Is there anything nicer than free poetry? Or a free book? Well, yes there is. There is indeed. Things that come to mind: Sudden world peace, or being head butted by a mountain lion, or winning the genetic lottery. But, free poetry is still very nice, wouldn’t you agree? 🙂
This morning, I posted my 100th entry on this blog. Because 100 blog posts seems like a lot to me, I’d like to mark the occasion with a little give-away. I am giving away two copies of my chapbook the five parts of love: confabulating sappho, signed or unsigned whichever you prefer.
All you have to do is leave a comment on this post, sharing the title and author of a book of poems you really enjoyed, and one or two sentences on what makes it so enjoyable. Whether you talk about Shakespeare or Dr.Seuss or a brand new writer does not make a difference — just share what you enjoyed reading. Easy, right? Just make sure to enter an email-address or a blog / website link in the form so I can contact you if you win, and post your comment by February 6th, 2013.
On February 07th, I will randomly pick two commenters’ names, so that hopefully, you’ll have the five parts of love in your physical mailbox by Valentine’s Day. 🙂 This give-away is open to anyone, anywhere — it may take a little longer to get there if you’re outside the US.
P.S.: For those who don’t want to wait, the chapbook is available at Dancing Girl Press for 7 USD plus postage.