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Just recently had one of my poems e-published at Carcinogenic Poetry.

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Five of my recent poems (“page 123”, “violets”, “poverty”, “page 140” and “requiem for dark kerosene”) have been e-published on the poetry journal blog – Eviscerator Heaven

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One of my poems has been accepted to be in the April/May 2010 Tupelo Press Poetry Project Journal which will be published electronically sometime in May.

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Psychic Meatloaf – A New Poetry Journal


Psychic Meatloaf Poetry Journal - Gonna put a spell on you!

Visit today and submit your poetry!

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Three of my poems have been published in a chapbook, along with the poetry of nine other poets, which is for sale at Amazon.com for $10 (of which I get no proceeds). Here is the Amazon link – “2nd Annual NAZIM HIKMET POETRY FESTIVAL

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One of my poems from almost a year ago, just published online here –

http://www.hangingmossjournal.com/guestpoet/george_mckim.html

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I just snagged this quote by Robert Penn Warren off of another blog (bluedragonfly10). I really like what Robert has to say about the poetry writing process from this post: http://bluedragonfly10.wordpress.com/2010/03/28/pulitzer-prize-in-poetry-1979/

“Another thing: poetry is an exploration; the process of writing is an exploration. You may dimly envisage what a poem will be when you start it, but only as you wrangle through the process do you know your own meanings. In one way, it’s a way of knowing what kind of poem you can write. And in finding that you find out yourself — I mean a lot about yourself. I don’t mean in the way Merrill’s [Moore] talking about: I mean in the sense of what you can make available, poetically, is clearly something that refers to all your living in very indirect and complicated ways. But you know more about yourself, not in a psychoanalytic way, but in another way of having dealt with yourself in a process. The poem is a way of knowing what kind of person you can be, getting your reality shaped a little bit better. And it’s a way of living, and not a parlor trick even in its most modest reaches; I mean, the most modest kind of effort that we make is a way of living. And I think Bill [Elliott] has something important when he insists that there is such a thing as a poetic condition, which is the willingness to approach a poem in that spirit, rather than in the spirit of a performer, when you get down to a business of writing a poem, or even thinking about poetry.” Robert Penn Warren

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