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938bf74b-bd41-4ca0-849c-922a37dfe882/PressRoom_PoetryDances.aspxWriting Press - Poetry Dances<p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> <strong>Poetrydances.com Welcomes Six New Favorite Writers in October, Whilst Extending Its Reach Following a Significant New Arrangement with Poetry Website WritingRoom.com</strong></p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> Six new favorite writers were created in October on Poetrydances.com, in a month which saw an important new arrangement with WritingRoom.com, a leading poetry website, come into effect.</p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> Busan, South Korea, November 05, 2008 --<a href="http://www.pr.com">(PR.com)</a>-- Month after month, new writers and new poems are discovered by Poetrydances.com during its visits to other poetry sites, and blogs across the Internet. Poems are also often submitted to the Site directly. A proportion of the writers behind these poems are listed as Favorite Writers on the Site. </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> The six Favorite Writers created in October along with their poems and sites on which they are hosted are as follows: </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> Jenniffer Jude Slachtovsky with ‘Unzipped’ [on Poetrydances.com]<br> Joseph J. Breunig 3rd. with ‘Nothing Gold Can Stay’ [on Poetrydances.com] <br> Beatrice Van De Vis with - ‘Haiku LIX’ [on owlnight.com] [discovered through poetswhoblog.blogspot.com]<br> - also ‘Diva’ [on Poetrydances.com]<br> - and ‘Tanka XIV’ [on owlnight.com]<br> Rachel Clark with ‘Unleashed’ [on Don’t take my wings- blog]<br> Nicholas Sheehan with ‘Found’ [on poetry.com]<br> John L. Snook, Jr. with ‘Pleasure’s Face’ [on Poetrydances.com] </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> Also, in a new and significant advance, poetry site WritingRoom.com has agreed to incorporate a ‘read request’ link back to Poetrydances.com, alongside all poems written and hosted on its website. These links offer to all writers of poetry on WritingRoom.com, an easier method of submitting their poems to Poetrydances.com for review and possible selection. </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> In recent comments about this new arrangement, Anthony French, the creator of Poetrydances.com explained: </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> “We are very pleased to be working so closely with WritingRoom.com- we see the Site as one of the most vibrant, friendly and accessible out there. Additionally, the standard of poems reaching us from the Site is highly impressive. This may be in part down to the broad array of ‘expert’ guidance made available to its members. In offering this guidance to help writers develop and improve their craft across so many areas, WritingRoom.com has presented itself as a truly excellent partner. We are confident that the read requests coming in from WritingRoom.com will steadily grow with time; bringing increased exposure for its writers along with the two sites themselves. We look forward to working more closely with other sites able to offer such a great platform to their members. ” </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> Lindsay Preston, creator and CEO of WritingRoom.com also recently voiced thoughts on the relationship between her site and Poetrydances.com: </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> “WritingRoom is thrilled to have established such a strong reliance with another website so dedicated to helping writers succeed. PoetryDances is a top-notch site and a must-visit for all poets. We are honored to have PoetryDances scouring WritingRoom for poets to add to their site and we are more than pleased to have a "PoetryDances Read Request" button on WritingRoom to help encourage and support writers and their dreams. We look forward to a productive future encouraging and supporting writers with PoetryDances.com.” </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> Poetry as mentioned can also be submitted directly to Poetrydances.com along with links to great poems found by users themselves. Additionally, the Site accepts general read requests, which allow its staff to visit and read the work of specific writers on various poetry sites or blogs across the Internet. </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> Poetrydances.com is free to use subject to the site’s disclaimer and terms of use. </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> <a href="http://www.poetrydances.com">www.poetrydances.com</a> </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> ### </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> WritingRoom.com </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> <a href="http://www.WritingRoom.com">WritingRoom.com</a> is for everyone because everyone has a story to tell; a letter to write; a school paper to finish or simply the need to communicate. Everyone has sat agonizingly in front of a blank piece of paper or a blank computer screen and the words won’t come. WritingRoom is here for you. </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> WritingRoom understands the struggles and demands involved with writing; the blank page, the writers block and the stakes involved with wrestling through the creative process. We are a community where writers can work, independently or with others, communicate, stumble, get encouragement and meet people with similar interests. </p> <p class="pagetext" style="margin-top: 10px;"> WritingRoom can help publishers find the next New York Times bestseller or producers find the next Academy Award winning screenplay. We are here to help students achieve that desperately needed A on their next paper and the business person write the perfect letter. As a niche social network, designed for writers, students, readers and anyone who has ever had to or wanted to put pen to paper, WritingRoom.com is everything writing. </p> 

