What’s your favorite writing book? LW Lindquist says it’s time to re-read Rumors of Water and has 10 great quotes to tell you why.
Haiku chains, Haiku Brew, haiku reflections on a community street. Lyla Willingham Lindquist has a haiku-ridden edition of our Top Ten Poetic Picks.
August is Rain month here at Tweetspeak Poetry. So you’ll be treated to posts featuring Rain or Water, from some wonderful fiction and non-fiction writers, as well as poetry writing projects, like our Rain/Water Book Spine Poetry Project. And, of course, we’d love to remind you to quench your writer’s thirst with a copy of […]
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What really happened on the golf course that fateful day? The things we cannot write about today, we will surely find we can write about tomorrow.
The key to getting published is to keep working with small audiences, while gradually making forays into slightly larger arenas.
With Spring coming into full bloom, I’m still doing all the same serious things I did all winter long. But I get up a little earlier and I read a poem (or two) every day.
Perhaps cultivating a writer’s voice can be more about nourishing those things that give life to it: passions and a sense of place.
Of all the gifts Rumors of Water will give a writer, an excuse is not one.
Join the thoughtful and amusing Lyla Lindquist, for this new book club on Rumors of Water.
It was another Twitter Poetry party, and this one started with a few rumors.
Check out this interview with L.L. Barkat at The High Calling, and get writing tips and more of the inside story.