Another Amy Lowell quote for today....
"Let us be of cheer, remembering that the misfortunes hardest to bear are those which never come."
Poetry Contest - 2006 Autumn House :
Judged by award-winning poet Tim Seibles, the 2006 Autumn House Poetry Contest awards publication of a full-length manuscript and $2,500 to the winner. The postmark deadline for entries is June 30, 2006 - click here to get all the details.
Also of interest... THE HAY(NA)KU ANTHOLOGY, NO. 2: A SUBMISSIONS CALL [click here]
In the news:
AT&T has issued a statement saying, "it had an obligation to assist government agencies responsible for protecting the public welfare" in response to handing over phone records of millions of people to the NSA without any warrants or court orders. How refreshing to know that AT&T could not give a rats ass about their customers. At least they got it out in the open. Hell, if we take the six degrees of separation theory to heart, we are probably all linked to terrorists.
America Loses a Treasure: Stanley Kunitz / Audio - Melissa Block All Things Considered - NPR [here]
tags: Writing and poetry AT&T Privacy NSA