The Sacramento Press included the SCC Library poetry display in its recent coverage of National Poetry Month in Sacramento:
“Sacramento City College is featuring an exhibit of poems located on the second floor of the library to celebrate National Poetry Month. According to Judith Howe, the curator of the exhibit, which includes illustrated poems, free verse and various forms, the library has hosted this exhibit for several years. Poems may be dropped off at the library desk on the second floor or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org to be included.
“Additionally, an interactive display, “Wordplay,” teaches people about poetry forms and provides ideas for creating poems. A display of books and other media showcases poets from around the world including Sacramento poets featured in a DVD titled, “I Began to Speak.” The library’s impressive collection of poetry includes works by Neruda, Rilke, Rumi, Ginsberg, Kerouac, and names less familiar that might be found in the many anthologies.”
We’re practically famous!