One of the things that I’ve learned over the years about leadership (yeagh, nasty taste in my mouth) is that you’ve got to know your limitations. I’d like to say that is something I learned in the military, but that would not be true. Military leaders do not typically recognize limitations. Even if they are aware of them they will seldom acknowledge them.
But this post isn’t about the military. I just wanted to announce a new page on the World Class Poetry website. But for the first time, it’s not a page that I had a hand in producing.
Two years ago I had students from a local high school write pages for the site for which they received extra credit from their teacher, the poet Dana Larkin Sauers. Many of those pages required heavy editing, though the information was stellar and I appreciate the effort those students put into the writing. It allowed me to add many new pages to the site in a much shorter time frame that I could have done alone.
Recently, however, I’ve had the assistance of another writer who has produced a page for World Class Poetry and I’m very excited to present that page to you now. Jack Peachum has written a good overview of The Imagists and that page is now live.
I’d like you to welcome Jack to World Class Poetry. You can consider him a staff writer. I have decided that I’ll never be able to reach my publishing goals without assistance from other lovers of poetry who can write informational content for all levels of skill and experience. If you think that you might like to join World Class Poetry and write informational content like the one Jack produced then get more information on how you can join us and contact me regarding opportunities.
I’m looking forward to more great work from Jack Peachum and I hope you are too.