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!
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.
Interviewing myself as a poet...click here for the video on our YouTube Channel. If I had a Party Rock Anthem it would be A Room of One's Own.
I also came up with a great addendum to my musings on balance. Unfortunately, I completely forgot what I wanted to say. So, I will add ALWAYS WRITE YOUR IDEAS DOWN! I can't even count the number of times I have written the perfect line in my head only to forget it the next day.