Poetrydances.com Welcomes Six New Favorite Writers in October, Whilst Extending Its Reach Following a Significant New Arrangement with Poetry Website WritingRoom.com

Six new favorite writers were created in October on Poetrydances.com, in a month which saw an important new arrangement with WritingRoom.com, a leading poetry website, come into effect.

Busan, South Korea, November 05, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Month after month, new writers and new poems are discovered by Poetrydances.com during its visits to other poetry sites, and blogs across the Internet. Poems are also often submitted to the Site directly. A proportion of the writers behind these poems are listed as Favorite Writers on the Site.

The six Favorite Writers created in October along with their poems and sites on which they are hosted are as follows:

Jenniffer Jude Slachtovsky with ‘Unzipped’ [on Poetrydances.com]
Joseph J. Breunig 3rd. with ‘Nothing Gold Can Stay’ [on Poetrydances.com]
Beatrice Van De Vis with - ‘Haiku LIX’ [on owlnight.com] [discovered through poetswhoblog.blogspot.com]
- also ‘Diva’ [on Poetrydances.com]
- and ‘Tanka XIV’ [on owlnight.com]
Rachel Clark with ‘Unleashed’ [on Don’t take my wings- blog]
Nicholas Sheehan with ‘Found’ [on poetry.com]
John L. Snook, Jr. with ‘Pleasure’s Face’ [on Poetrydances.com]

Also, in a new and significant advance, poetry site WritingRoom.com has agreed to incorporate a ‘read request’ link back to Poetrydances.com, alongside all poems written and hosted on its website. These links offer to all writers of poetry on WritingRoom.com, an easier method of submitting their poems to Poetrydances.com for review and possible selection.

In recent comments about this new arrangement, Anthony French, the creator of Poetrydances.com explained:

“We are very pleased to be working so closely with WritingRoom.com- we see the Site as one of the most vibrant, friendly and accessible out there. Additionally, the standard of poems reaching us from the Site is highly impressive. This may be in part down to the broad array of ‘expert’ guidance made available to its members. In offering this guidance to help writers develop and improve their craft across so many areas, WritingRoom.com has presented itself as a truly excellent partner. We are confident that the read requests coming in from WritingRoom.com will steadily grow with time; bringing increased exposure for its writers along with the two sites themselves. We look forward to working more closely with other sites able to offer such a great platform to their members. ”

Lindsay Preston, creator and CEO of WritingRoom.com also recently voiced thoughts on the relationship between her site and Poetrydances.com:

“WritingRoom is thrilled to have established such a strong reliance with another website so dedicated to helping writers succeed. PoetryDances is a top-notch site and a must-visit for all poets. We are honored to have PoetryDances scouring WritingRoom for poets to add to their site and we are more than pleased to have a "PoetryDances Read Request" button on WritingRoom to help encourage and support writers and their dreams. We look forward to a productive future encouraging and supporting writers with PoetryDances.com.”

Poetry as mentioned can also be submitted directly to Poetrydances.com along with links to great poems found by users themselves. Additionally, the Site accepts general read requests, which allow its staff to visit and read the work of specific writers on various poetry sites or blogs across the Internet.

Poetrydances.com is free to use subject to the site’s disclaimer and terms of use.

www.poetrydances.com

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WritingRoom understands the struggles and demands involved with writing; the blank page, the writers block and the stakes involved with wrestling through the creative process. We are a community where writers can work, independently or with others, communicate, stumble, get encouragement and meet people with similar interests.

WritingRoom can help publishers find the next New York Times bestseller or producers find the next Academy Award winning screenplay. We are here to help students achieve that desperately needed A on their next paper and the business person write the perfect letter. As a niche social network, designed for writers, students, readers and anyone who has ever had to or wanted to put pen to paper, WritingRoom.com is everything writing.

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