Procrastination Station #31


Lovely love poems // farewell to poster poems (I am sad) // do you really want books to be life-changing?! // weird etymology // stormy weather // & I am so so so so looking forward to this!!!

In conversation with Ferlinghetti (well worth a look!)

The Syllabary — a poem started in the mid-90s, and still going!

I am still not happy about this guy ripping off my hero…

Writing inspiration, + sparkle.

So you want to be a writer?

Found online this week: a lovely new poem from Amanda Oaks // Smoky stuff from McGuire (+ comments debate!) // at a handful of stones: Skin Deep contributor Christian Ward; former Read This contributor Chloe Waterfield; & former Featured Poet Tom Rendell // Praise for former Featured Poet Morganne Couch from Green Ink // and (very exciting) former Featured Poet, the fantastic Eric Hamilton, spitting some of his spoken word over at the 10K Poets Open Mic under his pseudonym “broken-english” (about 4/5 of the way through, after “The Word Machinist”) — worth finding/listening and waiting for. Killer performance…

…oh, plus: the SPL called me “hip.” Sweet!

100 things to do when you’re sad.

Want to know what $1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion dollars!!) looks like? (via)

Don’t forget to check out my SPL podcast…

and here’s something silly (but impressive!) for you: (via)

Have a great weekend!

(Photo by Che-burashka)

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2 Responses to “Procrastination Station #31”

  1. Christian Ward Says:

    Thanks for the mention, Claire.

    Lots of great stuff to check out here, thanks for posting it all.

  2. H. Says:

    That 80s music video is HILARIOUS. Plus they get special points because they did The Final Countdown, which is my husband and I’s song (we walked into the dining room after saying our vows outside to it! Haha)

    Also, I always thought James Franco was kind of hot. Hahahhahaha. I always make the stupidest comments!


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