Blogs & Blog Posts on Poetry in Minnesota



Blogs on "Poetry"

Jr O'Neil's Creative Writer's Blog
Healing and hope through word and song

NOTES on the written world
A bookish Minnesotan sharing thoughts on all things literary.

A Coded Life Unveiled
“A Coded Life Unveiled” is a blog intended to celebrate freedom, spark...

50000000 Sparber Fans Can't Be Wrong
The personal blog of Max "Bunny" Sparber, playwright, arts critic...

Knockout Literary Magazine Blog
Knockout Literary Magazine's Blog, based out of the northern suburbs o...

wordclusters
Flash fiction, essays and ramblings from a Minneapolis writer.

One Minnesota Writer
Weekly blog by Minnesota writer that covers various aspects of the writing/...

Ontological Damnation
One must have chaos in one's heart to give birth to a dancing star.

25 sobering truths
postings of my thoughts,and opinions.updated on a weekly basis.

Jerusalem Imagined, Recalled and Revisited
Long time Minneapolis resident Michael Dickel writes his blog from Jerusale...

River-Tree Whispers
Poetry. The Creative Mind. Humor. Soul inspired.

Ad Libitum
Smart feminist takes on news, fashion, life and poetry written by award win...

Blog Posts on Poetry

Poet to Poet: Sharon Chmielarz by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Jan 23, 2012 in Poet, poetry, BooksThaoworra Often, as poets, when we do interviews we approach them in a journalistic fashion, even as Ezra Pound reminds us, "poetry is news that stays news." Over the next few months, I wanted to see what would happen if Minnesota p...



Incarnation by Wandering In The Wilderness on Dec 24, 2011 in Christmas, poetryGod came to earth;The Creator became the "created."He came, not in a way anyoneWould expect the Lord Most HighTo come to earth.There was no pomp and circumstance,No fanfare, no fireworks, no parade.He came amidst the smells and dirtOf a barn, born as...



Reading to Nora is My Favorite New Pastime! by The Soulless Machine Review on Dec 21, 2011 in Nora Rose, Poetry...



Winter Solstice by Wandering In The Wilderness on Dec 21, 2011 in poetryNight comes early--too early--before it is even time to sit downto eat a supper meal together.In the morning it will dig in its clawsand try to last as long as possible--knowing that its time has come.Our friends north of herewill see the sun even le...



Goodnight iPad by NOTES on the written world on Dec 20, 2011 in Bookish News, Literature, Poetry, , goodnight ipad, goodnight moon, parody, technologyAnn Droyd, pseudonym for David Milgrim, parodies the classic Goodnight Moon for the 21st century. Read more about Goodnight iPad at The Guardian.



Prayer Experience: Write an Advent Poem by Creo en Dios! on Dec 14, 2011 in Poetry, God, prayerIn different Advent retreat settings, including the Advent Retreat in Daily Living I’m currently offering at UST, I’ve encouraged retreatants to write their own O Antiphons. We live in a different time and place than when the “O” anti...



First Snow by I'll Take Tea on Nov 29, 2011 in favorite things, nature, one thousand gifts, personal poetry, photography, poetry, winterThough it’s now gone, the first snow did fall and was glorious. A simple haiku to thank the Lord for His gift…   Dust of stars swirl ’round, hugging earth and taking breath, winter is announced! <><><>&#...



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