There’s an event that runs from April 1st until April 30th called NaPoWriMo, or National Poetry Writing Month. It’s similar in concept to NaNoWriMo, in that participants write every day, but the focus is poetry instead of novels. One doesn’t even sign up for the site, they just pledge to write a poem every day (or thirty poems over the course of thirty days), and if a participant decides to post their work online, they can submit their website to the list of participant websites.

I’m planning on participating because it’s been a while since I wrote much poetry, and I miss it. Also, there are several people in our writing group who are going to participate in NaPoWriMo as well, so there will be a support group. (Yay!) Also, I’ll take advantage of the writing I’ll be doing, to post it here! The last time I put any of my poetry online, it went straight to DeviantArt or my LiveJournal.

Of course, that reminds me that I really ought to migrate writing from my DeviantArt and LiveJournal accounts to my blog. I want to eventually consolidate all of my writing in one place, so I can close my accounts on other social networking sites and start over again, fresh. *nodnods* I don’t like the idea of having so much of my work spread out over so many different places. Makes it a pain to find things.