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doodlerTM lives in the snowy woodlands of upstate New York. She has a pet Yeti. You're jealous.

neurotype spends her time in and outside of Chicago, where she can be found writing science fiction, entertaining hookers, and writing science fiction about hookers. Her work has been seen in magazines.

HtBlack is a goddamn classy Italian cyclops with at least one dog. When not wrestling sewer rats, she writes sonnets on her balcony.

tiganusi has never ever rolled a cigarette using a page from a bible. His work has appeared in at least three magazines that you've heard of and his photographs have given at least one old man a stroke.

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Order DEAR TEEN ME from The Book Spot in Round Rock, TX, and I will sign and personalize your book for you! They ship! Email me directly about A GUIDE FOR THE PRACTICAL ABDUCTEE or A JAB OF DEEP URGENCY and I'll sign & send you swag with your purchase.

April 8 - April 11, 2015: AWP Annual Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota!
I'll be reading and signing at various events throughout the conference. Keep an eye here for updates, as some of these events are not written in stone yet. You'll catch me wandering around the book fair, perhaps sitting at the Hunger Mountain booth or chillin' and signin' at Red Bird Chapbooks' table (times TBA). On Wednesday the 8th, I'll be at the Prince Purple Poetry Party at the Record Room (hopefully reading, but otherwise partying). On Friday the 10th, I'll be reading at Found Poetry Review's JamPoRee at House of Balls.

April 14-17, 2015: TLA Annual Conference in Austin, Texas!
Signings and appearances TBA, but I'll be there with bells boots on! On at least one of these days, you'll be able to find me at Pat Anderson's Overlooked Books booth, signing poetry chapbooks and DEAR TEEN ME.

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April is the cruelest (AND FUNNEST) month!

Journal Entry: Mon Mar 30, 2015, 9:32 PM
FROM THE DESK OF E. KRISTIN ANDERSON:

Hello, readers!

March is ending, and, for me, that means a month of absolutely delightful chaos is about to ensue. As a poet, I look forward to April every year. April is National Poetry Month, which means I'm celebrating in numerous ways! And, this year, it's busier than ever!

Prince Sunglass Look

Starting April 1, there will be a pretty incredible line-up of poets (and poetry lovers) guest-posting on my author blog while I go off to conquer other tasks. I hope you enjoy their posts. Because, man, there are some exciting people with exciting ideas that will be hanging out there over the course of the month.

Website-Badge-2

Meanwhile, I'll be over at PoMoSco.com, posting new poems every day based on prompts provided by Found Poetry Review. This year, they are celebrating national poetry month with a scouting-esque experience. Each challenge represents a badge that we can "win" for completing the challenge. There are 30 badges, and you know I want to collect them all! We got to start ahead, which is great, since I'll be traveling this month. I've already enjoyed working with source texts like DEENIE by Judy Blume, a Buffy Season 8 graphic novel, and an X-Files transcript!

So, the traveling? Yep, I'll be at AWP in Minneapolis! (HOME OF PRINCE!!!) where I'll be reading, signing, and taking in all of the awesome lectures and panels that I can. I'll also be exploring the city with PoMoSco scouts, on a special FPR mission to earn some extra badges, which will culminate in a reading on Friday, April 10. So, you know, don't miss that. (More details on my AWP schedule can be found on my Events page.) I'm so excited to meet so many of my new poetry friends and, finally, the team at Red Bird Chapbooks, who are based in St. Paul.

And I'm making some "Raspberry Beret" hair clips to go with bookmarks announcing my new chapbook forthcoming with Porkbelly Press. Gotta take advantage of the Minneapolis locale! Here's the supplies I have so far. We're ALMOST ready to get started:

Crafty time!

And then there's TLA. I'll be signing on Wednesday in the author area and also at a date/time TBA at the Overlooked Books booth. So keep an eye on that schedule if you want to come see me and get some books signed! I always love TLA -- visiting with educators, librarians, readers and authors, chatting with publicists about awesome new books, and learning more about the industry.

Toward the end of the month, things should be winding down. But there will be daily guest posts at my blog, daily poems at PoMoSco.com, and, you know, MAYBE a reading from Texas PoMoSco participants. I'll let y'all know if this happens via Twitter & Facebook. Hoping we can pull this off, because, you know, how awesome would that be?

So, that's my April. What are you doing to celebrate National Poetry Month?

http://www.ekristinanderson.com


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My name is Emily, but if you're looking for my published work, you should Google E. Kristin Anderson. (Ask me and I'll tell you the why-I-need-a-pen-name story.) I write poetry (for everyone) and fiction (for young adults and children) and nonfiction (sometimes). I'm the co-editor of the nonfiction anthology DEAR TEEN ME (Zest Books, 2012) based on the website DearTeenMe.com, where authors write letters to their teen selves. I have two poetry chapbooks out: A JAB OF DEEP URGENCY (Finishing Line Press) and A GUIDE FOR THE PRACTICAL ABDUCTEE (Red Bird Chapbooks). I'm an online editor at Hunger Mountain and a contributing editor at Found Poetry Review . I blog at EKristinAnderson.com about books and writing and my bizarro life here in Austin, TX. If you're looking for editorial or mentoring servies, I'm a member of Yellow Bird Editors, a group of industry professionals offering these and other services for professionals as well as beginning writers and teens.

