saturday, Sept. 7 to 9, at venues around downtown Rockland, the city in which the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet was born 125 years ago. The first-ever fest is presented by Millay House Rockland, the literary nonprofit sparked by the rescue and restoration of the house on Broadway where Edna St. Vincent Millay was born. The family also lived in Union and, ...

  • Published
    August 30, 2017

    Staging a festival for Millay

    Edna St. Vincent Millay was born 125 years ago in a “double house” on Broadway; when she died in 1950, she left a multi-faceted legacy, not only as a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, but also as a playwright, librettist, actor, activist and writer in many forms. The recently incorporated nonprofit Millay House Rockland is dedicated to restoring her birthplace and making it a literary resource. Thursday through ...

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