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Fiction Friday

Fiction Friday: “Dear Jane Letter” by Jeff Hill

June and July are flashback months, so this is another fun “Flashback Friday” edition of Fiction Friday.  This is another poem I wrote and got published while I was in high school.   “Dear Jane Letter” Poetry by Jeff Hill [...]

July 11, 2014 Features
Fiction Friday

Fiction Friday: “Long Distance” by Jeff Hill

June and July are flashback months, so this is another fun “Flashback Friday” edition of Fiction Friday.  This is another poem I wrote and got published while I was in high school.   “Long Distance” Poetry by Jeff Hill   [...]

June 27, 2014 Features
Fiction Friday

Fiction Friday: “Roses in the Bathtub” by Jeff Hill

June and July are flashback months, so this is a fun “Flashback Friday” edition of Fiction Friday.  This is a poem I wrote and got published while I was in high school.   “Roses in the Bathtub” Poetry by Jeff [...]

June 20, 2014 Features
Code

The Bee’s Knees: Coded Poems

Hello, and welcome to the Bee’s Knees, the weekly special here at Comic Booked where I take a look at some of the different ways people combine words and pictures. This week we’re looking at coded poetry—writing that is readable [...]

February 8, 2013 Features
Magnetic picture

Bee’s Knees: Magnetic Poetry

Hello, and welcome to the Bee’s Knees, the weekly column focusing on some of the many creative ways words and pictures can be combined! This week’s focus may not seem as exotic as book art or graphic poetry, but in [...]

September 28, 2012 Features, Reviews
Motion Poem

The Bee’s Knees: Motion Poetry

Hello, and welcome to the Bee’s Knees! This week’s special is something that puts a spin on both words and pictures to create something truly memorable—motion poetry. As in, motion poetry. Poetry in motion. What does this mean? Well, for [...]

September 14, 2012 Features
Graphic Poetry

The Bee’s Knees: Graphic Poetry

Hello, and welcome to The Bee’s Knees! This is a new weekly column where I will take an in-depth look at some of the more creative ways in which indie artists blend pictures and words, the many “side comics” that [...]

August 24, 2012 Reviews