It’s nice to have some writer news after a while of not! HAPPY DANCE! My paper, ‘Metre and Meaning in Jane Kenyon’s ‘Song’ ” has been accepted for publication in New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing.
While waiting for poetry news and poetry teaching updates, here’s something to listen to on a sunny summer day.
Pick an opening line:
- “When spring began to breed mosquitos…” Listen
- “Jim writes, ‘I feel like the designated scribe of the apocalypse…” Listen
- “Mame, du host fayer gemakht…” (“Mama, you made fire…”) Listen
- “The kicked them off the field, the Yeshiva boys…” Listen
- “I was playing war with little men of plastic…” Listen
- “His Grace, Duke Gonzaga, exempted Salomone Rossi Hebreo…” Listen
- “There are some rotting joists in the crawlspace…” Listen
- “How the rain, any rain, and the sun…” Listen