4,000 – Thank You!

Your support really matters Friends, It's hard to believe that the Skeptic's Kaddish has now been active for almost exactly 1½ years. Also, it may amuse you to know that I never expected this to evolve into a poetry blog. Sure, I thought I might publish the occasional poem, but never did I expect to… Continue reading 4,000 – Thank You!

365 poems? Check!

#APoemADay You may have noticed that I've been posting poems from my Twitter account to the Skeptic's Kaddish blog every Friday afternoon since January 1st. At the start of the year, I was writing micropoems on a daily basis for my #APoemADay challenge, but that experience was stressful because I was always worried about missing… Continue reading 365 poems? Check!

Readers, or: Reading

An American sentence My declining readership is reading more of my posts than ever. What's an 'American Sentence'? Allen Ginsberg, inventor of the American Sentence, felt that the haiku didn’t work as well in English. Ginsberg decided to remove the line structure of the haiku, maintaining the requirement of 17 syllables total. He felt that… Continue reading Readers, or: Reading

Tips for bloggers #7: WordPress insights

This isn't really a blogging tip For the past several weeks, I've been sharing some lessons that I've learned and thoughts I've had regarding blogging on WordPress.com. This has actually been very helpful for me because it's forced me to clarify my own blogging strategies for myself, and I've learned a bit by doing some… Continue reading Tips for bloggers #7: WordPress insights

Tips for bloggers #3: Timing your blog posts

Whom are you blogging for? Friends, perhaps more than any other blogging tip I have to offer, this particular piece of advice is only relevant to those of us who are blogging with an eye to increasing our subscriberships. In other words, if you are primarily blogging for yourself, rather than for potential readers to… Continue reading Tips for bloggers #3: Timing your blog posts