Blog Hopping to Caitlin Thomson’s Next Big Thing

Today, Caitlin Thomson responds to the interview questions about the Next Big Thing in her writing. She has terrific news to share! Please hop on over to Caitlin’s blog to enjoy the details. While you’re there, explore her beautiful web site connected to it and learn more about her first chapbook and her other writing projects.

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Even BETTER Than the Oscars: Cupcake Murphy and Her Next Big Thing!

Amy Shouse’s Next Big Thing!

Dear Readers,

Today, the Blog Hop bounces to poet Amy Shouse, who blogs as the magnificent Cupcake Murphy at OddGoodTrue.com. Get your Holy Grail on and read her very entertaining interview (written in her hilarious, devastatingly insightful Cupcake style) about her book Underway, Looking Aft. Enjoy!

Cheers,
Jennifer

The Next Big Thing Hops to Bethany Reid’s Blog

Bethany Reid

Today, writer Bethany Reid, who graciously agreed to be “tagged” in the Blog Hop, has posted her responses to the interview questions about The Next Big Thing in her writing and her generous write-ups of several blogs she follows. Please click on over to both parts and enjoy!

Bethany Reid earned her MFA and PhD at the University of Washington. She is author of a chapbook, The Coyotes and My Mom (Bellowing Ark Press), and served as an editor for The Seattle Review. She has won the Lois Cranston Memorial Poetry Prize at Calyx and, in 2012, the Gell Prize for her poetry collection Sparrow. She lives with her family in Edmonds, Washington, and teaches at Everett Community College.

The Blog Hop Hops Along to Marilyn Cavicchia

Today, Chicago poet and editor Marilyn Cavicchia carries on the Blog Hop by posting about The Next Big Thing in her writing. Click here to read her delightful interview about what she’s working on!

Marilyn Cavicchia is an editor at the American Bar Association and a freelance editor at home. She received a bachelor’s in English and a master’s in journalism, both from Ohio University. For about 15 years after college, she wrote hardly any poetry. Since resuming in 2009, she has had about a dozen poems published in literary journals. Her next challenge: chapbooks.