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Sunday, April 3, 2011

National Poetry Month Free Poetry Book Giveaway


Wanna free copy of my new book, The Little Office of the Immaculate Conception, winner of the 2010 Saturnalia Books Poetry Award? If you answered yes, here's all you need to do:

1. Comment on this post, saying something like "Count me in!"

2. Wait till the end of April, when I throw all the names into a hat and pick just one.

3. If you are chosen, I will contact you and ask you to provide me with your ground mail address.

4. A few days later you will receive your very own copy of a book by the poet whom David Kirby says you should be listening to instead of CNN.

Yes, folks, it's that easy.

Happy National Poetry Month, everyone. May poetry ring through your ears, down your halls, and through your very own special piece of heaven all the live-long April.

31 comments:

Rachel Dacus said...

Hi, Martha --

Toss my name into the hat!

Rachel

seana said...

Oh, yeah. I'm in.

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Filter said...

Pick me, pick me!

Tom C. Hunley said...

Ooh, count me in!

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Nandini said...

Thanks!Count me in!Nandini

Jan Priddy, Oregon said...

Me too me too! Count me in!

Susan Rich said...

Would love to win - glad you're playing. I am, too!

AquaMarina said...

count me in please!

Sandy Longhorn said...

Hey, I'd love to win so I can get this book into someone else's hands. As you know, I already have it and LOVE it.

Andrew said...

Thanks for doing this! Please count me in: eldritch1313 at yahoo dot com

Maureen said...

I'd be delighted to win a copy of your book.

Tawnysha Greene said...

Count me in! Thanks so much! I've got a giveaway on my blog if you want to enter, too...

http://tawnyshagreene.blogspot.com/2011/04/big-poetry-giveaway.html

Terri said...

my name is in the hat!

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Luke said...

Sign me up!

Mara said...

Wonderful! I want every prize to be a book of poetry. Happy Poetry Month.

Robert King said...

Heard your poem on Writer's Almanac this morning
Your right it is amazing

Alliegorie said...

I'd be so happy to win a copy of your book!

Lora said...

Count me in too!

Peter Mulvey said...

Read your poem in the Writer's Almanac this morning, which was more than enough to send me here. Shazam.

Maria said...

yes! I just read you on Writer's Almanac. Loved the poem and had to follow all the links to here!

Suzanne said...

I can only say this, as you are brand-new to me from 10 minutes ago, when I read your poem on Writers Almanack: ME TOO. I have always wondered how on earth we all keep on truckin'. There is so much that can go permanently wrong (it seems, to my mind), there all the time. Yet, for the most part, most of the time, we keep going....Amazing.
Right on!
And of course: you live in Seattle...of course you can "see."

Suzanne said...

Your poem today on Writers Almanack, it touches me as utter truth. I have often felt exactly the same way, but afraid to say it. Thank you for saying it.

Kathleen Gunton said...

Dear Martha of the perfect book titles,
I thank you for your generosity; poetry thanks you.
Kathleen Gunton

Heather said...

Definitely count me in! Loved the poem on Writer's Almanac!

Arlene said...

Count me in thanks : )

Ar

James said...

Yes, I say, yes and yes and yes! Having heard "After Reading There Might Be an Infinite Number of Dimensions" read by Garrison Keillor on The Writer's Almanac last Saturday, and after sharing it far and widely, I can no other answer make but YES!

and so she smiled said...

I'm in!! Thanks!

Martha Silano said...

Kathleen Gunton is our winner! Congrats, Kathleen, and thanks to all for your participation and kind words.