A poem, “Life Cycle of Clouds,” from Linda’s new book, The Blue Divide, was produced as a video by students from Western Michigan University. Source: https://vimeo.com/538814150
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Linda Nemec Foster‘s poem, “City of Stone, City of Trees,” was selected to be produced as a video/poem with watercolor animation by Matvey Rezanov (who worked on the Oscar-nominated film “Coraline”) and music score by Lena Orsa. The piece was screened at the REELpoetry Video/Film Festival sponsored by Public Poetry in Houston. The Festival’s program […]
Linda Nemec Foster was a featured poet for the Bridgewater International Poetry Festival’s “Holiday Playlist” on December, 11, 2020.
Linda Nemec Foster is invited to read her poetry for Rattle’s weekly online program, “Poets Respond,” on November 22, 2020. Source and full video: https://youtu.be/4aGFpSB6EAY?t=2777
Linda Nemec Foster was a featured reader for The Detroit Writers’ Guild “The Living Room Online Literary Series” on Sunday May 17, 2020. Listen to Linda read her selections using the audio player below:
Poet and translator Lisel Mueller was a member of the original MFA Program for Writers faculty at Goddard College. Her collections of poetry include The Private Life, which was the 1975 Lamont Poetry Selection; Second Language (1986); The Need to Hold Still (1980), which received the National Book Award; Learning to Play by Ear (1990); […]
Linda Nemec Foster’s new poetry manuscript, The Blue Divide (previously titled Pictures of the Floating World), was recently accepted for publication by New Issues Press as an Editor’s Choice selection. The book will be published in Spring of 2021. Below is the official announcement from New Issues: For more information, please click here to visit […]
The following photos were taken during Linda’s classroom discussions, lectures, and meetings at the Academy of Technology and Humanities in Bielsko-Biala, Poland during the month of October, 2019.
One of the sponsors of her residency was the city of Bielsko-Biala. Dr. Tony Foster, Deputy Mayor Adam Rusniak, and Linda Nemec Foster stand in front of the historic City Hall in late October, 2019.
The program and publication was presented to the International Joint Commission on Great Lakes in Traverse City, Michigan. For more information about this environmental cause, visit the organizers’ (FLOW – For Love of Water) website at: https://flowforwater.org