Well here we are, one week in to the madness. This time last year I had managed to keep up – seven poems-in-progress posted. Looking back, they included some of the best I wrote all month. Three damn good, one reasonable, two that will be recycled at some point, and one that … hmm, lets just say it isn’t likely to make it into a second collection.
I’ve been really enjoying reading the posts from this year’s NZ contingent. If you haven’t been checking, feel free to use the list below to go and roam among the tulips. (And if I’ve missed someone, leave your name and a link to your NaPoWriMo posts in the comments and I’ll add you!) Particular faves so far would be Marisa’s gloriously weird Love in the Time of Feedlots, Catherine’s Radio Wave Propagation in the Roman Warm Period (who could go past that title?!), Kay’s beautiful such attendance, and Greg’s The Sunrise, which I am working very hard not to filch lines from. You are all disgustingly good, and I am extremely jealous.
- Catherine at Still Standing on her Head
- Greg at Greg O’Connell.com
- Marisa at Poems by Marisa
- Kay at Born to a Red Headed Woman
Rollcall time, Kiwi NaPoWriMo-ers!
- How do you feel so far,
- how many poems have you completed,
- and how many of those do you rank as good / bad /dear god, get it away from me?