I have updated Polychrome Heroics with material from the March 18 bonus fishbowl. All published poems are linked, and the rest listed with their prices.
There are two new series pages. P.I.E. is an established series that's getting long enough to need its own page; this is urban fantasy with a wheelchair-riding hera named Brenda Cochlain. Diminished Expectations is a new series in dystopic science fiction, dealing with the aftermath of chemical warfare; it features a diversity of characters.
Clay of Life is a new series with two poems, so it's just listed on the main Serial Poetry page. It features the golem Yossele and the traveling blacksmith Menachem.
Many other series have new poems linked or listed from recent fishbowls. Updated series include An Army of One, A Conflagration of Dragons, Fiorenza the Wisewoman, Hart's Farm, One God's Story of Mid-Life Crisis, Monster House, Polychrome Heroics, The Steamsmith, and Walking the Beat. The shared world projects Schrodinger's Heroes and Silk Road Allies have also been updated.
I have added a page for my new superhero setting Polychrome Heroics. So far there are three poems and a worldbuilding post.
I have updated the Serial Poetry page based on the February 5, 2013 Poetry Fishbowl. New poems have been written in An Army of One: The Autistic Secession in Space, A Conflagration of Dragons, Hart's Farm, One God's Story of Mid-Life Crisis, Path of the Paladins, The Steamsmith, and Tripping into the Future. Published poems have active links.
I have updated the series page for Fiorenza the Wisewoman. It now lists all the poems from the January 22, 2013 Poetry Fishbowl, with links to those that have been posted online. Keep an eye out because there will be more appearing online -- there is money in the general fund.
There are a number of new poems in the Fledgling Grace series. I have updated the Serial Poetry page with links to the posted ones and listings of the rest. A couple of other folks have also contributed items which are linked.
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Elizabeth Barrette lives in central Illinois. She writes in the fields of speculative fiction, gender studies, and nature religions.