Friday, March 29, 2013
The Big Poetry Giveaway 2013
I'm participating in the big poetry giveaway. I am giving away my chapbook, Ophelia Unraveling, as well as Sarah Hannah's Longing Distance. Sarah Hannah reminds me often of Sylvia Plath, which is pretty much the highest compliment I can give.
Here's just a snippet from "Rumination":
Were my mouth to find yours in the gloom
Of dying promises--canted, mid-sentence,
Mid-phrase or quotation--were I on a lark
To marry wood, the hard pine panels
Of this room, your lips, the rivulet
Tips of your lingering sweats,
Who would I be then?
So, yeah. You want this book. Leave a comment between now and April 30 and I'll pull a name out of the hat and contact you. That's it!
If you want to participate as a blogger, please check out Susan Rich's info here.
A little bit about me:
In addition to Ophelia Unraveling, I will also have a chapbook, The Ornithologist Poems, coming out from Dancing Girl Press this next year. I blog about poetry stuff that's on my mind as well as birds I see out on my daily (-ish) walk. I'm a writing tutor who lives in Massachusetts and travels occasionally, most recently to Australia.
Good luck and Happy National Poetry Month!
You can read all about my math woes in this new poem here at Whale Road Review . And read all the other fabulous poems!
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