Joshua A. Woodard is the author of several dozen poems and short stories. His goal in life is to support his family through his writings exclusively. He is currently working on a screenplay titled Sick Day.
Posted May 17, 2013 by Joshua A. Woodard
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I stumbled upon a volume of American and British poetry from 1950 the other day, and the introduction in it blew me away. The editor’s last name was Unterman, I think. I’ll even send it along, if you’re interested. It’s not like they’d have it at the local Barnes and Noble.
I love reading poetry, and I’m looking forward to reading yours on this site. All the best to you.
Thanks for stopping by! I would love to read the anthology that you stumbled upon. Barnes and Noble’s poetry selection is severely lacking. I went to Barnes and Noble a couple of months ago looking for a book of Dylan Thomas poetry and they didn’t have anything by him.I could understand if I would have been looking for an obscure poet, but Dylan Thomas? I was shocked.
Give me a day or two to look through the book, and then I’ll send it along to you. If you email an address to rlincolnharris(at)gmail(dot)com I’ll send it out. Thanks in advance.
Wow, I didn’t realize that you were going to mail me the book. I thought you had a link where it was posted on-line. I don’t want you to give me your stuff! Thank you so much for being so nice though!
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