a break in May

We’ll be back with a new poem on the evening of May 25th, but this week we hope you’ll visit or revisit the volume 9 poems published so far this year.

Poems created from the short stories of Nathaniel Hawthorne

Kate Falvey, “The Three Visionary Girls

Karen George, “Ars Poetica

Poems created with John Mills’ Letters of a Radio-Engineer to His Son (1922)

Susan Kay Anderson, “At Radio Central

Carol H. Jewell, “LETTER 19: THE AUDION AMPLIFIER AND ITS CONNECTIONS

Basilik√© Pappa, “PORTUGUESE WIRES

M. E. Silverman, “John Mills’ Letter of a Radio Engineer to his Son on Electricity and Matter

Christine Veasey, “Dear Youth

Poems created using other pre-1927 materials

Deborah-Zenha Adams, “hold the world

James Benton, “Address Alternate Gettysburg Lincoln’s of Reading

K Roberts, [see; that last lovely tree]

Kelly R. Samuels, “Riding Several Horses

Jonathan Yungkans, “Forslin’s Jig