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Poetics Serendipity

25 Feb

12:56 p.m. — San Antonio

listening to Cracklin’ Rosie sung by Neil Diamond

Hello, all. Late, you say?. Well, yes. I walked a fast mile and a half in the cold morning air and was recovering (read: felt lazy). However, here are some things to investigate.

1] The first is a correction to the post I gave you last week. Dale, of Right Hand Pointing apologises and says: Here’s a revision of the call for submissions for our May issue. The main change is related to our referring to 5×7 index cards, when it turns out that the larger index cards are actually 5×8. So, if you were out there frantically looking for 5x7s, it’s not your imagination, there are none.

2] Our second is from She Writes and mostly pertains to prose, but can be adapted to poetry. For those of you submitting, especially chapbooks, and who think they are at final draft stage, check these ten things.

3] For all you writers in the New Jersey area [and what with short distances, there must be a whole lot of you], consider a one-day writing getaway with Peter Murphy and his gang. His getaways are at the top of my writing bucket list.

Okay? Get to it. I will see you Tuesday for a prompt and next Thursday for more links.

Happy writing, everyone.

 
4 Comments

Posted by on 25/02/2016 in links, poetry, writing

 

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4 responses to “Poetics Serendipity

  1. barbcrary

    25/02/2016 at 4:10 pm

    Hey, lady. I could actually do that Peter Murphy getaway and the price is right. Hmmmmm.

     
    • margo roby

      26/02/2016 at 10:04 am

      You came to mind…

       
      • barbcrary

        26/02/2016 at 10:09 am

        This will happen someday. The local poet who’s read some of my poems has gone to his full weekend getaways and speaks highly of them. I forgot that I’m otherwise engaged on the 30th. Rats! Still thinking about this week’s prompt from you and enjoying lots of Winslow Homer whether I write about it or not.

         
  2. Hannah Gosselin

    26/02/2016 at 12:31 pm

    #2!! This is a gem…bookmarked. Thank you, Margo…I’m glad you went for a walk and read…two of my favorite things to do. Smiles and a happy weekend to you. 🙂

     

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