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In keeping with the month long celebration of all things poetry I found myself at the “A German Spring Celebration,” a performance of Robert Schumann’s “Spring” Symphony along with Felix Mendelssohn’s “Overture to the Beautiful Melusine,” Mendelssohn’s musical depiction of the story of the … Continue reading
Today End of Mae passed a milestone – the 20th review! First published in 2011, I can safely promise I’m not buying reviews. If I were, I’d be a lot farther ahead. Since I’m trying to keep the theme of … Continue reading
From Angela: The “Eye” in “Eye Review” stands for my favorite verbal vamp, Amy Eye, authoress and editor extraordinaire of The Eyes for Editing. Here’s what she has to say about Robot Haiku by Ray Salemi. Keep a box of … Continue reading
To celebrate National Poetry Month my friend Robin Wiesneth and I had great plans – we were heading off to a town neither of us were familiar with to attend a poetry slam competition. We even wrote poems for the … Continue reading
From Angela: Tonight I am thrilled to have A.F. Stewart, one of my personal favorite authors, join us to celebrate poetry month. Ms. Stewart is a perfect pick to discuss poetry as she is a published poet with some wonderfully … Continue reading
Poetry is the language of love. Since man could scribble hieroglyphs on parchment and stone, poetry has remained the key way countless loves have been wooed and won. Don’t just take my work for it. Read the sweet story I … Continue reading
Because this month is for poetry, I ‘spose my post must rhyme. They found a chupcabra – have a peek if you have the time ;p Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. El Chupacabra — Found in Texas (Allegedly) … Continue reading