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Prole reader and writer group

Reader and writer blog.

This blog is for readers to share their reflections about the poetry, stories and essays published in Prole. Our writers are encouraged to pop in from time to time and contribute to discussion threads.

Brief biographies of our writers can also be found here.

This is an open blog - good manners should prevail at all times!

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For Elsie Moll, His Future Wife, by Jeffrey Tigchelaar

Poetry Posted on Tue, August 20, 2013 20:46:03

Reflection on and reaction to For Elsie Moll, His Future Wife, by Jeffrey Tigchelaar.

Jeff
Tigchelaar’s poems appear in or on Fugue, Coal City Review, Best
New Poets 2011
, Pleiades, North American Review, Rhino,
CutBank, Handsome, The Laurel Review, and The Southeast
Review
. He blogs about being a stay-at-home dad at xyztopeka.com.



King Lear on the Northern Line, by DA Prince

Poetry Posted on Tue, August 20, 2013 20:44:39

Reflection on and reaction to King Lear on the Northern Line, by DA Prince.

D A
Prince lives in Leicestershire and London. Her poems and reviews are published
in a wide range of magazines. Her full-length collection, Nearly the Happy
Hour,
was published in 2008 by HappenStance.



Who Shot the Piano Player, by Ben C Clark

Poetry Posted on Tue, August 20, 2013 20:43:43

Reflection on and reaction to Who Shot the Piano Player, by Ben C Clark.

Ben
C Clark lives in Northamptonshire. His spare time is split between
writing poetry and prose and wandering the banks of the River Nene in search of
otters. His poetry has previously been published in Prole and the Fox
Shade Anthology.



The Execution of Charlie Brown, by Ben C Clark

Poetry Posted on Tue, August 20, 2013 20:42:44

Reflection on and reaction to The Execution of Charlie Brown, by Ben C Clark.

Ben
C Clark lives in Northamptonshire. His spare time is split between
writing poetry and prose and wandering the banks of the River Nene in search of
otters. His poetry has previously been published in Prole and the Fox
Shade Anthology.



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