Welcome back, all, for the second Saturday of Na/GloPoWriMo.
Our featured daily participant is Writing in North Norfolk, where you’ll find a very breezy (pun intended) interpretation of Day Eight’s alter-ego prompt.
Today’s featured online magazine is Pine Hills Review, which is run by students and faculty at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York. This magazine publishes not in discrete issues, but on a rolling basis. Among the poems that Pine Hills Review has recently published, I’ll point you to Grant Clauser’s “Addendum to the Note on John Keats’ Grave Marker.”
And now for our (optional) daily prompt! Because it’s a Saturday, I thought I’d try a prompt that asks you to write in a specific form – the nonet! A nonet has nine lines. The first line has nine syllables, the second has eight, and so on until you get to the last line, which has just one syllable.