White Cross School Announces Split This Rock’s New Poetry Database
In their blog post on the online journal of North Carolina's Writers' Network, White Cross School announces The Quarry and explains how to properly search to find poets from your area. To read their full post, visit their blog.
Ron Charles of the Washington Post offers a Style Blog on the launch of Split This Rock's new online resource: The Quarry: A Social Justice Poetry Database. To read his full post, visit the Style Blog.
Split This Rock as a Great Resource for Social Justice Poetry
Larry Ferlazzo, a highly awarded teacher from Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, CA, announces The Quarry's launch on his blog and explains why it is a perfect resource for teachers to research social justice issues. He also added it to his popular and useful post "The Best Teacher Resource Sites for Social Justice Issues" . Visit Ferlazzo's blog for his entire post.
On his blog, Ross wrote a wonderfully complimentary post commending Split This Rock on the new social justice poetry database and explains, as a teacher, how it will prove as a useful and essential resource for him and the community at large. Read Ross' full post on his blog.
In her article "Split This Rock Launches The Quarry", Harriet Staff of Poetry Foundation announces Split This Rock's new poetry database, The Quarry, and comments on its significance as the first of its kind. Read the full article on Poetry Foundation's website and explore The Quarry!
In Three to Read #11, Amanda Oaks, founding editor of Words Dance Publishing, gives special mention to Split This Rock's April 24th poem of the week, "A Small Needful Fact," by Ross Gay. Read the full post at Words Dance Publishing. Read Ross Gay's full poem at BlogThisRock.
Executive Director Sarah Browning pens a wonderful write-up about our January Department of Justice poetry drop in response to the grand jury's decision not to indict Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown. Read the full write-up.
7 Questions: Sarah Browning, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Split This Rock
The Catalogue for Philanthropy conducts a seven question interview with Executive Director Sarah Browning. She talks about what motivated her to start Split This Rock, who inpsires her, and what's coming up next for her. Read the full interview!