How cat friendships are made

“You check it out and I’ll be right behind you. Yeah.”

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I have posted this before, but it bears repeating. I am in the midst of Project 365, which means at least one photo/video a day. One of the reasons I’m doing it is to gather up resources for digital poetry. So far it has resulted in several pieces created at DMAC (Digital Media and Composition Institute) that are viewable in the Project tab on this blog. The project was also featured July 2 on the Potomac Review blog. DMAC may be over, but the daily work of poetry continues.

Doing a longterm project like this means that certain kinds of images will cluster and repeat. I see that as an indicator of an area for future work. With that in mind, the long sequences of cats, trees, and the suburban landscape in general are stockpiles for upcoming digital poetry.

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Author of the poetry collection The Tethered Ground and Professor of English at Missouri State University. Contact me for readings or for workshops on writing/publishing and on teaching writing online.

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