2019 Sponsors Russ's Party Store in Waterford, MI Sue & Frank Camilleri
Margaret Birch, Township Treasurer Gardner-White of Waterford
Kimberly Markee, Township Clerk
The purpose of the Poetry Leaves project is to make poetry a part of the everyday lives of Waterford residents and visitors to the Township. The exhibition will run May 1st - 15th on the Township Campus, including Township Hall (1st, 2nd & 3rd floors), the Department of Public Works lobby, and the library. A small outdoor exhibit of kid' poems will also be on the Civic Center campus. Remote locations of the indoor exhibit are the Waterford Recreation Center, Waterford Senior Center, Mason Middle School, and Grayson Elementary School.
If you submitted a poem for the 2019 Poetry Leaves Exhibit, use this location guide to help locate your poem.
The deadline for 2019 poetry entries has now passed.
You can print out a copy of your poem, download, complete & sign this printable PERMISSION FORM and turn in paper copies of both at the Library.
If you have an account with Submittable.com, or want to create one (it's free), click on the button tagged "Powered by Submittable."
Plans for the 2019 project include a video series featuring readings by published poets from the metro Detroit area and interviews exploring their creative process and sources of inspiration. Look for these on the Poetry Leaves website and facebook page in 2019. The Library continues to offer a monthly Poetry Writers Workshop. Plan to join us for the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Reception to open the new exhibition.
Poetry Writers Workshops, led by Glen Armstrong. Come with a pen/pencil & paper and leave with a poem. Meets on the 3rd Thursday of the month, 7:00p-8:00p in the Library Conference Room