You should definitely read Liza Zayas' latest. Tour The Underground Garden over at Oddball Magazine.
Thursday, September 16, 2021
Wednesday, September 15, 2021
Just a few more hours until Sam Cha's feature at Stone Soup Poetry. I've waited this long. I can wait a little bit more. I hope you're all there with me on the Zoom call tonight.
My Comic Book Haiku has a special guest today! Let's see what they have to say about the last issue of Rorschach and the series in general. Read it now over at Medium.
When I started my Sarcastic Haiku series, I wrote my first American Haiku. An American Haiku doesn't care about tradition, formality or history and takes as long as it wants to complete because America. You can read others I've written since by clicking here and scrolling down.
Tuesday, September 14, 2021
It's amazing what people will name their online networks. I'm always trying to hijack WiFi when I'm commuting, so I often come across a number or interesting names. Every Tuesday, I post the most impressive and/or cringe-inducing names.
|I like "weefee," but "The Banana Stand," there's money in that...|
Monday, September 13, 2021
Oddball Magazine's own Janet Cormier will be showing her art as part of this year's Jamaica Plain Open Studios. You can find her work at the On Centre gift shop located on 676 Centre Street in Jamaica Plain from September 25 to 26, 11:00 Am to 6:00 PM both days.
Visit the website for more information about the event.
Sunday, September 12, 2021
Saturday, September 11, 2021
Friday, September 10, 2021
New contributing poet Devon Deming give us a moment of Pride and closes out this week's poetry with help from illustrator Eric N. Peterson. Thank you for reading Oddball Magazine this week.
The meeting ID is 870 3900 7224
Stone Soup Croutons is a weekly poem I write using lines and impressions picked from Stone Soup Poetry's open mic readers and features. I figure out a title (and sometimes the rest of the poem) later. You can read the other ones I've done since 2015 here.
I also have a book out now collecting the best of my first year of poems. Click here to purchase it.
I'm tired of sharing nothing but Stone Soup Crouton poems.
I'm pretty sure the few readers I have are tired of them, and I'm not far behind.
They'll likely deny it if I post something on Facebook or Twitter, which will make me feel worse.
One or two might even affirm it, which is even more terrifying.
I need a change in my productivity, and I need it fast.