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Poetry By On September 22, 2019

Available

You’ve always been available to me Always allowing yourself to be the drug I got to taste but never swallow Text me back                              Take me back I’m not done making myself a fool for you yet   -2019    

Blogger By On September 17, 2019

Interview with Poet Paul Webb – Installment 11

DDateable travels again!! This time we’re in Brazil with Paul Webb! Paul is a poet, translator, and English-language teacher, just to name a few! And quite an educated man, Webb holds a BA in Theology, a Master’s degree in Modern Languages and a Doctorate in Sociology. Naturally my first question will have to be about Language to a translator and…

Blogger By On September 16, 2019

Where I Ache Kindle Sale!!

Starting Today Where I Ache kindle version will be just $0.99 for the whole week on US Amazon!!!   Grab your copy here   Some reviews to check if you’re interested!:  

Blogger By On September 10, 2019

Interview with Poet Jupiter Grant- Installment 10

Today we travel across the pond to UK poet and blogger Jupiter Grant! Jupiter recently released her saucy debut collection “Poe-rotica” which I reviewed and we’ll talk about today! We learn much more about the depth and insight of the collection from this interview so let’s hop right into it.   A good chunk of your collection is written in…

Blogger By On August 29, 2019

Debatably Dateable is 3 years old!

I’m so excited to celebrate another anniversary with Debatably Dateable! She’s quickly closing in on 5k followers and is consistently setting new records for monthly views this summer, so I couldn’t be prouder! Over the past 3 years, I’ve been able to produce about 500 posts and 2 poetry collections. Ddateable has been a great launching pad for my sophomore…

Blogger By On August 27, 2019

Poetry Book Reviews

Some more book review coming your way!! Real like Laundry – Breanne Weber   It was so cool to see how this poet used the landscape of the page to draw in drama from spacing out words to isolating sentences. In a similar sense, she also used font size and boldness to highlight words. This gave extra depth to those…

Poetry By On August 26, 2019

Coming Back

I’m happy as I drive this way home seeing the familiar signs and curves of the road Not because I’m happy to go home but because it had been a few too many weeks since I was coming back from your place <3   -May 2019

Blogger By On August 23, 2019

Interview with Poet Kate – Installment 9

Today we’re lucky to interview Kate from the Philippines! I’m always so excited when this blog gets to travel internationally! Kate’s been writing poetry for a number of years now, honing her craft during her college days. She is an artist that enjoys art in many forms including reading and music. Let’s here from Kate now! What’s your perfect setting…

Blogger By On August 14, 2019

Interview with Poet Alice Fawn – Installment 8

Alice Fawn is bursting with creative talent from her poetry, singing songwriting, writing, and even teaching yoga. Alice carries out her day in an art form with grace. She heals your body, mind, and soul through all of her creative work. Let’s dive into some of her many projects now.   How would you describe ‘Soft Fairytales’ in one sentence? …

Blogger By On August 7, 2019

Mini Poetry Reviews

I wanted to review some poetry collections since my collection Where I Ache has been getting some lovely buzz here on WordPress.     From this, I Bloom – Emily Jane Burton   You might remember I actually interviewed Emily early this year as part of my Poet Interview Series. This might be my favorite poetry book I own! The…