Tuesday, April 05, 2005

Poetic Justice.

As is the case with musicians in the music industry and scientists in academic circles, several talented writers are ignored in the literary world. I've found a great blog with some fantastic poetry. Let's hope this writer makes it to the center stage. Check it out.

3 Comments:

Anonymous little john said...

Agreed. Good stuff. I once knew a talented poet with a wonderful education in the literary arts. A published poet, he ended up discouraged by the lack of attention from the literary world and ended up teaching Shakespeare to juniour high kids in Sacramento.

8:43 PM  
Blogger Vavoom said...

I think this writer's got a good chance of making it. Her work is thoughtful and significant.

I've seen many talented scientists in a manner similar to your friend. It sounds like your pal has chosen a fantastic alternate career path.

4:53 AM  
Blogger secondsb4wake said...

Lucky for me I'm already teaching Shakespeare! Haha. I guess I won't have to leave my poetry because of the critics...or lack thereof!

I hope with every inch of my soul that I never leave writing because I fail to achieve success. But, little john, I can foresee how crippling it might be to go unnoticed for years. It scares me actually. Hey, but I sort of know the feeling, but luckily vavoom rescued me!

9:04 PM  

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