Sunday, August 21, 2005

"Poets Gone Wild: An Internet Anthology"

I am one of the editors of this wonderful anthology.



Of interest to editors and journalists covering:

Poetry Books, Poetry Anthologies

Wild Poetry Press Announces the Release of “Poets Gone Wild: An Internet Anthology” available at

August 20, 2005 -- Wild Poetry Press announces publication of “Poets Gone Wild: An Internet Anthology” in conjunction with Lulu Enterprises, the world’s fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.

Wild Poetry Forum is a remarkable internet community where poets representing many countries from around the world converge to create, critique, and share poetry. Wild Poetry Forum was established in November of 1998 and is still a thriving and vibrant family. Many of our members have gone from novice writers to published professionals due in part to the instructive and supportive critiques and feedback they receive in our forum. Wild Poetry Press is a subsidiary of Wild Poetry Forum. It was established in July of 2005 in order to showcase the talents of our most prolific and honored members.

This collection, “Poets Gone Wild,” showcases over 30 of the most talented and diverse voices that make Wild such a unique global experience. Wild Poetry Press is pleased to introduce readers to this virtuoso group of poets whose work illustrates a shared passion for the precision and beauty of language, and whose hearts are infused in everything they write. Readers who wish to interact with these authors can find them at

“Anyone who thinks that Internet poetry is the realm of mad housewives, frustrated engineers trapped in a world of science fiction, lovesick teenagers, or flower children still lost in the sixties certainly has not read this book. These poems sizzle with enough steak to feed a small army. The country club of poetry will never guess who’s knocking on their door to come to dinner,” says Cornelius Vanvig, author.

Poets Gone Wild is available for purchase at, in a marketplace filled with other unique, and sometimes, downright strange items.

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Wild Poetry Press
M, Editor-In-Chief

Melissa London

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