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Apparently Crystal

Apr 30, 2014, 5:46 PM

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Ambivalent about joining at all. Forums are best when liveliest, a bit of fractious conflict and a rich creamy slather of the desire to be helpful. Scribbling alone only goes so far; one needs other minds to sharpen against.

Publishing is changing, reading is changing, who wants poetry and how much and why is changing. And I spend far too much time on the internet not in pursuit of this thing I love. That, too, ought to be changing.

Good at sonnets, decent with structured forms generally. I struggle with freeverse but sometimes hit it.


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Apr 30, 2014, 6:27 PM

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No, not dead. We're trying to keep it active by bringing in people just like you.

So welcome to the Speakeasy!


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May 1, 2014, 2:51 AM

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You might like the Poetry Editor & Poetry blog. I'm always glad to hear ideas and questions from poets too.


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