Jan 27, 2010

Clover, Bee & Reverie: A Poetry Challenge

Regular Rumination is hosting another poetry reading challenge, Clover, Bee & Reverie: A Poetry Challenge, which will run between now and the end of the year.  Additionally, participants are not restricted by time period and can read any poetry from Emily Dickinson to more contemporary poetry from the likes of John Amen.

What will I be reading?  Not sure yet, but I do have 3-4 must-read contemporary collections in mind for this challenge.  You'll just have to wait and see what else I come with as time goes on.

1.  The Wrong Miracle by Liz Gallagher
2.  The Guilt Gene by Diana Raab
3.  Your Ten Favorite Words by Reb Livingston, which will be the book club selection for my stint on Linus's Blanket's That's How I Blog! on Tuesday, April 13, 2010. I hope you will join us.
4.  Questions of Fire by Gregg Mosson

Consider joining in the fun, expanding your poetry reading horizons!

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5 comments:

Reb said...

Book club selection? Woo-wee! You made my day, thank you.

Serena said...

Reb: I'm glad you are pleased. I hope you'll listen to the show and feel free to ask questions and join the chat!

Anna said...

Good luck with the challenge, but this is definitely an easy one for you!

--Anna
Diary of an Eccentric

bermudaonion said...

This is the perfect challenge for you! Have fun with it!

Serena said...

I hope more people join and expand their reading horizons since it is contemporary and classic poetry!