Busan, Korea, South, May 11, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- New writers and new poems are discovered on a continuous basis by Poetrydances.com during its visits to other poetry sites, and blogs across the Internet. Many writers also post poems directly onto the new Poetry Network. A proportion of the writers behind these poems are listed as Favorite Writers on the Site.
The favorite writers for the current period, along with their poems are as follows:
David Sparenberg with ‘The Invitation’ on poetrydances.com
Kathrine Hill (khill) with “I’d Cry If I could’ on writingroom.com
Sherri Godsey with ‘Estrellita’ on poetrydances.com
Chris Higgins- (Trenchtownrock) with ‘Life Without The Tangerine Sun’ on writingroom.com
Cecelia Gay- with ‘Gentle Grace’ on ceceliasplace.blogspot.com
Samuel Tan- (Sam) with ‘My Thoughts Gather’ on thinkingcities.blogspot.com
Yvonne Elmasri- with ‘The Turtle’ on poetrydances.ning.com
Lorie Bowman –with ‘In His Arms’ on poetrydances.ning.com
Benjamin Chew – with ‘Sunset Showers’ on ‘walking on water’ blog
Jack Huber (huberjack) with ‘Dormant’ on gotpoetry.com
Andrea Barton- (HSTeech) with ‘I Am Sorry’ on gotpoetry.com
The Site, due to the way in which it has been designed, is returned on Page One of Google.com and the other main search sites for many standard poetry related searches. Searches such as:
'Poems By Great Writers'
'Great Poetry Websites'
'Poem read request'
along with many others- a full list of is available on the Site itself. This offers the potential of increased exposure for the writers and work listed on the Site.
The Poetry Network, Poetrydances.ning.com, which is linked to the main site, also shows on Page One of Google.com and the other main search engines for the search: 'Great Poetry Networks'.
This again is helping provide increased exposure for writers using either of the two sites. Around 110 members have signed up, since the doors opened at the end of March 2009.
The Poetry Network is a place for writers to receive feedback/critique on their work. Members are also able to set up and customize their own profile pages and create their own blog spaces. It is also possible to start or join groups, raise questions of other members, post news items and links and much more besides.
Poetrydances.com also accepts general read requests, which allow its staff to visit and read the work of specific writers on various poetry sites or blogs across the Internet.