A necklace of shells coiled her throat in Lynda Hull's poem
Corey Marks Interview
Belle Waring and a joint blog
On Fever, Mood and crows on pg 43 of Dark Blonde. In Crow Planet, crows have lifted another writer from depression.
Alberto Alvaro Rios on poets.org, on ASU. In 'What abides' poem he draws on the 'walk' and extends it pliantly. In 'Aunt Matilde's story of the big Day', he starts writing about a remmebered day trying to be remembered on a day when nothing else is to be remembered and then extends it to years. In 'My Chili', Chili is so many things at once. Reading his poetry can give you many ideas on how to write.