Maureen, referred to your blog today on Transformative Blogging's post on using images... have loved your All Art Fridays for some time now. Let me know if you need anything changed...I see that (grr) I gave you an O instead of an E when announcing it on the Bloggers group today. Was there by an chance a second middle name in contention when you were in the running for middle names?! Apologies... Here's the link for How to Use Images on Your Blog: Imaginal Cells, The Fantasy Astrology Store and Alternate Histories.
You're most welcome, Maureen Doallas. I love the way reading a poem forces you to slow down in a busy day. So thank you, for sharing your poemn and helping me have a few moments to myself (not easy with an ill 4 year old!). I had a brief look at your twitter poetry thing too and may well go for it - 2013 has got to be the year I start taking my writing seriously! Keep up the lovely writing X
Maureen, I will say yes, tentatively. I'm on the road right now and will get back to Monterey late tomorrow night after having been away for 4 months. I'll need to let the dust settle for several days to figure out my plans for the next couple of months. So yes, pencil me in and I will do my very best. I'd love to be there. Nicky
I always look forward to your tweets and your blog posts, so I indeed had a glimpse of your poetry. Now that I've read Neruda's Memoirs, my admiration is all the greater. Seriously -- it's a very impressive collection that resonates with heart and skill, not to mention the undercurrents of music and art. Just sent out a tweet. And, in the spirit of National Poetry Month, I think you'll appreciate this recent post of mine -- Keepsake.
You know how much I've been enjoying your poems -- and your tweets about other poets, etc. Now I get to read through your collection, something I'm really looking forward to. And thanks so much for reading my 'letter' on Cathy Kozak's blog. I like what she generates around here . . .
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