>Very Like A Whale is asking questions. What do we think about Web-Active Poets? What do I think? Nic Sebastain posted her interview with me regarding these very question on her poetry blog.

As much as I do not want the stacks of books in my house to go away (and as much as I know they will never go away), I love-love-heart-love accessing poetry on the web. If you’ve not yet clicked over to Whale Sound to listen to Nic read, I hope you give it a click. And while you are clicking, this is where you click to hear my poem, At Ruby’s Diner.

I’ll be back in a few clicks of time to post a post sans clicks.


About redmitten

author of Cracking Geodes Open, Making Good Use of August, and The Peppermint Bottle. poetry editor for IthacaLit. website: https://toomuchaugust.wordpress.com

3 responses to “>click

  1. >Once again your words brought image to mind…sprinkling salt becoming stars!Beautiful. I could even see a bit of grease on the table. I love being able to access poets on the net. Especially to hear them read. I don't go to readings. No excuses. Just never did. But your recommendations are persueding me otherwise.

  2. >Love your poem, her voice, and the interview!

  3. >thanks kerry and kathleen! i appreciate you reading and listening. nic does a beautiful job. listening to her is helping me reconsider poetry all over again. kerry, where i live readings are impossible to come by.

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