Poetry sleuthing at the 2014 Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) conference and book fair.
Ever find yourself worrying about poetic productivity? What if all those hours squandered on [insert inane activity here] had been dedicated to poetry? Well, there’s no sense dwelling on the past. What can we do to change the future? The answer is, “everything.”
Mystery author James Patterson pledges to give $1 million to independent bookstores. We create poems from his novels.
If you enjoy a challenge, this one is for you! Silver Birch Press recently issued a call for submissions for an anthology of themed erasure poetry. Grab your favorite book or books, and get cracking on erasure poetry…
The 2014 Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) conference and book fair are almost here! Found Poetry Review editors and featured authors will be participating in two AWP-related events.
This is not a false alarm, this is not a test…
If you need permission to do your own thing in the face of many camps vying for your poetry time, dime, fandom and (if you’re chosen) participation, now you’ve got it.
February 4th, 2014 marked the 100th anniversary of the birth of William S. Burroughs. We celebrate with a cut-up poetry prompt.
It was only a matter of time before the famous Ezra Pound mandate, “Make it new,” asked to be the title of a weekly News & Resources post. This is the week.
Typically, work of “found” poetry that finds its way into the Found Poetry Review is predicated on a writer scouring a text to see what poems may lie hidden or even those that may be forced into being. Whether or not a particular piece is successful hinges on how the new work produced is reframed or reconstituted. What happens when, instead of a poet finding a poem, the poem finds the poet?