Scribd, haiku and ‘When I Think Sky’

It seems like haiku poets get an even smaller slice of the pie than poets in general. Many anthologized, very talented artists are hard to find, most books out of print. But I just found Alexis Rotella for free on Scribd. If it’s good for an artist like her, I should give it a try, I thought.

So, I put up my own chapbook that I threw together as a test case, “When I Think Sky”.

If you are looking to get your stuff out there, you may want to try it! It’s about time.

Could the iTunes of the lit world finally be coming? I am surprised that writers haven’t been freed by the web in the same way that musicians were freed from record companies when iTunes hit big!

In that spirit, I have to say, Scribd seems worth it….Will it catch on?

http://www.scribd.com/doc/34820571/WhenIThinkSkyPDF

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About genemyers

Gene Myers is a New Jersey poet, music journalist and columnist who learned to walk twice. His weekly column is called The Joy of Life. He was awarded first place in Arts and Entertainment Writing by The New Jersey Press Association.
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5 Responses to Scribd, haiku and ‘When I Think Sky’

  1. Pingback: Across the Haikuverse, no. 3 « Red Dragonfly

    • genemyers says:

      Hi Melissa,
      Thanks for plugging Haiku Now! Know what? I’m the administrator of Haiku Now! Haha! I’ll post a link to your blog on Haiku Now again today.
      Best wishes,
      Gene

  2. Merrill Ann Gonzales says:

    Way to go Gene! A river of links…. it’s great!

  3. Merrill Ann Gonzales says:

    Way to go Gene!… a river of links…it’s great!

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