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Poetry

These sites offer poets, poems, even tips on how to "win" at poetry workshops:

Poetry.org

Poetry X

The Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church

Poetry Slam Incorporated

Electronic Poetry Center

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Poetry Books

Want to conjure more powerful poetry, vivid verse or delectable doggerel? These books on writing poetry can help:

A Poetry Handbook

The Poet's Companion: A Guide to the Pleasures of Writing Poetry

In the Palm of Your Hand: The Poet's Portable Workshop

Writing Poetry

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We gather in the poetry corner of the Lounge this month to spend some time with a good old-fashioned poem written back in the day when rhyme and meter were an expected part of the package. Along the way, we marvel at the staying power of a few sturdy English words.  Continue reading...
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Veneta Masson has practiced nursing for 35 years, mostly in inner-city Washington, DC. Along the way, she found an outlet to express everything she was witnessing and experiencing -- poetry. Veneta started putting together essays and poems about her nursing life and today has two collections in print, Ninth Street Notebook (short pieces) and Rehab at the Florida Avenue Grill (poems). She's also part of a community of nurses who write verse influenced by their profession. Call them Nurse Poets.

VT: How did you get started writing poetry?

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Nurse Poet's Books

Veneta Masson, the nurse and poet we interviewed recently for our "Word Count" section, recommends these anthologies to get a taste of nurses' writing:

Between the Heartbeatsand Intensive Care, both edited by Cortney Davis and Judy Schaefer, were published by U. of Iowa Press. They include nurses' stories in both poetry and prose.

The Poetry of Nursing was edited by Judy Schaefer and consists of poems and commentary by fifteen nurse poets.

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The Loungeurs drop all work in hand this month to defend a double-barrelled charge against a particular poet and against thesaurus users from the likes of a mere radio personality.  Continue reading...
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A Poet's Blogs

Subscriber Lisa Manzi is a poet who writes a blog called Lam(b). She graciously submitted a list of her favorite blogs:

BookGirl's Nightstand. Iliana reads a lot and she'll send you in the right direction when it comes to books. She's got a book review section if you're thinking of buying something and need another opinion.

dumbfoundry and Silliman's Blog both cover all things poetry.

Fascinating History is ... like the title says. You never know what you'll find or when it will be covering.

Ghost Word covers books, authors, book store and publishing news.

Loose Leaf Notes is a writer's blog. Colleen talks about her family, nature, and her writing life. She likes to play scrabble.

And when in need of a giggle, I go visit The Dormitory Boys.

Don't forget: Send us your favorite blogs -- and tell us why you like 'em. Email us.

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