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 & Editors™ Readers’ Poll.
Thank you, everyone who voted!
Critters / Critique.org hosts the annual Preditors & Editors™ Readers’ Poll which honors print & electronic publications published during 2011.
Friday, 12/9: We’ve got a great start here, and thank you to those who said they’re working on their posts now! Please jump in!
Hello, Poets and lovers of poetry (and the rest of you out there)!
From Dec. 7 – 14, 2011 we’re having a crazy contest. To win, you must provide us with the most awesome answer to a few questions:
Who is your favorite poet?
What is your favorite poem?
Now, a cool thing about this contest is that your favorite poem may be a stand-alone you discovered — not necessarily by your favorite poet. And the answer to the question “Why?” is the critical piece. Why did you choose this poet? Why this particular poem? What is it that resonates with you, or just won’t let go?
UPDATE: Try to keep your responses to a few paragraphs. That said, if you have strong feelings and more words to say, consider whether you’d like to do a guest post on our blog to expand and share your thoughts.
We anticipate serious arm-wrestling and shouting by the end, as we select the ONE set of responses we feel best captures the essence of why we write, what moves us, creates unforgettable imagery . . . and we’d like your help to drive us nuts in this process. The winner will receive a copy of Lifelines, mailed to your house.
And, if you have a blog or website and would be interested in connecting to us or spreading the word, please let us know. We’re starting a blogroll.
So — thank you for reading this, and we hope you will have some fun and enter our contest.