Poetry Friday Roundup Schedule: January – June 2013

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Join us for Poetry Friday!

Share anything poetry related — original or favorite poems by others, poetry book reviews, musings, teaching ideas, videos, even song lyrics! Read Susan Thomsen’s article at the Poetry Foundation to learn more. Leave your link with the designated host each week.

January
4   Matt at Radio, Rhythm & Rhyme
11  Renee at No Water River
18  Violet at Violet Nesdoly / Poems
25  Tabatha at The Opposite of Indifference

February
1    April at Teaching Authors
8   Tara at A Teaching Life
15  Linda at TeacherDance
22  Sheri at Sheri Doyle

March 
1    Julie at The Drift Record
8   Heidi at My Juicy Little Universe
15  Jone at Check it Out
22  Greg at Gotta Book
29  Mary Lee at A Year of Reading

April
5    Robyn at Read, Write, Howl
12  Diane at Random Noodling
19  Irene at Live Your Poem…
26  Laura at Writing the World for Kids

May
3    Liz at Growing Wild
10  Anastasia at Booktalking
17  Ed at Think Kid, Think!
24  Jama at Jama’s Alphabet Soup
31  Betsy at Teaching Young Writers

June
7    Tabatha at The Opposite of Indifference
14  Margaret at Reflections on the Teche
21  Carol at Carol’s Corner
28  Amy at The Poem Farm

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*A link to this schedule can be found in the sidebar of this blog.

**Special thanks to Mary Lee at A Year of Reading for organizing this schedule!

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3 thoughts on “Poetry Friday Roundup Schedule: January – June 2013

  1. Thanks Jama, I’ve always looked for such a community, but how does this work can I have a group like that? I’m giving up not having anyone ever leaving an opinion, criticism or comment for me.
    I wanted to share one in my blog, titled “She had so much sex” but
    The coming one ‘No Water River’ by Renee looks designed for kids. The next is Violet Nesdoly, but I’m not sure how this works, or if it were for anyone to share what they write at where or how exactly. .. humm am I at the right place >< ?

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  2. Hello. Thanks for your interest. The majority of Poetry Friday participants in this group write poetry for children, and/or work in some capacity with children, either as teachers, librarians, or homeschoolers, etc. I advise reading more of the host blogs listed to get a feel for what kind of poems are shared, to see if what you wish to share would be appropriate for this group, keeping in mind that some of these blogs are also read by children (as is mine).

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