I've created my first three computer-generated poetry videos. Check 'em out on YouTube using the links below (or just go to Facebook):
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P.S. Hopefully they will also be linkable soon in the Video Bar to the right!
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Wednesday, August 19, 2009
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Millions Of Years
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DON KINGFISHER CAMPBELL, listed on Poets & Writers, is the founder of POETRYpeople youth writing workshops, publisher of the San Gabriel Valley Poetry Quarterly, leader of the Emerging Urban Poets writing and Deep Critique workshops, and host of Saturday Afternoon Poetry in Pasadena, California. Mr. Campbell has taught Creative Writing in the Upward Bound program at Occidental College and been a Guest Teacher for the Los Angeles Unified School District for 25 years. Don is the recipient of a 1st Honorable Mention in the 2008 Grandmother Earth poetry contest, an Honorable Mention in the League Of Laboring Poets March 2007 contest, the National Writers Association’s Los Angeles Chapter Author Of The Month Certificate, the Artists For A Better World Spirit Of Youth Award, an Honorable Mention in the Pathetic.org 9/11 poetry contest, the Pennsylvania State Poetry Society’s Charles Ferguson Prize, and an Arroyo Arts Collective’s Poetry In The Windows Prize. Kingfisher’s poetry has been recently published in the anthologies Sage Trail, Undetectable, Phantom Seed, Vox Journal, Behold The Pirate Pig, Hudson View Poetry Digest, Mudpuppy, Looking Out Of Pasadena, Prism Review, Looking Out Of Alhambra, Free-Wheeling, Prism Quarterly, Open Windows, Poetry And Cookies, Dirt, Cosmic Brownies, Three Chord Poems, Midnight Mind, So Luminous The Wildflowers, and One Drop To Be The Color Black; and is viewable on the internet at Hot Metal Press, Prism Review Poetry Sleepover, Poets Lane, Poets Express, The League Of Laboring Poets, The Stone Table Review, Six Little Things, Turbula, The Barricade, Tattoo Highway, Poetry Midwest, River Walk, New Verse News, Poets Against The War, Hiss Quarterly, Poetic Diversity, Edifice Wrecked, Call To Arts, Lunarosity, Writer’s Hood, Poetic Voices, MindFire Renewed, Poetry Super Highway, Wilmington Blues, Bonfire, Wired Art From Wired Hearts, and Poetz websites. His first book of poetry “Enter”, reviewed as “pithy, trenchant, raw with life”, published by iUniverse Press, is available on Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com, etc. And now you can buy his second book, “Campbell’s Classics” (1981-2006), on http://dkc1031.blogspot.com. You’ll even find him interviewed at Litrave.com and Poetix.net. He’s featured as well on a CD titled Poems From Perkins Alley, along with four videos on YouTube (one through Poetry.LA). Want a poet in your classroom, library, bookstore, coffeehouse, or event? Please email: email@example.com
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