HUMPTY HUMP DAY 2) And Jen Michalski has a piece, “The Goodbye Party” up at The Literarian: 3) Meg Tuite’s Exquisite Quartet for September is up at Used Furniture Review. This month is a collaboration with Meg, Neil Servin, Misti Rainwater-Lites and Aleathia Drehmer: 4) Poets & Writers Sept/Oct issue has this article called Enduring Discovery: Marriage, Parenthood, and Poetry by Brenda Shaughnessy and Craig Morgan Teicher: 5) Available today: Short, Fast & Deadly’s September issue, “Floor Plan.” Includes writing by Bill Yarrow, Eryk Wenziak and many other talents! Get yours here:          – Short, Fast, and Deadly 6) James Robison with two lovely poems in The 2River View: 7) Mia Avramut has two stunning poems in Marco Polo: 8) MaryAnne Kolton’s inspiring interview with Charlotte Rogan at Lifeboat: 9) Zach Ellis is moved by Lidia Yuknavitch’s Dora: The Headcase: 10) James Claffey waxes at Word Riot: And thanks to fellow writer, Sam Snoek-Brown, whose similar wrap-up this week mentioned (of all writers?) me! ***Bonus: “Hate Mail” by Carol Muske-Dukes up at Boston Review: ***Super Bonus: “You are Beautiful” by Dorothea Lasky at Poetry Daily: (thanks, Rachel, for the inspiration! And congrats about your MFA plans!)]]>

10 thoughts on “HUMPTY HUMP DAY”

  1. I got humpty humped!! Whohoo!!! Thanks Robert!!! Rachel
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  2. Those two poems at the end of this blog are both stunning, and both poets I did not formerly know. So, thanks for turning me on to them!

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