BULLETIN: I’m an early bird for a change. My spring poem just went up on the W.O.M. page.
Happy April Fools Day! If anyone has a poem on the subject to share, please post it under comments below this page. We can always use a good grin.
Today it’s my pleasure to share the bio that Nile Stanley sent. He has kept it briefer than it would be if he began listing his many activities and accomplishments, but check out his sites and you’ll learn much more. Tomorrow you’ll read (and hear) from Nile himself and that will be a treat.
Affectionately known as “Nile Crocodile, the Reading Reptile,” Dr. Nile Stanley http://www.unf.edu/~nstanley is a reading specialist, performance poet, storyteller, musician, researcher, and professor of education at the University of North Florida. Nile is the author http://maupinhouse.com/index.php/authors/nile-stanley.htmlSID=b30015b853d90dcd765d143a6e3de6be of the books, Creating Readers with Poetry (2004), and Performance Literacy: Reading and Writing with Storytelling (2009).
Our sympathy is extended to residents of Rhode Island who have been devastated by flooding. Steven Withrow has had his share of woes although not as severely as many others. We hope things begin to improve soon.