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“The Romantics and the Bohemians wrote poems to impress girls and get drunk–exactly what Chet is trying to bring to Nashville.”

Hi there peeps. I took the day off from my day job today so I could work on URB stuff, and I’m really excited about some of the stuff we’re bringing into the world in the next fews months, not least Signs Over the Pacific and Other Stories and The Mask Game. I’ll be working on The Mask Game cover art in the next few weeks.

This afternoon I stopped at East Side Story and met their proprietor, Chuck Beard, and dropped off some copies of Apocalypse Now: Poems and Prose from the End of Days. Chuck posed for a photo (below).

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Lots of news to report! For Apocalypse Now: Poems and Prose from the End of Days contributors: a review of The Happy Zombie Sunrise Home by Margaret Atwood and Naomi Alderman is up at The Toronto Review of Books; Booklist Online has a new cute, contentless interview with Paolo Bacigalupi; Davis McCombs received the 2013 Laman Library Writers Fellowship; reviews of Daddy Love by Joyce Carol Oates are up at Pop Matters and The Times; and Chet Weise is featured in the latest issue of Native (check out page 35). If you live near Bellingham, WA, you should go see him performing poetry (and selling anthologies!) on 22 February 2013 with two seminal garage/punk bands, The Mono Men and Fireballs of Freedom.

front_cover_800px__93307.1359477875.800.600 For 140 And Counting contributors: David C. Kopaska-Merkel‘s Luminous Worlds should come out this month from Dark Regions Press; David was also recently interviewed by The Mystic Nebula; Peter Newton‘s haiku appeared in Neverending Story; so did Liam Wilkinson‘s; Jonathan Pinnock has two poems in The Pygmy Giant: “Dissonant Love Song #2” and “Dali’s Moustache“, and The Independent gave his Dot Dash four stars; Miriam Sagan‘s short story “The Nun” appears in Orion headless.

7 February 2013

[Miriam] Sagan’s poems filled my eyes so much that the rest of my senses began to ache in comparison.

Carboniferous Layer of Life, a book review by Mary Alexandra Agner.

28 January 2013

hundreds of gourds

Wild celebration and exhaustion at Casa URB this week, because our Kickstarter campaign for Apocalypse Now has reached its goal! It’s still active until noon Central on Monday, and we’re hoping to make enough extra to print 250 extra books, to be able to sell them at some readings we have tentatively planned for Denver and Nashville and maybe some other places, and at the party we’ll be throwing at the AWP conference in March.

 
If you’re only interested in an ebook copy, this is still a good time to get it, because it’ll cost you $2 less than if you wait until it’s out on Amazon, B&N, the iStore, etc. (Our authors still get their regular royalties despite the discount, so no worries about exploitation. The only entities missing out are the corporations that run the online bookstores, which normally take 30 to 35% of the cover price.)

 

Apocalypse Now contributor Margaret Atwood was awarded the title of Companion of Literature, the highest honour in the Royal Society of Literature, on November 28th. A recording of her remarks will be available sometime in December in the RSL Library.

Vineland, New Jersey’s Cumberland County College is hosting Joyce Carol Oates as part of their One Book-One College reading campaign, on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 7 p.m. It’s free and open to the public.

 

A Hundred Gourds has posted their December issue, with lots of 140 And Counting contributors in it: Jim Kacian is pictured at the 2012 Haiku Festival Aotearoa in Tauranga, New Zealand with one of his poems on the Haiku Pathway and in a Katikati pub; the issue contains haiku and tanka by Helen Buckingham (1, 2, 3), Chen-ou Liu (1, 2, 3, 4), Peter Newton (1, 2, 3, 4), and Christina Nguyen (1, 2); and, finally, John McManus has written a review of T.D Ingram‘s haiku ebook Hiss of Leaves.

