Check out my guest post about writing with purposeful purposelessness and how place finds its way into my work on C.A. LaRue's blog, BoneSpark! and don't forget--this Saturday, March 22, as part of the Berkshire Festival of Women Writers WOMAN TALK: Reading and discussion with Amy Dryansky, Annie Boutelle & Ellen Doré Watson Hosted by … Continue reading Writing Without Purpose (On Purpose)
It’s March, so it must be time for the Berkshire Festival of Women Writers! If you live in or around the western MA, VT, NY, CT (polar) vortex, check out the month long line-up of readings, panels and special events here. If you want to visit with Pokey, I'll be here: Woman Talk: Voices We … Continue reading The Real March Madness: Berkshire Festival of Women Writers
It's Day 22, and I only have 6 more days to reach my goal for the Tupelo 30/30 Project. I hope you've enjoyed the poems, and I ask you to please consider making even a small donation--$10, $15, $20? You can sponsor either me or another 30/30 Project poet by making a donation to Tupelo … Continue reading 6 More Days to Reach My Goal!
Blame it on all those Facebook surveys. It's day 20 of the Tupelo Press 30/30 Erotic Poem Project, and I needed inspiration. Damned badly, as Robert might say. Scroll down to read the poem here, and check out the 30/30 site for more poems by me and the other stalwarts. And please consider signing up … Continue reading It’s Come to This: the Downton Poem
A belated V'day post in which I objectify an object for Day 14 of the Tupelo 30/30 Erotic Poem Project...Blue Vase with Dark Interior. You can also check out my ekphrastic poem based on a woodcut by Utamaro...Unaji:Nape. Plus lots of other poems by my stalwart cohorts at the 30/30 Project.
Maybe you knew it would come to this: my first poem made from Facebook posts. Ergo, sexy rabbits. Please consider sponsoring me in this ahem! worthy endeavor. And don't forget, make a donation of $50 or more and get the anthology, Myrhh, Mothwing, Smoke, from Tupelo Press!
Day 6 poems have arrived over at the 30/30 project. I attempted a "blason" thanks to Jeneva Burroughs Stone. As usual, things did not go exactly as planned...but that's good, right? Go see what a blason is--you know you're curious.