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Poets Gather for Cultural Festival Before Olympics - Posted July 2, 2012
The Olympics may be a couple of weeks away, but the festivities are already beginning in the literary world. As part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad, the games' arts and culture festival, more than 200... [GalleyCat]

Check Out This Algorithm That Turns Tweets Into Poetry - Posted May 11, 2012
Meet Pentametron. He's a robotic Twitter account, but he's not part of the spam variety - he turns tweets into Shakespeare-like poetry, using an algorithm to seek out and retweet the most poetic of our 140-character musings. If you're a fan of The Bard an... [AllTwitter]

TwiHaiku: Where Twitter and Poetry Collide - Posted March 7, 2011
For all you poets out there, what better way to promote your work, hone your craft and connect with the creative class than in 140-characters or less? TwiHaiku is a Twitter-centered organization designed to collect haiku poems on Twitter. Read more at S... [AllTwitter]

Free Rhyming Dictionary Online - Posted October 25, 2010
Believe it or not, this GalleyCat editor once attempted to write a private detective epic poem. The project stalled for many reasons, but primarily because we are TERRIBLE at making rhymes. To help all the struggling poets in the audience, we'v... [GalleyCat]

Will Poetry Lose Its Meaning In An eBook? - Posted October 7, 2010
EBooks and poetry do not go hand in hand. With the ability to zoom in, change fonts and change text size on eBooks, you run the risk of losing meaning. Imagine changing the spacing of an Ezra Pound poem, whose visual presentatio... [Inside Mobile Apps]

LA Times Book Prize Nominations Announced - Posted March 2, 2007
The LA Times Book Prizes have announced the finalists, for the awards given in April. Fiction David Mitchell, Black Swan Green (Random House) Peter Orner, The Second Coming of Mav... [FishbowlLA]