Other news for 140 And Counting contributors: Miriam Sagan‘s short story “M.I.A.” appeared in issue 4 of Literary Orphans; Darusha Wehm‘s story “The Care and Feeding of Mammalian Bipeds, v. 2.1” was in Escape Pod on November 15th; and The Haiku Foundation has posted their Video Haiga #7: radium by Jim Kacian:

1 December 2012

50 cent party

News for 140 And Counting contributors: Miriam Sagan is doing a reading for her new book Seven Places in America: A Poetic Sojourn on October 30th at Collected Works Bookstore in Santa Fe; and, China Daily features Ken Liu (autoplays music).

Strange Horizons (whose funding drive is still going strong) has posted their monthly round-up of their contributors’ news, and they include some URB alums: Elizabeth Barrette has been talking about serial poetry at the Poetree Dreamwidth community, and Peg Duthie (who in addition to being in 140 And Counting, also published her collection Measured Extravagance with URB) has a poem + photograph combo (“Hide“) published by unFold.

News for Apocalypse Now: Poems and Prose from the End of Days contributors: Joyce Carol Oates is reading at New Jersey’s Ramapo Visiting Writers Series on November 12th; the UCD Advocate features Nicky Beer; and, Margaret Atwood is pairing with Naomi Alderman to write the young adult serial The Happy Zombie Sunrise Home. Incidentally, I had a chance to speak briefly with Atwood at the Nashville Public Library yesterday (where she was giving a public lecture about The Handmaid’s Tale and related topics) and she told me that her story in Apocalypse Now, “The Silver Astroturfer,” was written to be speculative, but that she’s since found out that it’s actually happening in China (she told me to google “the 50 cent kids“). Subscribers to the Sunday Times, by the way, can read it here (and the rest of you can read it when the book comes out).

28 October 2012

eating alone

140 And Counting contributor news:

Lyrical Press has released L. K. Below‘s contemporary romance novel Beauty in His Bed.

Mike Meginnis and Berit Ellingsen have collaborated to write “Your Very Own Planet,” part of Meginnis’ text adventure EXITS ARE.

Alex Campbell has posted a detailed review of Neil Ellman‘s Convergence & Conversion: Ekphrastic Poems.

Some of Chen-ou Liu‘s senryu have been translated at Akita International Haiku Network. Also, his My Pond Calling Out to Basho’s Frog: Selected Frog Haiku is available at Scribd. It was written in response to Basho’s haiku:

The old pond;
A frog jumps in —
The sound of the water.

Ken Liu‘s “The Caretaker” is being read at Escape Pod.

Maya Malhar‘s story “Marred” was a runner-up in the 1000words inaugural #flashcomp (the five winning stories, but not the runners-up, are posted on the linked site).

An excerpt from Nora Nadjarian‘s micronovel “The Republic of Love” has been posted by Contemporary World Literature.

Kathy Uyen Nguyen and Lucas Stensland have short poems in the July issue of Four and Twenty.

Stella Pierides has been busy! She has haiku in Haiku News (“global warming…” and “did you miss“) and in multiverses (“eating alone“), senryu in Prune Juice (“rice paper“), and haibun in Contemporary Haibun Online (“Feeding the Doves” and “The Haircut“).

Miriam Sagan has two poems about water in the Duke City Fix feature The Sunday Poem.

29 July 2012

Road Trips to the Moon

140 And Counting contributors:

Neil Ellman has two poems in Pyrokinection and another in featherlit.

Ken Liu has been interviewed by SF Signal.

C. Martinez‘s “Muse” has been recorded by Xe Sands.

Stella Pierides has a poem in Haiku News, and one of her haiku was one of the three Dottie Dot Awards of the June full moon viewing party of the Haiku Bandit Society. She’s also joined the The Haiku Foundation’s poet registry.

Finally, if you’re anywhere close to Santa Fe, check out Teresa Neptune and Miriam Sagan‘s collaboration “Road Trips to the Moon” at 6 pm on Friday, July 13 at the New Mexico History Museum Auditorium.

21 June 2012

Written in fire

The Tennessee Women’s Theater Project‘s sixth annual Women’s Work features 140 And Counting contributor Gwendolyn Joyce Mintz‘s The Story of my Life (So Far?) at the Looby Theatre in Nashville on May 17th at 7:30 pm.

