Newsday Tuesday

This month I will be featuring a lot more poetry news since it’s National Poetry Month.

Favorite Tweets:

Favorite Search Terms:

  • sylvia plath – spinster:  She never made it to spinsterhood.  Unfortunately she used the oven as a cubby hole and had children.
  • roald dahl font: He has his own font?  I’m totally intrigued.
  • blue poetry: Is this poetry of sorrow, or poetry of sky?
  • bowel movement in a bookstore: No wonder you got my blog.

Book News:


12 thoughts on “Newsday Tuesday

  1. Haha… I like the Sherman Alexie quote… Actually all the quotes are hilarious. I never thought the book characters might feel squished when I shoved a book in my backpack! ;)

    1. I did as well. He’s hilarious on twitter (as he is in his books). I never thought about it either, but suddenly I’m concerned with it, haha.

    1. I enjoy reading yours as well – I just need to get better at commenting. And yes, I love searching through the articles and find interesting tidbits.

  2. Wow, you cover a huge about of news here! All sorts. I think I am most intrigued by Harper Lee, Hey Boo. Such a great story. Thanks for your blog visit and kind comment. K.

    1. I’m really excited about Hey Boo. I think it’s going to be amazing. I (sadly) didn’t know Harper Lee was a woman until about a year ago – where was I in high school English. I’m ashamed. Thank you for visiting.

  3. I love your blog! So many interesting and fun things! I love the fish too! I’ve never seen that before! Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting!

  4. I’m not sure what the collective nun for English Teachers is, but I do know the collective noun for “nerds.” It’s a “spock of nerds.” Cool stuff!

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