About the NaPo Poems

I’m going to move them off the Poetry page by Cinco de Mayo (this Friday).

I’ve set up a password-protected page for them. In time I may arrange it so that it only has links on it, and the poems themselves are password-protected. Why, you ask? Well, first, I’m not keen on keeping my stuff archived forever on this blog without any real order to it. And second, while publishers are going through their culture-change angst, I’d rather not have anything to impede the possibility of things being published. Times change and this policy may also change, in time. But that’s how it is for now.

So if you want to read them after the end of this week, you can contact me through the form at the bottom of this page to get the password.

Another thought. WordPress is a powerful host. Maybe one day I’ll set this blog up to accept subscriptions and the subscribers can have full access to the whole thing, passwords notwithstanding. How’s that sound?

Till then, though — Cinco de Mayo.

And I’m not even Mexican.


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