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  Finding the Leader In Your Art: A Step Toward Discovering Who You Want To Be By Amorette Lormil, aka “Epiphany” – bluapple Poetry Programs Staff Assistant & Teaching Artist    CLICK HERE for more info on the 9th annual Poetry & Leadership Conference or CLICK HERE to register now. It’s fast, it’s easy,  & IT’S FREE!    I was […]

  ABOUT THE SERIES The bluapple Poetry Network’s Educator’s Studio is a free series of workshops and discussions dedicated to providing teachers of writing and the arts with resources, concepts, and lesson plans that can be utilized in their classrooms, after school clubs, and other projects that inspire youth through poetry. Guest facilitators from Florida […]

             Test your skills at the table and support South Florida youth as you join Jason Taylor for his All-In For Literacy Virtual Championship Series!  COVID-19 has impacted all of our lives, but it cannot prevent us from supporting young people who need it most while also safely having a […]

  Dear Police Officer, How do you feel? Do you feel? Are you scared to feel Being empathetic with apathetic tendencies Targeting the community you serve like a devil’s residency How do you sleep? Do you see the lights in your head? Blistering visions of your rights taken away, causing dread The red and blue […]

  “Fear of Forgiveness”, an original poem written and performed by bluapple alum Rod, a 2019 graduate of Fort Lauderdale High School and current student at Florida International University Today’s poem, “Fear of Forgiveness” is brought to you by poet Rod, a 2019 graduate from Fort Lauderdale HS and current rising sophomore at Florida International […]

  “”, an original poem written and performed by Just John, Marnino & Chris Mazzara Poet Just John has teamed up with South Plantation High School educator and poet Christopher Mazzara and South Florida artist, educator and activist Marnino to bring us this insightful piece on how different perspectives affect the way protestors are perceived. […]