Other 140 And Counting contributor news:

Miriam Sagan‘s poetry has been given wings by artist Christy Hengst — their show Wendover Landing opens at 516 Gallery, 516 Central Ave SW, Albuquerque the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend. See a preview at Miriam’s Well.

Neil Ellman‘s poetry appeared with an interview in The South Townsville micro poetry journal on May 1st.

Chen-ou Liu‘s haiku appeared on May 2nd in Issa’s Untidy Hut: the poetry blog for Lilliput Review.

And one we missed when it came out: Ken Liu‘s touching short story “Memories of My Mother,” from the March 19th Daily Science Fiction.

6 May 2012

Couplets: a multi-author poetry blog tour

Upper Rubber Boot Books coordinated this multi-author blog tour for April, to help promote poetry and poets for National Poetry Month.

 

Entries

  1. 1 April 2012: what we make waiting for death (Lyn Lifshin at Joanne Merriam).
  2. 1 April 2012: Kristine Ong Muslim on Arlene Ang’s “Living Without Water” (guest post) (at Peg Duthie’s zirconium).
  3. 1 April 2012: Gillena Cox (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose)).
  4. 1 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés – Neil Aitken (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry).
  5. 1 April 2012: National Poetry Month: Guest Post #1, Stella Pierides . . . (at Margaret Dornaus’ Haiku-doodle)
  6. 1 April 2012: National Poetry Month: Margaret Dornaus (at Stella Pierides: Literature, Art, Culture, Society).
  7. 2 April 2012: National Poetry Month: Guest Post #2, Jenny Ward Angyal . . . (at Margaret Dornaus’ Haiku-doodle)
  8. 2 April 2012: Margaret Dornaus (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose)).
  9. 3 April 2012: how will we translate ourselves? (Deirdre Dwyer at Joanne Merriam).
  10. 3 April 2012: Couplets: a multi-author poetry blog tour — Marty Smith (at Shiteki Na Usagi [T.A. Smith/Yousei Hime])
  11. 3 April 2012: Translation in poetry: thorny problems — a guest post by Sue Burke (at Heather Kamins: fiction, poetry, and other necessities)
  12. 3 April 2012: Yousei Hime (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose)).
  13. 3 April 2012: National Poetry Month: Guest Post #3, Cara Holman . . . (at Margaret Dornaus’ Haiku-doodle)
  14. 3 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés – Hannah Stephenson (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry).
  15. 4 April 2012: Couplets Blog Tour: Carol Berg Hosts Peg Duthie (at Ophelia Unraveling)
  16. 4 April 2012: Christina Nguyen (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  17. 4 April 2012: National Poetry Month: Guest Post #4, Christina Nguyen (at Margaret Dornaus’ Haiku-doodle)
  18. 4 April 2012: Featured “Couplets” Poet: Margaret Dornaus (at Christina Nguyen’s A wish for the sky…)
  19. 4 April 2012: Start with a number . . . (Sonja deVries, Yael Flusberg, Janine Harrison, Jaime Lee Jarvis, and Margaret Rozga at JoAnne Growney’s Intersections — Poetry with Mathematics)
  20. 5 April 2012: writing is my excuse for being myself (Jenniey Tallman at Joanne Merriam).
  21. 5 April 2012: National Poetry Month: Guest Post #5, Kirsten Cliff . . . (at Margaret Dornaus’ Haiku-doodle)
  22. 5 April 2012: Poetry of the Urban Pastoral (Celia Lisset Alvarez at Scattered Showers in a Clear Sky: Poetry, Gardening, Birding, and other reflections on life [Anne Higgins])
  23. 5 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés — S. Abbas Raza (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry).
  24. 5 April 2012: National Poetry Month: Lisa J. Cihlar (at Stella Pierides: Literature, Art, Culture, Society).
  25. 5 April 2012: Marty Smith (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  26. 6 April 2012: Don’t Wait (Carol Berg at Mary Alexandra Agner)
  27. 6 April 2012: Stella Pierides (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  28. 7 April 2012: A sestina (“Safety in Numbers”) — and variations (Harry Mathews at JoAnne Growney’s Intersections — Poetry with Mathematics)
