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Poetry publications and videos: Welcome to the 21st century of poetics.
March 05, 2009
|Hello Poets and Poetry Lovers
Got some great updates this month. New poetry videos and I've added some publications to the publications page, with more on the way. I think you'll find our new video section much more interesting now that each video has its own dedicated page. And I hope you keep coming back for more videos too!
But for now ...
Here's the March 2009 issue of Hyperbole:
Table of Contents
New Poetry Videos
What do Janet Kuypers, Edgar Allan Poe, Mark Shepherd, and T.S. Eliot have in common? They all have poetry videos at World Class Poetry. Let's start with one of my personal faves ...
Edgar Allan Poe
Alright, I'm being stupid. E.A.P. didn't actually make the videos. But if the poems weren't worth a little ounce of gold then no one else would make them either. World Class Poetry has four Edgar Allan Poe videos for your enjoyment:
Go ahead, watch Edgar Allan Poe videos now.
New Poetry Publications
I'm slowly adding to my database of poetry publications and this month I've got two new publications to share with you with more on the way. Please take the time to visit the websites of these poetry publishers and see if they are a good fit for your poems:
Learn more about them and other publications at the World Class Poetry Publications Page.
New Poetry Reviews
The world just wouldn't be the same without reviewers (or good reviews) and good publications. Poetry journals are the heart and blood of the poetry world. Without them, poets would have no platform. That's why I'm excited about reviewing an anthology from one of the most respected poetry journals in the world, Tin House Magazine.
Tin House Books has published its first anthology titled Satellite Convulsions: Poems From Tin House. The review follows.
Satellite Convulsions: Poems From Tin House
New World Class Poetry Blog Posts
While I don't write every day to the World Class Poetry Blog, I do write. And I get pretty good participation from my readers too. You can find out why my readership and subscriber base continues to grow by reading some of my latest posts, including one guest post:
Poetry Book Of The Month
Tin House Magazine has become an American poetry icon in just 10 years of publication. It's first anthology was published late last year and I recently had a chance to review it. The poetry is rich and diverse. That's why I don't mind recommending Satellite Convulsions: Poems From Tin House as March 2009s poetry book of the month.
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