Sun, Night, Evening | Evening Watch in the North Atlantic - audio
Saturday, April 2, 2011
I've also submitted three poems, one of which should be selected soon, for inclusion in this year's Bagel Bard anthology. More about that when it gets published in early summer.
April is National Poetry Month and National Poetry Writing Month and my goal is one poem, at least ten lines long, each day in April. So far I'm 1 for 1 and I've got ideas churning for at least another two right now. I think I'm in good shape to make it.
Saturday, January 8, 2011
Thursday, April 29, 2010
In any case, it seems like the poetry scene down the Shore, at least in this area, is about as insular as the Bagel Bards, but just about as varied in experience, although this group skewed younger than the Bards. There's another reading next month at the same venue and a few other venues around the area (Borders at the Hamilton Mall, a coffee shop in Bridgeton, among them) that I'll be looking to participate in.
The next time I go, I'll have a few new poems, too, as I wrote a few new haiku today that are in addition to the NaPoWriMo daily haiku I set for myself, as well as another poem that I'll try to polish before the next reading.
On top of that, Mignon Ariel King was kind enough to publish another poem of mine, Epiphany, in her U.M.Ph.!Prose online journal.
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Trying out this Windows Live Writer which is specifically for blog updates. Looks easy enough, but it’s not like doing it the “old-fashioned” way was particularly hard. Not that I’ve been able to really keep up with the blog anyway. Working weird hours takes a lot out of you, and I just feel like a vegetable when I do have time to write.
That said, I am working on a new poem, finally. The first in a long time. Thank God something sparked an idea.