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The Frost Place Conference on Poetry was held from July 12 to July 18 at Robert Frost’s former homestead in Franconia, New Hampshire. The conference featured poetry workshops, lectures, craft discussions, readings, and time to write. The faculty included poets Gabriel Fried, Joan Houlihan, John Murillo, Patrick Phillips, and Martha Rhodes. The cost of the conference was $1,500, which included lodging, transportation from the airport, and meals. Commuter tuition, which included meals, was $1,200. The fee for auditors was $1,350 for the week or $200 for a single day. Scholarships were available; the application deadline for general scholarships was April 15. The deadline for the Latin@ Scholarship, which included tuition, room, and board for a Latin@ poet, was June 15. For general registration, writers submitted three poems and a one-page letter of intent with a $25 application fee by June 15. Visit the website for more information.
Frost Place Conference on Poetry, P.O. Box 74, Franconia, NH 03580. (603) 823-5510. Sarah Audsley, Contact.