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Naw’leans Revisited

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It was a return trip, a bucket list type of thing. My memories had faded of this city, home of a favorite author, full of amazing architecture and wonderful food. A steamboat sung and paddled on the Mississippi, memories of the riverbank quickly replaced… Continue Reading “Naw’leans Revisited”

Sunset Selection

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The Blizzard and Syrian Wisdom On a mid-March Monday in 2003, my students were restless with rumors of storm, thrilled that school might close on days scheduled for standardized testing, events they dread more than final exams or flu shots. Robot calls came Tuesday… Continue Reading “Sunset Selection”

New Poetry Month Titles

In honor of National Poetry Month, we launched two new titles today: 1) Catherine Sophia’s Elbow, a novel-in-verse by Darla K. Crist, 2) Hints, a chapbook of micro-poems by Rose Auslander.

TEN with Ellaraine Lockie

This week, we’re pleased to present an interview with poet and paper-maker-extraordinaire, Ellaraine Lockie. Ellaraine graced Form.Reborn with a series of Japanese verse last week and will be featured in Shape of a Box this summer.

TEN with F.I. Goldhaber

Form.Reborn is very pleased to feature a series of haiku by F.I. Goldhaber this week. Her poetry has appeared in 3 Lights Gallery and The Rambler among many others. Her book-length collection, Pairs of Poems, was published last year by Uncial Press.

TEN with Christian Ward

Form. Reborn launches today on Twitter with a haiku by Christian Ward. Christian is a London-based writer whose work has appeared in the Everyday Poets, The Kenyon Review, Word Riot, and Diagram among many others. We caught up with Christian at his local pub and held the darts hostage until he agreed to answer our questions: