Week 2 - Win a broadside! 

This week, for the BIG POETRY GIVEAWAY of 2013, I am holding a drawing for two people to win one of two poetry broadsides. To be eligible, post a comment at my original page. Follow this link and go to the bottom of the page, click on "Post Comment."

The fine print

1. Anyone who has posted so far is still eligible for the books. However,  if you already posted to win the book but also want to win a broadside, you MUST post a comment again this week.
2. Anyone who has not yet posted, will be eligible for broadside and book by posting this week.
3. If you have a preference, please state it in your comment. Those who have not yet posted will be eligible for a broadside and a book.
4. If you are technologically challenged and have difficulty with the "Comment" feature, email me at dianekendig (at) yahoo (dot) com.

The Broadsides

W.S. Merwin's 2008 poem, "Grace Notes,"
published as a broadside by Kent State's
Wick Poetry reading October 10, 2011
See my blog on this reading here

Ed Dorn's 1984 poem, "Abhorrences,"
with a drawing by Tom Clark
one of 200 copies of a 1986 Bloody Twin publication.
It is letterpress on gorgeous paper, with Brian Richards' terrific production values. 


  1. I'd love to play! thanks -- katrina
    also, visit me if you'd like:

  2. Great, Katrina! You're in for both prizes.

  3. Replies
    1. Both are good, but I prefer the Ed Dorn!

    2. Andrew, you've won the Dorn poster. Email me a real mail address, and I'll shoot it to you in a tube. (dianekendig at yahoo dot com)

  4. Andrew, yes, and I don't have many takers. Glad to see someone interested in the Dorn. Did you see that the drawing is by Tom Clark? I am trying to downsize, and I wanted to give away things of value. This one is a real collectors' piece.