Tag: Laurie Kolp

Finding the Right Words: What is Found Poetry? – guest blog post by Laurie Kolp

When I returned to teaching in October 2015 after a 14-year hiatus, not only did it seem hard to find the time to write, but it also became a challenge to find what to write. The words just were not there. I was learning to juggle motherhood with […]

FREE Contest/FREE Poetry! – Origami Poems Project, DEADLINE: March 5, 2017

This is such an amazing project! “The mission of the Origami Poems Projectâ„¢ is the encouragement of literature & the arts by bringing Free Poetry to everyone through the printing and distribution (world-wide) of free Origami micro-chapbooks as well as through poetry events, both of which engender increasing […]

FREE Contest/FREE Poetry! – Origami Poems Project, DEADLINE: March 1, 2016

I can’t believe I’m just now hearing about this amazing project! “The mission of the Origami Poems Projectâ„¢ is the encouragement of literature & the arts by bringing Free Poetry to everyone through the printing and distribution (world-wide) of free Origami micro-chapbooks as well as through poetry events, […]

Three of my poems published in Verse-Virtual’s September issue

It’s always a pleasure to be published along side so many amazing poets in Verse-Virtual, and September’s issue is no exception. This issue includes three of my poems. Click here to read “The things I've done do not define the person I am,” “Blue Daydream,” and “Wouldn't a flyswatter […]

Three of my poems published in Verse-Virtual's September issue

It’s always a pleasure to be published along side so many amazing poets in Verse-Virtual, and September’s issue is no exception. This issue includes three of my poems. Click here to read “The things I've done do not define the person I am,” “Blue Daydream,” and “Wouldn't a flyswatter […]

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