I was very surprised and pleased to receive my first blogging award nomination, thanks to Vikram Here. Let me get right to it:
Whether it's haiku, scifaiku, or other minimalist forms, I've been enjoying writing micropoetry for several years now. The small sizes fit nicely into a hectic life. Let's look at some options WordPress affords for presentation. Troubled by the automatic double-spacing when sharing your poetry? You can try using the <pre> tag in your coding. I've … Continue reading Presenting Micropoetry
So, beside me I have a stack of my notebook journals stretching from early elementary school to about a week ago. I'm relieved I've kept so many of them, mostly. Who knows for whom they were intended on an entry-to-entry basis, but I'm happy I have them here this moment to re-read and interpret in … Continue reading Revisiting Old Journals
I assume you are here to look over a fellow writer's reading shelf. And to nod your head, scowl, discover a new reading lead, and/or see what everyone else is still reading these days. That's what I do, at least. What I won't do, though, is attempt to rank these fine penslingers. Would you do … Continue reading Tip of the Cap: My Favorite Classic Writers
This is that infamous first post that has ground many a fledgling blog to a halt (particularly those attempted by overly-particular editors). Now, the responsible thing to do here would be to explain the general content planned at WREADITOR before the emphasis begins to flutter off inevitably to more SEO-friendly pastures. Other noble intentions could … Continue reading What is WREADITOR?