SestinaWatch Vol. 2: Japanese Restaurant Reviews, The Paris Review and Sestinas Worth Reblogging

Bound galleys, about to be sent to various very important persons.

Bound galleys, about to be sent to various very important persons.

Awesome things are happening with The Incredible Sestina Anthology here at Sestina HQ (galleys, tweeting, and emails… oh my!), but this blog isn’t just about the anthology. This blog is all about celebrating all things sestina. To celebrate our bound galleys, we decided it was time for another SestinaWatch.

We scoured the internet and turned up a whole bunch of really cool stuff for you to look at. We want to make this blog the go to source for all things sestina and for that, we’re going to need your input. Please, send comment below with sestinas or sestina news that we need to share. The goal is sestina world domination, remember? We’re going to need your help for that!

This second SestinaWatch is just as chock full of sestina goodness as our first. We’ve got everything from restaurant reviews to The Paris Review and a little shameless self-promotion thrown in for good measure.

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3 responses to “SestinaWatch Vol. 2: Japanese Restaurant Reviews, The Paris Review and Sestinas Worth Reblogging

  1. Thanks very much for the shout-out. The finished version of “The Winter Wings of Gulls is here: http://mumblinjack.wordpress.com/2013/10/08/the-winter-wings-of-gulls-a-sestina-in-progress-day-6-stanzas-1-7/

  2. Again, I thank you for the mention. It’s very kind of you. Now I hate to ask to this, but would you be so kind as to correct the title of the poem and my name in your post and the tags? Thank you,

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