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Off the Stacks: The Librarians' National Poetry Month Picks

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As we're deep into National Poetry Month, librarians and literary mavens Talya Sokoll and Emily Tragert of the Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, Massachusetts have shared with us a sampling of favorite poems from their fellow faculty members for the April edition of their GrubWrites series. 


April is National Poetry Month, and to celebrate we asked English faculty and the library staff to share a poem they love. Check out the poems they chose below, and if you have a poem of your own to share, we’d love to hear about it!

April 22, 2016 | The Librarians

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The Librarians Have Landed: Meet Grub's Newest Book Experts

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When I mentioned to the folk at Grub HQ that a couple of librarians had agreed to be the latest regular contributors to GrubWrites, the consensus was that "there's just something magical about librarians." While it's not for me to determine the source of their mystical power (who’s to say whether it’s their encyclopedic knowledge of literature, their faint aroma of parchment and tea leaves, because they’re the keepers of the books, or all of the above) it’s my pleasure to introduce Talya Sokoll and Emily Tragert, librarians at the Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, Massachusetts. 

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April 8, 2016 | The Librarians

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