Woo Hoo! Sounds like fun. I submitted a couple of my poems just for the heck of it. Thanks for the inspiration Poet Mom!
"Borders (the book-store chain) had created a sort-of interactive section on their site for poetry. Open-Door Poetry is a stylized video presentation on poets discussing poetry and reading their works. The series includes readings by Donald Hall, Paul Muldoon, Patricia Smith, and Mark Strand, yet most of the poets featured are "transformative" poets who do not fit the clichéd image of a poet.
There is a free poetry contest: the top five poems submitted in text and video will be published with Strand in a "Best of" collection. And you can get free poetry advice from Paul Muldoon. The site also has a blog, which, I believe, doubles as a space for freewriting."
And then there's Greggory K., over at GottaBook. He's started a Fib "lens"at Squidoo. Another interesting online addiction for me? Perhaps...
Now I'm going over to get some free poetry advice. Who's with me?