This is miniature guest post by Celisa Steele.
Just a quick reminder that 100 Thousand Poets for Change is happening tomorrow, Saturday, September 24. Whether you’re a poet or not, I hope you’ll take a few minutes to e-mail your elected representatives a poem or otherwise participate in the biggest poetry event in history. (My post “100 Thousand Poets for Change–and You” tells more about the day’s purpose, origin, and manifestations.) I’ll be sending “In Place of a Curse” by John Ciardi to my elected representatives on Saturday.
This mini guest post is by lifelong learner and poet Celisa Steele. Emrys Press published her first chapbook, How Language Is Lost, in May 2011. You can find out more about her poetry at www.celisasteele.com.