Poetry Friday: Announcing The Lyrical Language Lab Online Course (and Giveaway!)

February 7, 2014 135 Comments by Renee M. LaTulippe

UPDATE – FEBRUARY 21: THE GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.

The winner will be announced later today. Thank you for your interest and good luck!

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I’m back! (Almost.)

Hello, friends. Welcome to another Poetry Friday roundup! I’m trying out a thumbnail linky list, so please add your link, image, and short title to the list at the end of the post and we’ll see how it goes.

It’s also time to announce the winner of the giveaway from last week. Random.com tells me that the proud new owner of The Poem That Will Not End by Joan Bransfield Graham is….

Linda Baie!

Congratulations, Linda! I’ll be contacting you for your address. I know you’ll enjoy this marvelous book!

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On to the Poetry Friday festivities….

As you may have noticed, I have largely been missing from Poetry Friday for the past few months. I’ve missed you! The NCTE SPOTLIGHT SERIES takes a crazy amount of time, and I’ll be focusing mostly on that this year. But never fear – I still have some amazing poetic talents lined up for the spring, their videos already in the coffers. I’ve made it easier to find what you’re looking for by adding a new BLOG POST INDEX tab to the navigation bar. Check it out!

I’ve also been scrambling to write stories for two new leveled readers due out this summer. But the main reason I’ve been absent is that I’ve been holed up since October developing an online writing course. And now I’m pleased to announce the imminent launch of

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Consider this my little way of bringing more people to poetry and more poetry to prose! I won’t get into too many details on this post since interested parties can click here to check out the new LYRICAL LANGUAGE LAB information page.

I will just say that this is a language-level course designed for

  • Rhyming PB writers who would like a stronger foundation in the mechanics of poetry
  • Prose PB writers who would like to punch up the lyricism of their writing through poetic techniques
  • Writers who would like to learn more about writing poetry for children

The first class begins on April 1, 2014. And there’s a giveaway below!

For Poetry Friday, several of my beta testers (all children’s writers, most non-rhymers, and most first-timers to Poetry Friday) have posted some of their short practice poems from the meter lessons, some along with the feedback I gave on their drafts. Please visit them to see what they’ve been up to.

And I will share a further couple of poems by another beta tester, this one from the lesson on anapests.

ERRATIC
by Victoria Richardson Warneck

In the heart of the woods where I walk every day
an improbable boulder digests its address.
Could it talk it might tell of a home far away
that it left long ago on the glacier express.

And this one from the double dactyl challenge. I can relate!

LAZY VICTORIA
by Victoria Richardson Warneck

Boria Snoria,
Lazy Victoria,
seldom awoke before
quarter to one.

Prone on her sofa she’d
unperspicaciously
moan that she never got
anything done!

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COURSE GIVEAWAY!

To celebrate the launch, I’m giving away one admission to the course to be redeemed in the month of the winner’s choosing. Just leave a comment letting me know you’d like to be entered. You can enter for yourself or give the course to someone else if you win. Names will be entered into random.org and the winner announced on February 21. 

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Now bring on the poetry links!



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“Erratic” and “Lazy Victoria” © 2014 Victoria Richardson Warneck. All other content © 2014 Renee M. LaTulippe. All rights reserved.

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126 Comments

  1. Mandy Yates
    4 years ago

    Hi! I would love to be entered! This course looks great. Thanks!

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  2. Dawn Young
    4 years ago

    I’d love to be entered into the giveaway. What a great opportunity! Thank you!

    Reply

  3. Lori Ann Levy-Holm
    4 years ago

    I’d love to take this course in the future. Good luck to everyone. You give wonderful critiques Renee so I’m sure you will rock this!!!

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  4. Diane Mayr
    4 years ago

    The best of luck with your course! Thanks for hosting and allowing me to post my links tonight!

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  5. ann magee
    4 years ago

    Hi Renee–
    Your course sound like the exact thing I need! Thanks for the opportunity to win the chance to learn with you.

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  6. Vivian Kirkfield
    4 years ago

    Congratulations, Renee! The course sounds wonderful…as is everything you are involved in.:)
    I read about the giveaway on Alayne Christian’s post…I’d love to be entered to win. I love writing picture books in rhyme…but it is DARN hard to get it right, without sacrificing the story and/or the characters (mine don’t always survive:).
    Thank you for the opportunity…it is very generous of you!

