Tag Archives: Writing

Some Possible Changes, and a Question

Hello All, I’ve enjoyed keeping this blog for the last couple years but I’m finding I’d like to start a new project.  I want your guys/gals’ (because inclusivity is cool) opinion- Would you be interested in reading a blog that … Continue reading

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Huffpost Interview with John Green

Between school, work, other work, and basic day-to-day responsibilities, I’ve been pushing myself pretty hard.  As a result, I would up with a pretty severe cold, which basically means I’ve been spending excessive amounts of time on the internet.  I … Continue reading

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Hirsch’s How to Read a Poem (and Fall in Love with Poetry) Part 3

In the Beginning Is the Relation BY EDWARD HIRSCH The message in the bottle is a lyric poem and thus a special kind of communiqu�. It speaks out of a solitude to a solitude; it begins and ends in silence. We … Continue reading

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Li-Young Lee Reads His Poetry

One of the best things about contemporary poetry in the United States and around the world is the presence of diverse voices.  Unlike a lot of contemporary poetry, which is inescapably tied to a familiar middle-class American sensibility, the poetry … Continue reading

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Stephen Dunn – Poets in Person

I couldn’t help but post this simple but beautifully-rendered video.  Stephen Dunn’s work is excellent and worth reading.

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My First Published Piece

Out of sheer excitement, I’d like to share my first published poem.  It’s been published by a literary magazine which publishes both online and in print editions, Indigo Rising Magazine Update:  Unfortunately, it is no longer available online.

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