Posted by: Kathy Temean | April 1, 2009

April National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month. The following blogs are holding special events.

Greg K. at GottaBook is celebrating the first annual 30 Poets/30 Days, where every day in April he’ll be posting a previously unpublished poem by a different poet.
http://gottabook.blogspot.com/2009/03/announcing-30-poets30-days.html

Sylvia Vardell at Poetry for Children will be reviewing a new children’s poetry book every day.
http://poetryforchildren.blogspot.com/

Anastasia Suen at Pencil Talk will be collecting school poems written by children throughout April and posting one each day.
http://penciltalk.wordpress.com/ 

Finally, on my blog, The Miss Rumphius Effect, I will launch a series called Poetry Makers that will feature interviews with 36 poets during the month.
http://missrumphiuseffect.blogspot.com/2009/03/national-poetry-month-super-secret.html


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    • So you would like to see more about Poetry? I enjoy feedback, so I can keep putting up revelant information. Thanks for commenting.

      Kathy

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  2. great site this kathytemean.wordpress.com terrific to see you have what I am actually looking for here and this this post is exactly what I am interested in. I shall be pleased to become a regular visitor 🙂

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