The blog is called "little paper parasols" and it signifies my love of short oriental poetry (haiku, tanka, renku) and other short-form types (cinquian, sonnets, freeform, couplets, and my own invention, the octain). I'm calling this site an e-chapbook because goodness knows when I'll have time or energy to create an actual chapbook or format one for submission to a small poetry press. Plus here, I can combine my differing tastes of literary, speculative, and the absurd with no worries. The poems posted there are what they are. They could talk about birds, or robots, or the angst and yearning of long-distance love.
Read "little paper parasols" here: little paper parasols
My challenge for Post-It Note poetry in 2019 will be to write and post one poem each weekday. Weekends are full of writing and editing work so I am ruling them out this year.