Ian Christ

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about 1 month ago TheVirtualCavern said:

Hey there Ian Christ!

Poetry season is in full effect! And over at The Virtual Cavern, we are currently looking for aspiring poets to help promote, advertise, and grow their work all a part of the return of our “Poetry Podcast”. Depending on the amount of submissions each and every week, we will release a daily, brief, 3-5 minute podcast basically featuring an aspiring poet, and reading one of their written poems/sonnets they have provided to us. We will first discuss a little bit about the featured poet based on the bio they send us, read one of their works, and close with where you can find and read more of his or her works, such as right here on Figment!

If you would like to have an opportunity to have your poem/sonnet feature on our site, simply send us a comment on our Figment Page along with the requested information from above, or shoot us an email at TheVirtualCavern@yahoo.com

We hope to hear from you soon!


3 months ago Ember Fowler said:

I made you a cover for Quarts, but whenever I try to put it in a comment, it sends me to a separate page with the picture.


3 months ago Anna M said:

Thanks for all the hearts and reactions at my poems! I really appreciate it!


3 months ago Ember Fowler said:

And even of you don't leave a comment or whatever, I think you shoudl reall read Lost Obituary. It was a great excersize I learned for a fellow figgy, and I made it into a collection of short stories.


3 months ago Ember Fowler said:

You can read whatever looks interesting to you, but most people seem to like Lsot Obituary.

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Middle Dreams: A List of Poems

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