Any of you read/write/review poetry on your blogs? Specifically, I'm trying to track down more info about Poetry Friday- it seems to be everywhere and nowhere. I'd love to find the main site and interact with it more.

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I read, write, and review poetry. I only see a few blogs with poetry friday listed. I usually just intersperse reviews on my blog when I come across some great contemporary poets. I have reviews scheduled in January for Arlene Ang and Virginia Fowler...and I have some Kay Ryan books as well to review, but I find that many poets cannot afford to send free review copies.

I write poetry and would really love some feedback, I've been really trying to publish hard but I cant find an agent without being published and no publisher will look at my work without talking to my agent first. I'd like to know if all my work is even worth if...

annaaa in a fairytaleee.

I read/write/review poetry (though the review bit is new)...

My own poems are well-hidden on my blog (http://www.savagelullabye.com/savagelullabye/poems/)

Never heard of this Poetry Friday thing though. Share your findings if you discover the root of it.

I haven't seen this Poetry Friday of which you speak. I am a poet (some samples on my blog - BlogTheEclectic.Blogspot.com) and would certainly share/give feedback/review another poet.

I'm not sure about Poetry Friday, but here is my poetry blog. You are welcome to follow! http://amyspen.blogspot.com/

I haven't seen this Poetry Friday but am interested.. I am a poet (some samples on my blog - http://www.lmsteel.co.uk/written-word/poems/) and would certainly share/give feedback/review another poet. I write it mainly for hobby and fun but always welcome criticism and reviews.

I do write, read and review poetry. My review blog is at http://thepovlounge.wordpress.com

-Dominique

http://thepovlounge.wordpress.com

www.authordominiquelwatson.com

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