"Poetry" Blogs & Blog Posts

Susan Richards ArtworkSusan Richards Artwork

A place for me to show off my artwork, and my poetry and thoughts.

 
amber dawn's non-paper journal.amber dawn's non-paper journal.

photography & personal writings of a 30-something Canadian woman living...

 
The Truth About LiesThe Truth About Lies

Scottish author Jim Murdoch discusses writing, his own and other authors, a...

 
Beneath The SurfaceBeneath The Surface

Poetry and Flash Fiction by L. Michelle Harris

 
One Voice~ Write RightOne Voice~ Write Right

A blog to help writers along the path of becoming efficient writers. Posts ...

 
Pondering.......Pondering.......

Mostly original poetry and prose, some photography. Lots of pondering.........

 
The Centre of the WorldThe Centre of the World

A collection of photos and found items combined with literature and poetry ...

 


Posting Frequency on "poetry"


Percent:  
Distinct:  


Latest Blog Posts



by Alice Quinn “A Morning” by Mark Strand (1934-2014): I have carried it with me each day: that morning I took my uncle’s boat from the brown water cove and headed for Mosher Island. Small waves splashed against the hull and the hollow...

by Alice Quinn “The Afternoon According to Saint Matthew” by Mary Ruefle: There’s the black truck with orange flames on its hood. There’s the girl in the pink pajamas. There’s her sister in a bumblebee suit. They are playing with di...

Writer’s block is a condition that affects amateurs and people who aren’t serious about writing. So is the opposite, namely inspiration, which amateurs are also very fond of. Putting it another way: a professional writer is someone who writes jus...

“A Penny for Your Thoughts” by Mary Ruefle: How are we to find eight short English words that actually stand for autumn? One peculiar way to die of loneliness is to try. Pretend November has a sliver of ice in her throat. Pretend it is ni...

From Dish poetry editor Alice Quinn: I am not a poet but reading certain poems gives me a feeling which I like to believe tells me something of what it might feel like to be a poet, one who makes the compositions that bear that sacred name. That’s...

I am hardly ever aRead more...

It's a thank-you to the donors who took Patrick Rothfuss's Worldbuilders charity over the $600K mark. Read the rest...