  29. 7 April 2012: The poem itself should tell the reader the melody of itself by way of its combination of words. (Jericho Brown [autoplays music] at Joanne Merriam)
  30. 7 April 2012: “Books teach me to attend to this world” — a guest post by Lynn Domina (at Heather Kamins: fiction, poetry, and other necessities)
  31. 7 April 2012: Deb Scott (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  32. 7 April 2012: Introducing Community Activist/Poet/Playwright Bryan Thao Worra (at Wendy’s Muse [Wendy Brown-Baez])
  33. 7 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés — Ayesha Chatterjee (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry)
  34. 8 April 2012: Fiona Robyn (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  35. 9 April 2012: Guest Post: Mary Alexandra Agner (at The Wordsmith’s Forge: The Writing & Other Projects of Elizabeth Barrette)
  36. 9 April 2012: National Poetry Month: Guest Post #6, Alegria Imperial . . . (at Margaret Dornaus’ Haiku-doodle)
  37. 9 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés — O.P.W. Fredericks (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry)
  38. 9 April 2012: it requires practice, a lot of it (Christine Klocek-Lim at Joanne Merriam
  39. 9 April 2012: Andrea Grillo (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  40. 10 April 2012: Measured Extravagance by Peg Duthie (a review) (at Renee Emerson’s This Quiet Hour)
  41. 10 April 2012: guest post: poems by Christina Nguyen (at Peg Duthie’s zirconium)
  42. 10 April 2012: National Poetry Month: Guest Post #7, Claire Everett (at Margaret Dornaus’ Haiku-doodle)
  43. 10 April 2012: Kirsten Cliff (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  44. 11 April 2012: GUEST BLOG & INTERVIEW – Heather Kamins – BLUESHIFTING (at Steve Vernon’s Old Fart Rambles)
  45. 11 April 2012: Interview with Steve Vernon (at Heather Kamins)
  46. 11 April 2012: Couplets Blog Tour: Pat Valdata’s Inherent Vice (at Celia Lisset Alvarez’s Writing with Celia)
  47. 11 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés — Karen J. Weyant (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry)
  48. 11 April 2012: Open My Mouth and Sky (Ching-In Chen at Mary Alexandra Agner)
  49. 11 April 2012: National Poetry Month: Guest Post #8, Pamela Cooper . . . (at Margaret Dornaus’ Haiku-doodle)
  50. 11 April 2012: there must be a lot of power in that quiet space for there to be an all-out onslaught against it in our culture (Jeff Hardin at Joanne Merriam).
  51. 11 April 2012: Marie Marshall (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  52. 12 April 2012: Math or poetry — must one choose? (Eveline Pye at JoAnne Growney’s Intersections — Poetry with Mathematics)
  53. 12 April 2012: Ojibway Poet Heid Erdrich and the Craft of Writing (at Wendy Brown-Baez’s Wendy’s Muse)
  54. 12 April 2012: 3 Questions for Mary Alexandra Agner (at Miriam Sagan’s Miriam’s Well: Poetry, Land Art, and Beyond)
  55. 12 April 2012: Couplets Blog Tour: “Why Getting Small Details Right Matters,” by Pat Valdata (at Celia Lisset Alvarez’s Writing with Celia)
  56. 12 April 2012: James Brush (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  57. 12 April 2012: Featured “Couplets” Poet: Sue Burke (at Christina Nguyen’s A wish for the sky…)
  58. 12 April 2012: National Poetry Month: Guest Post #9, Andrea Grillo . . . (at Margaret Dornaus’ Haiku-doodle)
  59. 13 April 2012: Beginning with a Question (guest post by Lynn Domina) (at Kristine Ong Muslim)
  60. 13 April 2012: haiga: a powder brush (Peg Duthie at Joanne Merriam)
  61. 13 April 2012: Cara Holman (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  62. 14 April 2012: Contemporary American Women Poets: Kate Daniels and Jane Hirschfield (Anne Higgins at The Wordsmith’s Forge: The Writing & Other Projects of Elizabeth Barrette)
  63. 14 April 2012: Aubrie Cox (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  64. 14 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés — John Amen (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry)
