Happy National Poetry Month! I’m very excited to be hosting guest bloggers throughout the month. See the schedule below for a complete list of contributors and topics.
National Poetry Month marks
the true start of spring (soon, we hope; right?)
Friday, April 3: Anna Napp gets us started by encouraging us to write outside of our comfort zone.
Monday, April 6: Ethan Joella considers how his poetry writing practice has changed after becoming a father.
Wednesday, April 8:Lani Scozzari interviews second and third graders on poetry.
Monday, April 13: Elisabeth von Uhl mediates on poetry, motherhood and grief.
Wednesday, April 15: Dorothy Bendel writes about finding poetry everywhere.
Monday, April 20: Sandra Marchetti offers her own and other poets’ advice on ordering a poetry manuscript.
Wednesday, April 22: Jee Leong Koh writes about his experience in community organizing.
Friday, April 24: Jessica Young looks back on what it means to publish as a poet.
Monday, April 27: Nicole Rollender offers five ways to look at your poetry chapbook.
Wednesday, April 29: Elisabeth Swain writes about poetry for middle schoolers.