Poems from the April 19 Bonus Fishbowl have been added to the page for An Army of One. Sponsored poems are linked from their titles.
The Moon Door now has its own series page. This compiles the starting poems and the ones from the January 19, 2016 Poetry Fishbowl featuring this series. Come read about the women in a chronic pain support group who discover that, for some of them, lycanthropy is a much better chronic disease than the one they started out with.
The Moon Door series now has an entry on the Serial Poetry page. It explores lycanthropy as a chronic disease which is preferable to many other chronic diseases that it can replace.
Path of the Paladins is now up to date, with poetry listed from the May 19 and June 2 fishbowls.
I have finished proofreading and posting the page for Danso and Family. Special thanks to Dreamwidth user Lynnoconnacht for setting it up.
Storyline pages are being added for the Polychrome Heroics series. So far the ones for Antimatter & Stalwart Stan and Aquariana are visible to the public. Poem entries include the title, summary, featured characters, prompters, and sponsor or price; published poems are linked from the title. To read a storyline in order, start at the top of the page and work down; poems are listed in (our best guess of) series-chronological order.
I now have volunteers helping to manage the Serial Poetry page, with an emphasis on the series Polychrome Heroics. (That one has really grown from a single series into a setting with a vast sprawl of series and one-shots woven together, so it needs the most work.) Dreamwidth users Stardreamer and Lynnoconnacht will be sorting out the poems by storyline and adding information such as what characters appear in which poems. If everything goes as planned, you won't see the edits in progress on hidden pages, but they will eventually pop up and present you with a more useful way of navigating what I've written.
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Elizabeth Barrette lives in central Illinois. She writes in the fields of speculative fiction, gender studies, and nature religions.