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  • Ketan Hukare Rookie - 1st Stage (10/28/2012 4:36:00 AM) Post reply

    Hello Friends,

    I am Ketan Hukare

    I humbly request everyone to read and comment on my poems!
    Please read and explore talent from this boy!

    Thanking You All


  • Joe Giuliani Rookie - 1st Stage (10/23/2012 4:32:00 PM) Post reply


    Please note that my new book of poetry, " Dada Reborn: 21st Century Poems, " is now available on Amazon (Ebook) .

    These poems are intended for a mature liberal-minded audience.



  • Ronn Michael Salinas Rookie - 1st Stage (10/4/2012 1:18:00 AM) Post reply

    This site has become faulty.

  • Bruce Clemence Rookie - 1st Stage (9/12/2012 6:11:00 AM) Post reply

    I have a poem superimposed on an appropriate photograph in JPG and PDF format that I'd like to post, or add to my (blank) ebook. Have hit a brick wall with this, going around in circles, as there is no option to ADD a pdf file to my ebook. ANy ideas?thanks

  • Duncan Schieb Rookie - 1st Stage (9/11/2012 4:48:00 PM) Post reply

    Hello- I own a video production company that specialises in video marketing. We are looking for unpublished poems that writers would be happy to let us use with professional voice over in our videos. Our current concentration is on poetry that has a New York slant. Feel free to view an example of work we have completed below. Writers get full credits. Feel free to send an email to my inbox.


    Duncan Schieb

  • Neil Crawford Rookie - 1st Stage (8/31/2012 3:50:00 AM) Post reply

    Hi Everyone,

    I recently had poemhunter compile my poems into an e-book.

    It has appeared on my 'poets' page' but I cannot track it on the list.Does anyone know how to do this?.

    I cannot believe that you have to trawl through 800 pages.

    I have e-mailed poemhunter but they have not got back to me yet.

    Thanks for any help/advice.

  • Winston 2196 Rookie - 1st Stage (8/25/2012 6:01:00 AM) Post reply

    Please, can u tell me how are my poems.

  • Ngwa Louis Rookie - 1st Stage (8/7/2012 12:05:00 PM) Post reply

    Hi there, i wish to know what necessary steps are required in publishing a book (poems) . And how do you go about marketing your books?

  • Jessica Hernandez (teardrop) Rookie - 1st Stage (8/5/2012 9:32:00 AM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    Hi, I am Jessica. I have been thinking about making a book of my poems and publishing it but i dont know what to do or how to get started. So if anyone could give me some advice or anything would like you help thank you.

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    • Titi Dale (9/30/2012 4:40:00 AM) Post reply

      Hi Jessica. I am younger than you are, and I am thinking about publishing a book. I am not very knowledgeable about this topic, but I can give you a few tips. The first thing you need to do is know ... more

  • Doug Bentley Rookie - 1st Stage (7/21/2012 4:45:00 PM) Post reply

    Man has used vocal chords for communication for many hundreds of thousands of years, writing for maybe fifty(?) . At 1500 years of age or so, English is a precocious infant tongue. Its codified grammar spans less than an eye blink. Shakespeare never studied grammar: it wouldn't be codified until more than 250 years later. Speech primary, writing derivative, there are no grammar books on oral English usage, either.

    About 1,000 million people on this planet use English.330 million in the US,60 million in the UK. So, International English is the new norm. When a tonal language like Putonghua, most common on the globe, collides with English, effects are structural. Our complex, fragmented verb formations, A or B prepositional logic, either/or standard conjunction categories are fractured. Putonghua is more in tune with our new authority on global English usage- " www." - and its instant everywhere.

    With that, language itself, a living vibrating membrane of ever-recreative intelligence, falls subject to arcane equations of algorithms and search engines- math, not phonetics. Google, not the Queen is now king. That's a very great pity.- Remember your memories?They're experiences, not theories.

    In our world, Science, self-proclaimed high priest, issues its new bulls daily. Today's " You Should" is tomorrow's " Oops! " One can't put one's faith in theories with a shelf life of only a few months. We marvel at the " miracles" of western medicine. Its goal is to keep us alive: its failure rate is 100%. Soon it may succeed in its mission. Personally, the thought of spending physical immortality on this planet is purgatorial nightmare. Behavior without the consequence of death knows no boundaries. And education is a foolish prescription to put faith in.

    For at least a generation, masses education, as the purveyor of yesterday's knowledge, has been obsolete. Yet schooling around the globe is still stuck in that content hypnosis mode; what to learn, not process how. The educator must continue to churn out generations of intellectual giants with childish characters, and will do so until doomsday. That's built into the business. An obscure hope may be the repair of the human brain itself. It's anatomically mad, you know.

    But I digress. The multiplication of stored memory produced by the printing press is now a gradient orders of magnitude steeper with " www." . As memory transfer technology, major effects of " http://" may not be understood for decades. Yet, again, personal experience references a point. Reading a book requires an almost autistic disconnection from environment: the internet demands participation. Either A or B is both A and B with " www." - another reason education's real challenge and role is soft skills evolution. Crudely, EQ not IQ refinement; intuition, not intellect and will.

    In pith, every major technology, from sandal to rocket, glove to satellite grid, tribal fire to Saudi Oil, has magnified Man's mental topographies and scope of experience. Poetic material, the sum of our remembered personal experience, is today a mosaic with far more complex patterns and horizons than the printing press bound hierophant of parochial, partisan, tiny, elitist publications- the english editor- can legislate or arbitrate. With its democratizing platform, the internet has not only made the Arab Spring a side-effect of " www." , it has relocated 880,000+ global English poems to a new address @ PoemHunter.Com, Paris.

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