30 Poets/30 Days

March 23, 2009 @ 5:40 am | Filed under: Poetry

30poets30daysSo, so, so excited am I. So will you be, too, when you hear the news. Gregory K. Pincus, the inventor of the Fib, has put together a wonderful bloggity adventure for National Poetry Month: he’ll be posting a previously unpublished poem by a well known writer every day in April. The poets include: Arnold Adoff, Jon Sciezka, Jane Yolen, Jack Prelutzsky, April Halprin Wayland, and so many more. 26 more, to be precise. Hop over to Greg’s blog and find out all about it.


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  1. I keep reading that as Thirsty Poets. Which is apropos as well, I’m sure.

  2. Thanks for spreading the word, Melissa!

    And yes, feebee, it’s poetically apropos. 🙂

    April should be a whole lotta fun….

  3. oboy oboy oboy – thank you for sharing!