I’m taking part in Pulitzer Remix, writing 30 poems during April

Official-Remixer-YellowI’m very excited to announce that I am part of Pulitzer Remix, a project involving 85 poets writing one found poem per day during April. This project is a 2013 National Poetry Month initiative sponsored by The Found Poetry Review and created by Jenni B. Baker.

I am working on a novel called “Lamb in His Bosom” by Caroline Miller, who is from Georgia. The novel takes place in rural and pre-civil war Georgia. (The Georgia connection is why I chose this book).

Lamb in His Bosom Lindsay Oberst poetry

If you want to know more about my project, read:

  1. My self-interview
  2. The press release for the project
  3. An interview with the creator of the project, Jenni Baker

Follow the project beginning April 1 at http://www.pulitzerremix.com or on Twitter using the hashtag #pulitzerremix. Project updates can also be found on the Found Poetry Review’s Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/FoundPoetryReview) and Twitter profile (https://twitter.com/foundpoetryrev). Also, here is a RSS feed for my poems.




Lindsay Oberst is a writer, journalist and editor. She writes about arts, culture, design, literary, digital media, technology, social good, health, business, marketing and sustainability. She also writes fiction and poetry.

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