Results for "poetry"


    • Carl Bettis

      Zoamorphosis | The Blake 2.0 Blog

      William Blake in art, music, film, and literature

      Tags: William Blake, poetry, art

      • Carl Bettis

        Riverfront Readings

        The Riverfront Readings series of poetry and fiction readings was started in Kansas City, Missouri in 1986 by Philip Miller and Donn Blevins. For the time being, all Riverfront events are online.

        Tags: readings, poetry

        • Carl Bettis

          Carl Bettis

          Carl BettisĀ (he/him) is a software engineer and writer. His works have appeared in a number of publications, including the periodicals Thorny Locust, Daily Science Fiction, Paper and Ink Literary Zine, and I-70 Review, and the anthologies Chance of a Ghost, The Whirlybird Anthology of Kansas City...

          Tags: poetry, literature, software engineering

          • Carl Bettis

            100+ poetic forms

            A list of poetic forms, defined and with examples, from Writer's Digest.

            Tags: poetry, forms, verse

            • Carl Bettis

              NaPoWriMo 2021

              Welcome to National Poetry Writing Month 2021! Throughout the month of April, we'll try to make sure one group member or another posts something poetry-related every day. It might or might not be original poetry. You might want to take a look at (We’re not affilia...

              Tags: napowrimo, napowrimo2021, poetry

              • Thomas Gorn

                NaPoWriMo Day 1: Against Analysis

                  Against Analysis Don’t pry into love’s thoughts: the back of a smile is hideous, the interior of a kiss has fangs. Take the pleasure that’s offered. Ask not through what fraud or cruelty it has come. — Thomas Gorn   ”Ag...

                Tags: napowrimo, napowrimo2021, poetry

                • Basil Cartryte


                  "an essential archive of twentieth- and twenty-first-century avant-garde and experimental literature, film, and music"

                  Tags: poetry, avant garde, experimental

                  • Basil Cartryte

                    Theses of Joy

                    Theses of Joy Joy is a virtue haunted by the way human bodies materialize in front of where they are, on a narrow street strewn with bricks where thru a 3rd story window one can see that a saint hovers anxious & common over a sink full of plates. Joy resists the shame of mirth, ...

                    Tags: napowrimo, napowrimo2021, poetry

                    • sylvester hobson

                      haiku society of america educational resources

                      haiku-related educational resources, including many downloadable pdfs.

                      Tags: haiku, poetry, verse, education, writing

                      • Bryant Jacobi

                        NaPoWriMo 2021 Day 4: Easter's Riddle Explored

                        Easter's Riddle Explored 1. What have eggs to do with Jesus? They're Mary's eggs. She's not using them. 2. As Christ (not a historical person but Humanity in its eternal aspect) was captive in the egg in Mary's womb (Mary, the world of innocence in which we come...

                        Tags: napowrimo2021, napowrimo, poetry, easter