On The Poetry Prompt: Cow Ponds and Glass Frogs

Given that my entire upcoming chapbook from Finishing Line Press, Flying Beneath the Dog Star: Poems from a Pandemic, came from using the NaPoWriMo poetry prompts during National Poetry Month, I do have a few things to share about using the poetry prompt. And Split Rock Review has just published a new poem, Octopus on a Sea Dock, that uses a whole mix of made-up poetry prompts like “use something from the day’s National Geographic” post, among others. . .

It’s a useful tool, so I took Split Rock Review up on its offer to publish On Cow Ponds and Glass Frogs: Using the Poetry Prompt. You can read it at Split Rock! And, yes, I had fun with it!

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One thought on “On The Poetry Prompt: Cow Ponds and Glass Frogs

  1. Dear Kathy,

    What a great idea using prompts to open new territory and to have fun! (And find a sweet publishing opportunity). We just have to keep open, creative, and keep pushing into the new.

    Steve

    On Thu, Jan 6, 2022 at 10:08 PM Kathryn Winograd wrote:

    > Kathryn Winograd posted: ” Given that my entire upcoming chapbook from > Finishing Line Press, Flying Beneath the Dog Star: Poems from a Pandemic, > came from using the NaPoWriMo poetry prompts during National Poetry Month, > I do have a few things to share about using the poetry prompt” >

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