Tag Archives: creative flow. poetry
Does anyone ever feel like you’re writing and you’re in a groove and you’re doing so awesome that you’re creating something like or but you’re really coming up with this?
So earlier I reblogged a post “What Common Rejections From Publisher Really Mean.” It’s a good blog post and you should read it. But it also got me thinking about something I’ve mentioned before–parsing out your work based upon quality. … Continue reading
So Two Dudes was kind of an interesting experience. How do you shape a poem from random snippets of conversations when you’re walking around for an hour? I really thought this one was not going to go so well and had actually … Continue reading
A little earlier in my career (actually a lot earlier), I wondered about what my first book cover would look like. I’m now years along and I still don’t know. But thinking about it is something I actually have to do … Continue reading
I’m now in day 4 of the Tupelo Press 30/30 Project and I’ve just sent in my poem. Over the past few days, I’ve put the rough draft on this blog and the first revision to the Project, and I … Continue reading