  65. 16 April 2012: Featured “Couplets” Poet: Mary Rose Betten (at Christina Nguyen’s A wish for the sky…)
  66. 15 April 2012: Statistics — a lament (Robert J. MacG. Dawson at JoAnne Growney’s Intersections — Poetry with Mathematics)
  67. 15 April 2012: get out of the way of writing the poem (Sue Goyette at Joanne Merriam)
  68. 15 April 2012: On Translation, by Carol Berg (at Sue Burke‘s Mount Orégano)
  69. 15 April 2012: Johannes Berg (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  70. 16 April 2012: The poet’s process — a guest post by Peg Duthie (at Heather Kamins)
  71. 16 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés — Donna Vorreyer (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry)
  72. 16 April 2012: National Poetry Month: Guest Post #10, Sanjukta Asopa . . . (at Margaret Dornaus’ Haiku-doodle)
  73. 16 April 2012: Marie Marshall (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  74. 17 April 2012: Interview with John Amen (at Heather Kamins: fiction, poetry, and other necessities)
  75. 17 April 2012: Couplets Poetry Tour & Sharing Your Story (Renee Emerson at Michele Fischer’s Finding Your Voice)
  76. 17 April 2012: beauty and its role in all of this (Wendy Babiak at Joanne Merriam)
  77. 17 April 2012: National Poetry Month: Guest Post #11, Annie Juhl . . . (at Margaret Dornaus’ Haiku-doodle)
  78. 17 April 2012: Christina Nguyen (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  79. 18 April 2012: Following Euler In Koenigsberg (Paula Bonnell at JoAnne Growney’s Intersections — Poetry with Mathematics)
  80. 18 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés — Jim Daniels (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry).
  81. 18 April 2012: Fiona Robyn (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  82. 19 April 2012: Blueshifting by Heather Kamins (a review) (at Renee Emerson’s This Quiet Hour)
  83. 19 April 2012: Couplets: Interview with Wendy Brown-Baez (at Francis Scudellari’s Caught In The Stream)
  84. 19 April 2012: Featured “Couplets” Poet: Cara Holman (at Christina Nguyen’s A wish for the sky…)
  85. 19 April 2012: I tend to approach poems as puzzles. (Kate Buckley at Joanne Merriam)
  86. 19 April 2012: Andrea Grillo (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  87. 20 April 2012: Poetry Temptations, an interview with Diane Lockward (Wendy Brown-Baez)
  88. 20 April 2012: Revision in Science Fiction Poetry (Elizabeth Barrette at Peg Duthie’s zirconium)
  89. 20 April 2012: Couplets Tour: Carol Berg hosts Anne Higgins (at Carol Berg’s Ophelia Unraveling)
  90. 20 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés — Darla C. R. d’Aubigné (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry).
  91. 20 April 2012: Marie Marshall (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  92. 21 April 2012: Statistics — math to improve man’s lot (Mary Alexandra Agner at JoAnne Growney’s Intersections — Poetry with Mathematics)
  93. 21 April 2012: The Scruff of Poetry (Christina Nguyen at Mary Alexandra Agner’s Pantoums & Persistence)
  94. 21 April 2012: Couplets Blog Tour: Opening the Dream Cabinet with Guest Ann Fisher-Wirth (at Celia Lisset Alvarez’s Writing with Celia)
  95. 21 April 2012: Deb Scott (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  96. 22 April 2012: 3 Questions for Heather Kamins (at Miriam Sagan’s Miriam’s Well: Poetry, Land Art, and Beyond)
  97. 22 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés — David W. Landrum (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry).
  98. 22 April 2012: Couplets: a multi-author poetry blog tour — Angie Werren (at T.A. Smith/Yousei Hime’s Shiteki Na Usagi)
  99. 22 April 2012: Yousei Hime (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  100. 23 April 2012: Guest Post by Carol Berg (at The Wordsmith’s Forge: The Writing & Other Projects of Elizabeth Barrette)
  101. 23 April 2012: Couplets: Interview with Iris Jamahl Dunkle (at Francis Scudellari’s Caught In The Stream)