I grew up in Westbrook, Maine and went to Connecticut College in the beautiful New London, CT, and have a fancy-sounding degree in Classics. Once upon a time I lived in Brooklyn and worked at The New Yorker magazine and sometimes I have dreams that I have to go into the office and make the magazine and can't remember how. ATX, though? It's a great home. I like to take photographs with toy and vintage cameras. Don't listen to anyone who says watching television will rot your brain -- some of my best ideas have come from TV.

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`PinkyMcCoversong brings a type of dedication and enthusiasm that's a fantastic asset to our literature community. A constant inspiration and mentor to many, Emily has an eclectic background that has allowed her to develop a gallery filled with poetry and prose that will keep you glued and eager for more. An already published writer, Emily brought the "Dear Teen Me" concept to the fore in our deviantART community, and has continued to inspire writers young and old to participate. We're absolutely delighted to kickstart our 13th Birthday celebrations by bestowing the Deviousness Award for August 2013 to`PinkyMcCoversong.
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April is the cruelest (AND FUNNEST) month!

Journal Entry: Mon Mar 30, 2015, 9:32 PM
FROM THE DESK OF E. KRISTIN ANDERSON:

Hello, readers!

March is ending, and, for me, that means a month of absolutely delightful chaos is about to ensue. As a poet, I look forward to April every year. April is National Poetry Month, which means I'm celebrating in numerous ways! And, this year, it's busier than ever!

Prince Sunglass Look

Starting April 1, there will be a pretty incredible line-up of poets (and poetry lovers) guest-posting on my author blog while I go off to conquer other tasks. I hope you enjoy their posts. Because, man, there are some exciting people with exciting ideas that will be hanging out there over the course of the month.

Website-Badge-2

Meanwhile, I'll be over at PoMoSco.com, posting new poems every day based on prompts provided by Found Poetry Review. This year, they are celebrating national poetry month with a scouting-esque experience. Each challenge represents a badge that we can "win" for completing the challenge. There are 30 badges, and you know I want to collect them all! We got to start ahead, which is great, since I'll be traveling this month. I've already enjoyed working with source texts like DEENIE by Judy Blume, a Buffy Season 8 graphic novel, and an X-Files transcript!

So, the traveling? Yep, I'll be at AWP in Minneapolis! (HOME OF PRINCE!!!) where I'll be reading, signing, and taking in all of the awesome lectures and panels that I can. I'll also be exploring the city with PoMoSco scouts, on a special FPR mission to earn some extra badges, which will culminate in a reading on Friday, April 10. So, you know, don't miss that. (More details on my AWP schedule can be found on my Events page.) I'm so excited to meet so many of my new poetry friends and, finally, the team at Red Bird Chapbooks, who are based in St. Paul.

And I'm making some "Raspberry Beret" hair clips to go with bookmarks announcing my new chapbook forthcoming with Porkbelly Press. Gotta take advantage of the Minneapolis locale! Here's the supplies I have so far. We're ALMOST ready to get started:

Crafty time!

And then there's TLA. I'll be signing on Wednesday in the author area and also at a date/time TBA at the Overlooked Books booth. So keep an eye on that schedule if you want to come see me and get some books signed! I always love TLA -- visiting with educators, librarians, readers and authors, chatting with publicists about awesome new books, and learning more about the industry.

Toward the end of the month, things should be winding down. But there will be daily guest posts at my blog, daily poems at PoMoSco.com, and, you know, MAYBE a reading from Texas PoMoSco participants. I'll let y'all know if this happens via Twitter & Facebook. Hoping we can pull this off, because, you know, how awesome would that be?

So, that's my April. What are you doing to celebrate National Poetry Month?

http://www.ekristinanderson.com


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This is a found poem. Source Material: “Make Your Own Luck” by Susan Hyatt. Seventeen, April 2015, page 99.  “Our Video Game Takes the Taboo Out of Tampons” by the Editors. Seventeen, April 2015, page 100.  “What’s Your $$$ M.O.?” by Lisa Freedman. Seventeen, April 2015, page 104.

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Flowers at Lunch
This is a found poem. Source material: Love: Prom Survival Guide by the Editors. Seventeen, April 2014, pages 93-97.
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Honey
This is a found poem. Source material: “Who Run the World? Curls!” by Jillian Ruffo. Seventeen, April 2015, page 74.  “Make Your Own Hair Products!” by Jillian Ruffo. Seventeen, April 2015, page 78.  “Beauty Newsfeed” by the Editors. Seventeen, April 2015, pages 80-81.
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I Can't Go a Day
This is a found poem. Source material: “Love Her Style” by Nala Wayans/The Editors. Seventeen, April 2015, page 54.  “Join the Blondetourage!” by Jillian Ruffo. Seventeen, April 2015, pages 60-66.
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Wordeea Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
thanks for the watch ! and I can't believe I wasn't watching you - done. ;)
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PinkyMcCoversong Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2015  Professional Writer
<3<3 ditto!
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Lady-Yume Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015   Writer
Hello :heart:

On behalf of the Glory-Be-Project, I'm very happy to welcome you into our group, and wish you all the best in your year-long-writing-adventure :la:
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch (:
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fleeet Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Biography for E. Kristin Anderson:

E. Kristin Anderson is a writer of many things, most recently branching out into the heady world of commissions for the writing of biographies for other people.
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PinkyMcCoversong Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2015  Professional Writer
Heck yes! <3
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fleeet Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
:love:  i have been on an old friend rampage around this site.  this is good golden memory fun
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PinkyMcCoversong Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2015  Professional Writer
Awwwww <3<3 miss you!
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happy birthday, Em.
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Happy Birthday! :3
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Happy birthday! :party:
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