Poetry Prompt: Creative Inspiration from Hoax Publication

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This post is part of a series of weekly found poetry prompts. If you have an idea for a found poetry source, email Senior Poetry Editor Beth Ayer. Image by Stu Mayhew.


quoaxHOAX has a new Twitter side project (@quoaxquoax) dedicated to tweeting and retweeting “unattributed text snippets tagged with #quoax.” Unlike some of our poetry source texts, the tweets of #quoax are specifically being curated for creative inspiration of one kind or another. How you use them is up to you.

Your prompt this week is, of course, to repurpose the #quoax tweets. But how will you do it? Share your methods in the comments. We will reshare the most creative use of #quoax!  

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  • […] Found Poetry Review Beth has found an intriguing resource for found poetry. She says about it: HOAX has a new Twitter side project (@quoaxquoax) dedicated to tweeting and retweeting “unattributed text snippets tagged with #quoax.” Head over for links and to read the rest of what she says. […]

  • […] Found Poetry Review Beth has found an intriguing resource for found poetry. She says about it: HOAX has a new Twitter side project (@quoaxquoax) dedicated to tweeting and retweeting “unattributed text snippets tagged with #quoax.” Head over for links and to read the rest of what she says. […]