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Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Introducing Sage Cohen's Writing the Life Poetic Zine
From: Sage Cohen March 13, 2009 Introducing the Writing the Life Poetic e-Zine! I am thrilled to introduce the Writing the Life Poetic e-Zine, amonthly publication chock full of information and inspiration to keep your poetry fires burning bright! Writing the Life Poetic e-Zine brings you the wisdom and wit of the following superstar contributors: Brittany Baldwin, Dale Favier, Sara Guest, Jenn Lalime, Christopher Luna, Toni Partington and yours truly! Each of these beautiful writers will offer a monthly gem exploring some dimension of poetry writing, living and community-building. Writing the Life Poetic e-Zine will launch in April, in celebration of National Poetry Month! Each contributor's column will be featured here throughout the month--and every month after. Plus, you can subscribe to receive the complete monthly zine in your email box every month! To get yours, just enter your email address in the top right column where it says: "Sign up for our e-mail newsletter." We look forward to writing and living the life poetic with you! Writing the Life Poetic Tune into the poetry of your life--and get it down on the page E-zine published ten times a year with double issues in July and November. Publisher & Editor: Sage Cohen Sage Cohen is the author of Writing the Life Poetic: An Invitation to Read and Write Poetry (Writer's Digest Books, March 2009) and the poetry collection Like the Heart, the World. She writes four monthlycolumns about the craft and business of writing and serves as poetry editor for VoiceCatcher 4. Co-curator of a reading series at Barnes & Noble, Sage teaches the online class Poetry for the People. Her son Theo is the most glorious poem that’s ever come through her. Learn more at sagesaidso.com and writingthelifepoetic.com
Posted by Christopher Luna at 1:31 PM
Labels: e-zines, poetry, Portland (OR), Vancouver (WA)
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Thanks so much, Christopher! I so appreciate your support!
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