Basically unrelated to my poem, here is a picture of a trashcan in Aachen, Germany. As part of an initiative to get citizens to clean up the town, they starting making talking trashcans. I wasn't going to throw my garbage on the ground regardless, but I love this little guy! He is telling me how … Continue reading Rear Window on Wheels: A Poem
Take a break from watching the 2012 London Olympic, and watch TheVlogPoets showcase their favorite print poetry and literary magazines! Tumblr: http://thevlogpoets.tumblr.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/thevlogpoets Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/TheVlogPoets Website: http://projectvideobard.com/
This week TheVlogPoets will turn the discussion of the Ode Poem into an online video joy-plosoin. We will write, read and generally explore the form with you. Enjoy, and don't forget to tell a friend about us! Thanks for your support! Tumblr: http://thevlogpoets.tumblr.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/thevlogpoets Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/TheVlogPoets Website: http://projectvideobard.com/
Looking to buy some poetry books? Check out these presses. Wondering where to submit your manuscript? Check out these presses. Can I have a decent screen shot? Absolutely not. Sigh, maybe next week.
How does one revise poetry? Also, dear readers, I apologize for my lack of posts recently. I have been quite busy with the new job. As the next few weekends will also be quite busy for me, it might be awhile before I can start updating with any frequency again. I promise soon I … Continue reading Vlog Poets- Week 31 Revising Poetry
In which Athena tries to wrap her head around Russian Poetry. Also, I got a job! Woo hoo!
The elusive prose poem. Instead of attempting to define it, I will read you some great examples. Enjoy! Also, check back later this week for some really epic New York touristing around posts. My parents have been in town for the week, so things have been pretty hectic here.
Last week we discussed how to read a book of poetry. See that reading in action with this video. The poem I am talking about here is Lilacs by Amy Lowell.
Some advice on how to read a book of poetry.
This week, I give a quick rundown of my top favorite poems. Of course, they are all perfect in every way and should be Googled right now. As a bonus, I read one of my all time favorite poems.