One day, Marcus Goodyear was sitting at Communion; his daughter was playing with Barbies while the bread passed. That moment turned into the marvelous poem “Barbies at Communion.”
Did Marcus ever think this simple moment would eventually find its way to a book cover, indeed a whole book of terrific poetry? Yet, here we are.
At Tweetspeak, we’re so pleased that the poetry of many ordinary moments— turned clever, beautiful and often philosophical— are now available in print. So pleased, in fact, that we’re going to give away a signed copy of Marcus’s debut poetry book Barbies at Communion.
We’re also asking you to write about the Barbies in your life and link to our Giveaway post. Stories, memories, weird pictures, fun poems… anything goes. Just drop your link here, and we’ll link back to you. You might even get featured at Tweetspeak or HighCallingBlogs. Let the fun begin!
To enter the giveaway, comment on this post anytime between now and 11 pm EST on Thursday, June 3.
LL’s Pretend Your Blog is a Barbie
Maureen’s See Me Let Me Be Me Barbies
Erin’s Construction Zone
Glynn’s Song Has Not Been Heard
Bradley’s The Bad Business of Being Barbie
Kelly’s Little Girls and Their Dreams: a Post About Barbies
Heather’s Dear Barbie
Laura’s For the Toy Box
Katdish’s Special Barbies
Billy’s Father, Daughter, Barbie and Ken
Melissa’s don’t ask
Cheryl’s Barbies, Poetry, and Community
Karl’s Must-Read Barbies
Charity’s Barbies at Communion
Nichole’s Memorial Day at the Mall
Stephie’s She Wanted a Barbie
Eve’s Barbie and Me
A Simple Country Girl’s From the Mouth of Barbie
Monica’s Things in Common
Erica’s Reflections on Barbie, her frumpy aunt, and Sunshine eyeballs
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