I have added a project entry for The Ursulan Cycle. This is a genderbent version of the Arthurian Cycle, historic fantasy.
One of my supporters, LJ user the_vulture, has written an insightful analysis for the series Path of the Paladins. "The Symbolism of 'Stained' " discusses how the imagery and actions in the poem "Stained" reveal thematic aspects of the series and deep spiritual truths. I have linked to this essay from the Serial Poetry page.
LJ user meeksp has illustrated "Restoration" on request from LJ user minor_architect. I have linked to the sketch on LiveJournal and Dreamwidth from the Serial Poetry page at the end of the Monster House entry.
Today I added a "Resources" page to the "Crowdfunding" section. There you'll find annotated links to web hosts, hub sites, blogging and social networks, etc. These are useful tools for creators and consumers of cyberfunded creativity. If you're looking for a place to publish your crowdfunded project, or you want to want other people's projects to enjoy, look there for comparison shopping.
* Created "Interviews & Guest Posts" page for Prismatica. It has blurbs for my guest posts "For Better or for Verse" and "Science Fiction Poetry vs. Mainstream Poetry."
* Added GoodReads tools for all three of my books. Go to each book's page and scroll to the bottom to see those. If you are on GoodReads, please shelve my books. Ratings and reviews are especially welcome -- the new poetry books aren't scored yet. I also got approved as a GoodReads author today, so my profile links to my listed books now. You can follow me there to find more of my writing.
* Added blog post with a link to my guest post "For Better or for Verse."
My guest post "For Better or Verse: Writing Short Fiction and Poetry" is now online, courtesy of Jon Gibbs who did a lovely job with the layout. Please drop by there, read the essay, and leave a comment. This is one of my guest posts for the poetry books' launch period. It focuses on the science fiction side and thus connects with Prismatica: Science Fiction Poetry Spanning the Spectrum.
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Elizabeth Barrette lives in central Illinois. She writes in the fields of speculative fiction, gender studies, and nature religions.