NaPoWriMo 2020 ~ National Poetry Writing Month

It’s that time of year again: NaPoWriMo!!! National Poetry Writing Month (optionally GloPoWriMo ~ Global Poetry Writing Month) comes every April and challenges poets (and anyone else who wants to take a shot at it) to write (and post) a poem every day through all of April. That’s 30 poems in 30 days.

Learn more on the semi-official NaPoWriMo website, where you’ll  find other participants and their posts, daily prompts to help you along, and links to other poetry writing resources. You can announce your own posts there each day, as well.

You can also announce on the NaPoWriMo/GloPoWriMo 2020 Facebook Group.

This year, with all this self-isolation time on my hands, I’m going to double-down on the challenge and attempt to write two poems a day. Anyone out there  with me?

My first NaPoWriMo challenge response of 2020 is “Breathing the Sea“, appears on my blog Pix to Words. I also announce all my blog posts through the Pix to Words Facebook page and my twitter feed.

Come on! Join in!  Read lots of poems! What else are you going to do with all this time?

#stayhome #washyourhands #writepoetry

4 thoughts on “NaPoWriMo 2020 ~ National Poetry Writing Month

    1. Ooops! The link for NaPoWriMo was wrong. (Fixed now.) I heartily apologize for that. :/

      Go to http://NaPoWriMo.net
      You’ll see a post for each new day of the challenge.
      Open the post for the day you want to announce for.
      Add a comment to that post
      You can post your poem directly into the comment and/or a link to your website.

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