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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

T. M. Göttl featured in Mnemosyne

Local poet and performer (and clevelandpoetics blogger) T. M. Göttl is featured in this week's installment of the online 'zine Mnemosyne.

Mnemosyne is a poetry site edited by Jen Pezzo ("Kerowyn Rose"). Every week it focuses on a different poet/artist, posting a new poem every day, along with interviews and profiles and miscellanea, and this week's feature is Theresa

(...whose name means "little god." I'm not suggesting that she's really a poetry god, but you might keep this in mind. I'm just saying.)



4 comments:

Jesus Crisis said...

Great stuff - but then again, being acquainted with this "little god," you already know this.

Geoffrey A. Landis said...

And keep in mind that Mnemosyne continues with a new feature on Theresa each day, all this week... we're up to day 5...

T.M. Göttl said...

Many thanks to all who read the pieces this week, to my friends at Mnemosyne, and to everyone who's been leaving such kind and encouraging comments!

christina said...

We were especially happy to have Theresa feature for us this past week.. Her Feature on Mnemosyne will be up thru this week so please stop by and take a read. If your not familiar with TM's work you should be...

Thank you Theresa for joining the Mnemosyne"family".

Cited...

The poet doesn't invent. He listens. ~Jean Cocteau