sharing a poetic LIFELINE with the world

Posts tagged ‘Lin Neiswender’

Make Visible: Thank You!

In Lin Neiswender’s post, http://poetic-muselings.net/2012/05/29/thank-you-for-the-publication-leads/, she thanked those people who pointed her towards publication opportunities.  In this post I thank the publishers who provided me with publication opportunities in the last couple of months.   First of all, my thanks goes to Katherine E. Batten (MacDowell), D.Th and Mark A. Schroll, PhD for publishing my […]

Focus on Form: Aragman, Lin Style

This week’s poem, an aragman, was a real challenge for me. I generated over 2000 anagrams with the link http://Wordsmith.org/anagram using my pets’  names and saved the results to a Word document. I then picked about 50 that appealed to me which I could see had potential as leading lines into my choice of non-anagram […]

Make Visible: Preditors & Editors™ Readers’ Poll Results

Preditors & Editors™ Readers’ Poll Results   I’m happy to announce that the cover for “Lifelines” by Lin Neiswender won third place in book/ebook cover art in the Preditors & Editors™ Readers’ Poll. Also the Poetic Muselings placed third in poets in the same poll. Our anthology, “Lifelines”, placed tenth in anthologies in the Preditors […]

A New Way of Looking: Ekphrasis

I learned a new word  recently, courtesy of a friend and Wiki: Ekphrasis or ecphrasis is the graphic, often dramatic, description of a visual work of art. In ancient times it referred to a description of any thing, person, or experience. The word comes from the Greek ek and phrasis, ‘out’ and ‘speak’ respectively, verb […]

Inspiration-Perspiration: It’s All Around You

We all know the adage, “Don’t sweat the small stuff”, right? Do you know it applies just as easily to writing and poetry as it does to the other important things in life? For example, I hear people asking me “Where do you get your ideas from?” and the answer to that is “Everywhere!” It […]

Tag Cloud