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Tag Archives: daily writing

Morning at the End of the World

Yesterday’s slush is now clods and streams of ice we  crunch through, the dog with his long clicking claws  and I with my strap-on cleats on my Canadian  Thinsulate boots. It is only the morning, and … Continue reading

24/03/2012

Sunday, it must be…

You sit long enough in a hotel room, writing poems and rewriting poems, and there comes a moment when you startle because you realize you have no idea what country, … Continue reading

26/06/2011

Is that my desk?

My bulletin board at VSC is empty but for the stabbed pins scattered like a complex dot to dot. Maybe they would make a picture. Maybe they would make a … Continue reading

29/07/2010

The Quotidian

There can only be one reason for a long silence: too much other stuff to do. Right? Oh wait, it could be nothing’s happened worth noting. Or could it be … Continue reading

09/04/2008

DON’T READ THIS!

In the Margaret Atwood story “Bad News” the narrator says that newspapers use photographs to compel us to look, whether we want to or not. The implication is: no picture, … Continue reading

05/08/2007 · 2 Comments

Daybreak Confession

Now the question is: do you sneak to bed at 5 a.m. to avoid facing those who will ask you the question (in an accusing tone) “Have you been up … Continue reading

27/07/2007

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Trish Hopkinson

A selfish poet

Poetry International Online

Poetry International is a world class literary magazine based on the campus of San Diego State University which caters to an international community of poets.

Brain Mill Press

Musings, deliberations, flashes of unaccounted for brilliance...

The Line Break

A poetry & wine blog

BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog

(Somewhat) Daily News from the World of Literary Nonfiction

Lou Treleaven, children’s author

Children's author and writing coach

North American Review

Musings, deliberations, flashes of unaccounted for brilliance...

Tuesday; An Art Project

poems, photographs, prints

my life and times

Marideth Sisco

The Telling Project

It's time to speak. It's time to listen.

Structure and Style

Musings, deliberations, flashes of unaccounted for brilliance...

She's in Prison

Poetry by Leanne Rebecca Ortbals

AMY KING

POET * PROFESSOR * EDITOR

Jack Frey

where all the missing words end up

I Remember You Well

Things were happening... and I remember there was music playing.

Ylva Publishing

Publisher of lesbian fiction and women's literature

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