In this episode JM and Shawn get lost in a discussion about Internet Poetry, and along the way they end up sounding like bitter grumpy old men (sorry, Steve Roggenbuck!). On their journey they discuss MTV Movies, JM rants about long walks in Middle-earth, and they make plans for the end of the world.

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Destination: Detour is a Poetry Podcasting Project set to be posted will be posted weekly on this youtube channel. It’s about everything poetry related.

Our purpose is to get lost on purpose. We will do everything – from reviews, showcases, and critiques to meandering discussions about genre, theme, and the writing process. We even plan on reaching out and collaborating on community projects with the audience. Everything is in the air and on the table.

Find out more about us at http://www.destinationdetourpoetry.wordpress.com and on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/destinationdetour

Interested in having your poetry on Destination:Detour?

Send an mp3 (no more than 4 minutes long) of you performing an original piece as an attachment to destinationdetourpoetry@gmail.com
Include in the body of the email a written copy of the poem (to be published on the blog), and a short bio (100 words maximum) that should include information about where to find you online. Looking forward to seeing my inbox filling up.

Also, in the body of the email, let us know if you are submitting work to be featured (stand alone, no commentary), reviewed (commentary, but no criticism), or critiqued (the work will be coupled with constructive criticism as well as commentary).

Good luck!

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Topic Episode 1: Internet Poetry

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