Once upon a time there was a little girl who read the Cat in the Hat book and thought to herself "poetry rhymes and is funny and can tell a story with great pictures, and I shall make a poem that rhymes and is perhaps a little bit funny, but mostly the sounds at the … Continue reading Story Time Sunday on Monday: August 11th, 2014 — how poetry world got nicer
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Mother’s Day story tidbit from the Bacopa Literary Review
Once upon a time there was nonfiction. Here's the beginning of a piece of mine from the Bacopa Literary Review, 2013 issue. Check out Bacopa 13, featuring the amazing work of Gina Warren, Samantha Updegrave, Bruce Holland Rogers, Carolyne Wright and many more! and here's to all mothers of invention....
Heteronyms unite! A review of Mania Klepto by an unreal person
Fernando Pessoa, an obscure but beloved poet and intellectual from turn of the century Lisbon, created 72 alternate personalities who wrote and created complex work, had complicated lives, and who were -- of course -- geniuses. The "heteronym" Pessoa explained, was not to be confused with a "pseudonym". While a pseudonym represented simply an alternate … Continue reading Heteronyms unite! A review of Mania Klepto by an unreal person