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Guest blogging at BAP

I'm guest-blogging at the Best American Poetry Blog again this week.

Last time I blogged there, I posted daily poems, many of which were sparked by lines I asked other poets to donate. The time before that, it was poems from Israel, since I was wrapping up my summer in Jerusalem.

This time I'm planning a week of posts about poetry, music, Torah, and more. The first two posts are live: motherhood poems (about that Heid E. Erdrich book I wrote about here a few weeks ago) and Dave Bonta's utilitarian odes.

Anyway, if you're interested, feel free to pop over there and check out my guest posts, or to subscribe to the BAP blog and get a regular infusion of poets rambling about life, the universe, and everything delivered to your aggregator or inbox!

Here's a link to all my BAP posts if you want to see them all in one place. Thanks, BAP editors, for inviting me onboard again.