Elizabeth Barrette (ysabetwordsmith) wrote,
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Poetry Fishbowl Report for January 5, 2016

Our theme this month was "Unexpected Uses for Ordinary Things." I worked from noon to 3 AM, so about 13 hours allowing for lunch and supper breaks. I wrote 11 poems on Tuesday and 2 later in the week.

Participation was lower, with 26 comments on LiveJournal and another 24 on Dreamwidth. A total of 21 people left prompts, though, which is still pretty good. There were no new prompters this time.


Read Some Poetry!
The following poems from the January 5, 2016 Poetry Fishbowl have been posted:
"The Bricolage of Banished Lives"
"The Discovery of Making Do"
"The Exercise of Ingenuity"
"The Improvisation of Human Existence"
"Life Is an Improvisation"
"Mightier Than the Sword"
"The Superfluity of Thumbs"
"Ten Ways to Use a Spoon"
"With Whatever Comes to Hand"

"The Tornado Blew Away" (Polychrome Heroics, December 1, 2015 Poetry Fishbowl) (linkback poem)
"No Matter How Annoying" (Polychrome Heroics, 11/25/15, outside prompt calls)
"Hygge" (Hart's Farm, December 1, 2015 Poetry Fishbowl)


Buy some poetry!
If you plan to sponsor some poetry but haven't made up your mind yet, see the unsold poetry list for January 5, 2016. That includes the title, length, price, and the original thumbnail description for the poems still available.

All currently sponsored poems from this session have been posted.  There were seven donors this time: [personal profile] capriuni[personal profile] rix_scaedu[personal profile] janetmiles[personal profile] siliconshaman[personal profile] technoshaman, Anthony and Shirley Barrette.  None of them were new.


The Poetry Fishbowl project also has a permanent landing page.
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