  102. 23 April 2012: Guest Post by Stella Pierides (at Sabra Wineteer’s The Bloomin’ Blog)
  103. And They Were Never Afraid (Sherry Chandler at Mary Alexandra Agner’s Pantoums & Persistence)
  104. 23 April 2012: Featured “Couplets” Poet: Julene Tripp Weaver (at Christina Nguyen’s A wish for the sky…)
  105. 23 April 2012: Margaret Dornaus (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  106. 24 April 2012: Macbeth and Probabiliby (Michael Round at JoAnne Growney’s Intersections — Poetry with Mathematics)
  107. 24 April 2012: Exploring the blueshift on the Couplets blog tour (review of Blueshifting at Sherry Chandler‘s blog)
  108. 24 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés — Catherine Rogers (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry)
  109. 24 April 2012: Fiona Robyn (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  110. 25 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés — Timothy Green (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry)
  111. 25 April 2012: balance and flexibility: Molly Peacock part one (at Joanne Merriam)
  112. 25 April 2012: Couplets: Crossing Genres with Iris Dunkle (at Wendy Brown-Baez’s Wendy’s Muse)
  113. 25 April 2012: Fiona Robyn (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  114. 26 April 2012: Kathy Uyen Nguyen (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  115. 26 April 2012: Couplets: My life as a poet (Anne Higgins at Sue Burke‘s Mount Orégano)
  116. 26 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés — Lizzy Swane (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry)
  117. 26 April 2012: NaPoMonth Guest: Mary Alexandra Agner (at Stella Pierides: Literature, Art, Culture, Society)
  118. 27 April 2012: elbow grease and enthusiasm: Molly Peacock part two (at Joanne Merriam)
  119. 27 April 2012: Couplets Blog Tour: Carol Berg Hosts Pat Valdata (at Carol Berg’s Ophelia Unraveling)
  120. 27 April 2012: Poetry with Math — BRIDGES 2012, Limericks (John Ciardi at JoAnne Growney’s Intersections — Poetry with Mathematics)
  121. 27 April 2012: Couplets Poetry Tour & Sharing Your Story (Lisa Cihlar at Michele Fischer’s Finding Your Voice)
  122. 27 April 2012: Stella Pierides (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  123. 28 April 2012: Three Poetry Reviews for National Poetry Month: reviews of Heather Kamins’ Blueshifting, Peg Duthie’s Measured Extravagance and Gail White’s Sonnets in a Hostile World (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry)
  124. 28 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés — Stephen Bunch (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry)
  125. 28 April 2012: Weaving Words, an interview with Ned Haggard (at Wendy Brown-Baez’s (Wendy’s Muse)
  126. 28 April 2012: Couplets Blog Tour: Celia Lisset Alvarez on Poetry & Politics (at Sunslick Starfish: chronicling the amazing ideas and adventures of Ching-In Chen: Writer & Community Organizer)
  127. 28 April 2012: From Nature’s Patient Hands: For Couplets, Elizabeth Barrette (at Wendy Babiak’s What I Meant to Say)
  128. 28 April 2012: Marty Smith (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  129. 29 April 2012: Cara Holman (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))
  130. 29 April 2012: not to edit out the surprises (Diane Lockward at Joanne Merriam)
  131. 30 April 2012: Science, Sonnets and Speculation: Peg Duthie (at Joanne Merriam)
  132. 30 April 2012: Inquiring Minds and Other Clichés — Oliver de la Paz (at Christine Klocek-Lim’s November Sky Poetry)
  133. 30 April 2012: Deb Scott (at Angie Werren’s feathers: micropoetry (and tinyprose))

 

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Couplets – April 22

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Couplets – April 12

ETA: Math or poetry — must one choose? (Eveline Pye at JoAnne Growney’s Intersections — Poetry with Mathematics).

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