For this final week of National Poetry Month, I’d like to introduce you to the Poet Laureate of Georgia–Mr. Judson Mitcham. Georgia poet and novelist Judson Mitcham (b. 1948) studied psychology as an undergraduate and earned a Ph.D in psychology from the University of Georgia. His elegiac poems, first-person narratives, explore family relationships, the passing […]Read more "NATIONAL POETRY MONTH–JUDSON MITCHAM"
For this final week of National Poetry Month, I’d like to introduce you to a wonderful poet that I met back in 2011 when I started my journey into a writing career. I’ve wondered when she would finally publish and as of March 24, 2015 she has. Her first publication “Yo’ Sista’s Keeper: A Collection […]Read more "NATIONAL POETRY MONTH–YO’ SISTA"
For this third week of National Poetry Month, I’d like to honor Michelle Castleberry. Michelle was recommended to me by Collin Kelley. And then I read her. And whoa nelly! Michelle Castleberry grew up in Warren, Arkansas. Her early years were spent working on a family farm alongside her parents and two younger siblings. Her […]Read more "NATIONAL POETRY MONTH–MICHELLE CASTLEBERRY"
This second week of National Poetry Month finds us taking another look at the poetry of Collin Kelley. Collin Kelley is the author of the American Library Association-honored poetry collection Render (2013, Sibling Rivalry Press) and The Venus Trilogy of novels – Conquering Venus, Remain In Light and the forthcoming Leaving Paris (Sibling Rivalry Press). […]Read more "NATIONAL POETRY MONTH–COLLIN KELLEY"