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Has it really been that long since I posted? I plead work deadlines and poetry readings, rather opposite ends of the spectrum.
Now, for my next adventure, I’m off tomorrow to Bowling Green, Ohio, for Winter Wheat, the Mid-American Review Festival of Writing. On Saturday, I’ll be leading a session on one of my favorite subjects: writing poems in a series. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by and harvest all the goodness of Winter Wheat.
I won’t bring my computer with me, but I will bring my camera (it’s on the list), and I hope to have some pictures when I return west.
Poetry meets tech (or tech becomes smitten with poetry).
Either way, I’m surprised no circuit breakers were tripped.
I received an email message from Michael Douma regarding a Web exhibit of “Poetry through the ages” that highlights a form called node poetry, complete with a node map of the entire site. Very technical, very 21st century, and it’s fun to play with (although I couldn’t find the part that was Sapphic-specific, and I need more scrolling or a higher screen resolution).
Take a look. What do you think?
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