The Mountain Day brings the poem To be in Love, found on pages 236-237. “To be in love at eighteen? It is like an abundant spring garden…”
Tag Archives: spring
Spring has sprung and with it seeds are flowering across the backyard meadow. Some new seeds are planting here with launch of Three by Five, a new interview series that goes live on April 3rd. Over the course of the month, on days of the month with a ‘3’ in them, five questions from interviews of authors, writers, indie artists and other interesting or intriguing people will be posted. Three by Five will continue as a recurring feature with at least one new interview subject a month.
Author First Look – a chance to read the first chapter, or a few poems, by indie authors and writers.
Book + Review will continue with new reviews posted intermittently. You might find your next favorite author or at least, a good read for an upcoming flight, vacation, commute, treadmill walk or just because.
Through the fall, I’ll continue the current calls for submission for two anthologies, Dress Right Dress: The Uniform and its Stories, and Repeal Day: When DADT Became History.
If you’re part of the writing community, and interested in a guest posting here just send me a message.
And there will be the occasional blog tour where you will find other indie authors tagged for you to discover.
Coming tomorrow – the first Pulitzer Remix posting – found poems from each of the Pulitzer Prize winning fiction books. Eighty-five poets writing thirty poems, posting one each day of the month of April in honor of National Poetry Month. You’ll find mine posted here along with a link for the main site where you’ll be able to visit the other 84 poets and their found poems (and mine).
Links: Three by Five, Author First Look, Book + Review, Dress Right Dress: The Uniform and its Stories Info and Call For Submissions, Repeal Day: When DADT Became History Info and Call for Submissions, Pulitzer Remix, National Poetry Month, Random Spring.