Are you interested in learning more about the journal A Cappella Zoo?
I have a copy of Issue 1 and Issue 2 to mail to whoever writes the most magical sentence. I’m looking for sentences that masterfully use magical realism to tell a story.
Please post your sentence as a comment. Winners will be announced the first week of April.
Best Luck to All.
According to Google Search, the song “He Stopped Loving Her Today” by George Jones is the saddest known love song. Well…maybe, but there are many tunes in the broken heart juke-box. Write your own country love song. Or write your backwards country love song. Just write about love already. Make it music.
All poems will be entered into a raffle. Winner will receive a C.D. full of love.
Gender…Is it Real?
Shiva, the he /she god of life and distruction, is an interesting interprutation of the divides / overlaps between the sexes. Write a poem that investigates the concept of gender. All poems submited will be entered into a raffle to win one of the titles listed on the Bees’ Knees Book Club!
Fire lines! Yes!
Write a poem that includes some of the more unexpected aspects of motherhood, childhood, growing up in the hood, and all the other hoods. Every poem submited will be included in a raffle to win one of the titles listed in the Bees’ Knees Book Club!
And for your final November Poetry Challenge…
…write a poem for, about, or around the King of Pop
and be entered to win a M.J. CD!
(Come on, I know you want a M.J. CD.)