Some 15 poets gathered at the recent Tweetspeak Poetry jam on Twitter, and early on tried to guess the source of the prompts. Some thought it was Annie Dillard’s Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, popular with many of us poets and writers, so popular, in fact, that some of the jam participants kept holding on to it. As it turns out, the source was Annie Dillard, but it was her poetry volume Tickets for a Prayer Wheel: Poems that was the source.
To continue reading (and see the first five poems), please see my post today at Tweetspeak Poetry.
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