If you’re a FB person, I invite you to visit Deep Wild Journal’s Facebook Page, where they featured my poem “Thoreau Knows” yesterday to commemorate Henry David’s 203rd birthday.
The poem will appear in the print journal, Deep Wild: Writing from the Backcountry, the 2020 issue, which is scheduled to be released any day now. As I say of any journal that publishes my work, buy! I put my faith where faith is put!
So go ahead, FB types. Do some good for the little guy (Deep Wild Journal). Read their FB page. Endorse it. Then read it and, if you’re a writer and a lover of nature, submit to it for its next issue.
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Congratulations! I’m off to check this out on Facebook.
Fortunately, I noticed that you gave a direct link to the journal’s FB page. For some reason the search box didn’t find it. I liked their page and shared your poem AGAIN at Alarie Tennille – Poet. Congratulations. I am so not the Thoreau type except on the ocean. But I’m an aficionado of his follower, Ken Craft.
If you read Laura Dassow Walls’ wonderful biography of Thoreau (as much a study of 19th-century Concord, MA, as of him) you’ll be won if by land and not just two if by seas, Thoreau-wise. Honest. Great book!
Oh. And thanks for the congrats. As you probably know, I’m Zuckerberg-free, so to me, FB is a foreign land on the dark side of the moon. 😉
All the more Thoreau-like. I weigh what I get from it against what I don’t like about it and work from the “pick your battles” philosophy. It’s not one I’m picking at a time when almost everything is a battle.
A fine philosophy. The only battlers who will win against the Zuckerberg Arnold (and I shouldn’t smear Benedict) anyway are the deep-pocket ones like Mr. Proctor and Mr. Gamble.
Ms.Tennille and Mr. Craft with their poet pockets? Not so much.