How I Participated in a Poetry Reading from the Comfort of My Own Home
Late Sunday afternoon, I returned from a lovely day’s event in southern New Jersey and noticed the following Tweet:
PSH Live Open Reading in 15 minutes. Tune in and listen and/or call in and read! 2-3pm (pacific) http://t.co/4CGcqjiZzc
— Poetry Super Highway (@PoetrySuperHwy) April 19, 2015
I’d started following Poetry Super Highway on Twitter during this National Poetry Month. Their daily prompts are among those I’ve been seeing (thanks to C.A. LaRue). And, as mentioned last week, I’d submitted a poem for inclusion in Poetry Super Highway’s annual Holocaust Remembrance Issue.
I didn’t plan to call in to the reading. But I RTd the announcement. And then I was encouraged to call in.
So I did. Continue reading ›