Congratulations to Libby Campbell, the 2010 Pinesong dedicatee. To read the full dedication, and one of her poems, click here. For historical Pinesong dedications, go to the
Anthology Dedications section.
Congratulations to Anya Russian, the 2010 Poet Laureate Award winner. To read
Anya's winning poem and the poems of previous Poet Laureate Award winners, see
The NCPS Awards Day Meeting is Saturday, May 15 at the Weymouth Center in Southern Pines! For a detailed calendar, click here.
With the addition of Terri Kirby Erickson's Telling Tales of Dusk, the NCPS Member
Poetry Book List
has grown to 82 books by 39 members. All current NCPS members are invited to submit their own
books of poetry for inclusion in this list.
With the addition of Keep and Give Away by Susan Meyers,
Brockman-Campbell Poetry Pages
have now been created for nine winning books. All Brockman-Campbell
Book Award winners are invited to participate.
NCPS E-Muse: Would you like to receive e-mails about upcoming
NCPS meetings and events of interest? Send a quick e-mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address, and e-mail information and ask
to be added to our e-database. We'd be delighted to update you in cyberspace!
Check out the
North Carolina Poet Laureate webpages on the
North Carolina Arts Council website for features on North Carolina poets.
To bring a humanities scholar or poet to your community for a six-session
poetry series, see the North Carolina Center for the Book's
NC Reads NC: Our Poets Speak.
From the time of its birth in Charlotte in 1932, the
North Carolina Poetry Society has given awards for excellence
in poetry. In addition to the
Brockman-Campbell Book Award,
the NCPS sponsors annual
with awards in 9 adult and 5 student categories.
For an overview of North Carolina Poetry Society activities, see the NCPS President's
The NCPS does NOT accept manuscripts or publish
books of poetry for members or visitors.
You may submit your individual poems to our annual