There are reasons to celebrate and REASONS TO CELEBRATE.
It’s the latter over here at YARN today, as we wrap up our groundbreaking, expansive National Poetry Month 2012. [...]
So here is the Finale to our marathon 2012 National Poetry Month project, “Crossing Country Line by Line,” starting with YARN fave, Terra Elan McVoy of Georgia. THANK YOU for reading the 35 poets who made this month so amazingly, well, poetic. We’ll have more blog-like thoughts reflecting on this year’s amazing NPM project [...]
So we have an even bigger 6.5 installment than we promised earlier in the week. We definitely have Leila Monaghan of Wyoming, whose poem is a second response to cfrancis blackchild’s “leaving los angeles” in NPM 6 (which we’ve conveniently reprinted for you below), but we ALSO [...]
So. After a total of TEN National Poetry Month poetry installments, with 35–count them, THIRTY-FIVE–award-winning poets, we’re celebrating our big finale with YARN fave, Terra Elan McVoy. Terra’s been a part of the YARN family since our humble beginnings, offering us some very cool poem out-takes with commentary from her novel in verse “After the Kiss.” [...]
YARN’s National Poetry Month project “Crossing Country Line by Line” continues with this poetry chain started by Alaskan and middle grade novelist Annie Boochever.
Sestina to Paul Allen’s Yacht
Into Juneau’s Harbor sailed the largest private yacht //
On earth– its girth eclipsed the rising moon, disaster [...]
ICFA is an annual conference in late March down in Florida, where scholars and writers alike flock to discuss and celebrate fantastic storytelling. And by “fantastic,” I mean, Yes to dragons [...]