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Three poetry sites to inspire your muse

In honor of National Poetry Month, here are three poetry websites I subscribe to and why:

Academy of American Poets at www.Poets.org.  I lead a busy life, so I especially love receiving the poem of the day in my email. I may not have time to peruse the entire site each day, but I do have time to open an email and read the poem of the day. I feel as if I’m enriching my life a poem at at time.

Washington State Poetry Association at www.washingtonpoets.org. Join your own state’s poetry association to stay up-to-date on local events, readings, contest and publication opportunities. Getting involved in your local chapter is a good way to make contacts and learn.

Poetry Foundation at www.poetryfoundation.org.  This site has it all: poems by current artists, the classics, articles, interviews, profiles, audios, and video clips. A true feast of poetry!

What are some of your favorite poetry sites? Please share in the comments below.

4 Comments Post a comment
  1. I visit poetryfoundation on a regular basis. I also know of poets.org but thank you for letting me know about washingtonpoets — that’s something new. Thanks for the share!

    April 13, 2012
  2. Thank’s, I need a place to get my writing jump started again.

    April 4, 2013
  3. Reblogged this on Lmgranados's Blog and commented:
    Poetry site’s to get inspired by:)

    April 4, 2013

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