Celebrating National Poetry Month with six fantastic pieces…five poems of all different styles and feels and one short story. Can you spot who is who?
Kicking off with a little “Perspective.” This is the second episode in a row we have shared a piece called “Perspective,” and I love how two different authors can go two different ways with it. By Janelle Cordero, copyright 2016, used with permission. Read Janelle’s bio.
Did you ever wonder what kind of punctuation you would be? Jaclyn Tan does in “Ellipses.” Copyright 2015, used with permission. Visit Jaclyn’s website.
“Apollo” is the story of a dog. Well, sort of. It’s really so much more than the story of a dog. By Devyn Millette, copyright 2016, used with permission. Read Devyn’s bio.
“Kid” is the story of…well, I won’t tell you what I thought “Kid” was the story of the first time I read it. I’ll just let you listen. By Jen Karetnick, copyright 2013, used with permission. Visit Jen’s website.
Do you participate in the “Transoceanic Twitter” as described by Alex Dreppec? If so, you should tweet me. Copyright 2013, used with permission. Visit Alex’s website.
Ellen Girardeau Kempler leaves us today with some essential “Travel Tips.” You’re gonna need them. Copyright 2015, used with permission. Read Ellen’s bio.