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My PoMoSco Experience Part 2 and a Poetry Book Giveaway (The Splinter Factory)

I’m back to tell you about my next five experiences with prompts from Found Poetry Review’s PoMoSco (Poetry Month Scouts) project and remind you that you still have some time if you want to enter to win a copy of The Splinter Factory by Jeffrey McDaniel. (Enter with the Rafflecopter Read more →

My PoMoSco Experience Part 1 and a Poetry Book Giveaway (The Splinter Factory)

After spending April working at my internship site and participating in Found Poetry Review’s Poetry Month Scouts (PoMoSco) and the beginning of May finishing my internship, graduating (hurray), and taking a couple of weeks to rest my brain, I’m back to the blogosphere. Since the PoMoSco site is only up Read more →

A Month of Poems and Badges: Found Poetry Review’s PoMoSco (Poetry Month Scouts) Project

It’s the first of April! For some people, that means it’s April Fool’s Day. For poets, that means it’s the start of National Poetry Month. Whoohoo! Some of you may remember that a couple years ago around this time I was participating in The Found Poetry Review‘s Pulitzer Remix, during Read more →

My Experience With Pulitzer Remix

Once again it’s been awhile since my last post. In April, I was busy writing found poems for Pulitzer Remix using Jhumpa Lahiri’s Interpreter of Maladies as my source text. And I was in school and had to wrap up the last of my assignments for the spring semester over Read more →

Participating in Pulitzer Remix for National Poetry Month

Today is the start of National Poetry Month and the kickoff of Pulitzer Remix, a poetry project sponsored by Found Poetry Review. I and 84 other poets will compose a found poem for each day of April using our assigned Pulitzer-Prize winning books as source material. My book, which I requested, Read more →

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