I write with friends on and off and many times I meet them, I realize that I don’t have a notebook with me. Very unwriterly, but a fact. So I borrow paper and scribble sensory stories or prompt responses. When I get home, I forget about these sentences. The papers … Continue Reading Selected Scribblings
For a long while now, I’ve been toying with the idea of revamping the website. That hasn’t happened yet but I suppose it will eventually. In the meanwhile I thought I should get back to blogging, something I still do where I work at InstaScribe. Recently I was part of … Continue Reading Return
It’s been a while since I posted. It has been almost three years now since this blog was conceptualized in a sudden impulsive mood. I just realized that! Being off of the blog for a while reminded me of a poem I wrote in 2012 called Angry Young Blog. There … Continue Reading That long silence and reading Cleland’s Room of Thieves
Here’s a story I’ve written for The Elephant Journal……..actually it is a snippet that came out of a revelation that I had on how comic strips affect the psyche of the Parent and the story of relationships. Dedicated to my Fifth Gear Addict Sons……. I love books, so my kids … Continue Reading Oh Calvin!
I like twitter. It is an excellent medium for poets- add a hashtag to the word poetry and voila! Sing. Do follow me @neelthemuse and if you don’t have an account make one. Why should you belong to another noisy social platform? 1.For the links that come out of the … Continue Reading Tagging Verse
Most of the time, we read about writers who are struggling or making it. There are a few really successful names- the rest want to be there or write knowing that they are assigned only a slice of the cake that is good enough. What happens then if you are … Continue Reading Opportunity
My second interview is with poet blogger Louise Jaques. Louise is a young writer living in Sydney who dabbles in performance poetry, baking, and napping in her spare time. What compels you to blog poetry? Initially, I began blogging poetry because I was tired of having scattered word documents floating around my computer, … Continue Reading Louise Jaques: Inspired Poet