Tuesday, 13 July 2010
Poetic Forms (3): The Clang
Do you enjoy new poetry forms?
I am delighted that Professor Lewis Turco has posted a piece on the Clang form on his 'Book of Odd and Invented Forms' site. The Clang was invented by Llewelyn Nicholas. You can read two examples on the site, one by the creator of the form and the other by yours truly. If you would like to read the poems, you will need to go to the site [link above] and scroll down or search for 'Clang'.
We would be interested to know if you decide to have a go at writing a Clang...
P.S. My understanding today [24 hours on] is that Professor Turco has now taken down much of his 'Book of Odd and Invented Forms' site, with a view to editing the material for a possible print publication.