Brendan Constantine, whose work appeared in Moon Tide's anthology Carving in Bone, was recently tapped to be a guest blogger for Poets & Writers. (No, I'm not implying that our anthology is Brendan's only publication credit — I'm just pointing out that we published him once because it makes us feel lofty and discerning.) In this hilarious piece, Brendan talks about the meaning of poetry for people who aren't professional poets and reveals the shocking revelation that he can't stand rhubarb pie.
You can read Brendan's blog entry here. And if you want to order a copy of Carving in Bone, you can do it here on our website. Yes, Brendan Constantine, the guy who's now blogging for Poets & Writers, once appeared in one of our books. Our books. Just putting it out there.
September 5, 2012 : Posted by Michael Miller