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  7. Laura Shovan
    4 years ago

    Count me in for the giveaway, Renee! Wishing you great luck with your newest venture. Great last line on Victoria’s quatrain — it’s scientific and clever and rhymes, too.

    All this month, I’m inviting creative souls to participate in a project. We are writing (or drawing) in response to Pantone paint colors. PF regulars Linda Baie, Margaret Simon, and Diane Mayr have joined in. I hope more of the Poetry Friday gang gives it a try.

    http://authoramok.blogspot.com/2014/02/have-jazzy-poetry-friday-sugar.html

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  8. Meg Miller
    4 years ago

    Wow, so exciting! I have rhyming aspirations, but gave them up when I realized it was much harder than I thought. I’d like to enter, please! 🙂

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  9. Kim Pfennigwerth
    4 years ago

    I would love to be in the drawing for a free admission to your Language Lab. Strengthening the lyricism of my prose would be wonderful!

    Thank you for offering such a phenomenal opportunity.

    Reply

  10. Jane Heitman Healy
    4 years ago

    Me! Me! I want to win! This course sounds fabulous! Thanks, Renee!

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  11. Margaret Simon
    4 years ago

    Renee,
    I have been an admirer of yours for a while now. Your site is always inspiring and full of great poetry. I’d love to enter the give away for your new online course. This may be just what I need to boost my skills. It’s a scary idea, too, which makes me think it’s just what I need. Thanks for the offer and I look forward to updates about the course.

    Reply

  12. Heather Greene
    4 years ago

    Hi Renee,

    What fun! Please enter me to win! Thank you! Thank you!

    Reply

  13. Janie Reinart
    4 years ago

    Renee,
    Your course sounds wonderful and just what I need. Please enter me to win. Thank you 🙂

    Reply

  14. Jill Proctor
    4 years ago

    Renee, I would love to be entered in your give-away! Almost all I write is rhyming picture books. How I would love to take your course. And welcome back!

    Reply

  15. Carrie F
    4 years ago

    Wow, Renee, this is so exciting. Congratulations on launching this course!

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  16. Cheryl Secomb
    4 years ago

    Sounds like a wonderful course! Please enter me in the give-a-way. Thank you, Renee!

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  17. Darshana
    4 years ago

    Congratulations Renee!
    Your class sounds amazing.
    I am in desperate need of livening up my prose writing. Would love to take this course sometime during the year.

    Reply

  18. Tina Cho
    4 years ago

    I’d love to win your course!

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  19. Holly S
    4 years ago

    Please enter me in the course giveaway, too. 😀

    Thank you!

    Reply

  20. Linda Baie
    4 years ago

    Thanks for all, Renee. What fun poems from previous writers! I’d love to be entered too-I know I would learn so much. And, I’m thrilled to win Rose’s book. It just sounded so good! (If I don’t win the course giveaway, how fast do you wish us to sign up anyway?)

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    • Linda Baie
      4 years ago

      Oh my, I need to get some sleep! I meant “Joan’s” wonderful book! My apologies!

      Reply

  21. Michelle Heidenrich Barnes
    4 years ago

    Oh Renee, you weren’t kidding when you said you were up to something big! Congratulations on such a lofty new adventure– wishing you fun with it and spectacular success. 🙂

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  22. Tanja Bauerle
    4 years ago

    Hi Renee, Your course sounds wonderful! I am not a poet and also do not write in rhyme. However, I would love to be able to learn more about lyrical rhythm and the technicalities of poetry in order to spice up my picture book manuscripts. I would love to enter your contest. Thank you for your wonderful posts and happy creating to you. T.

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  23. Kathy Ellen Davis
    4 years ago

    WOW! This looks awesome! What a great idea! Count me entered! This would be so great to win!

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  24. Angie Karcher
    4 years ago

    Hi Renee,
    Your course sounds great! I’d love to enter to win the opportunity to participate! I see some familiar names who are also entering…may the best rhymer win…or the luckiest! LOL

    Reply

  25. Rebecca Colby
    4 years ago

    Congratulations on the launch of your course, Renee! It sounds great! I’d love to be entered in the draw.

    Reply

  26. Leslee Anne Hewson
    4 years ago

    Hi Renee, I can’t get through on the subscribe box with my email address. Each time I try it rejects and states unable to use email with Feedburner. Could you let me know how to subscribe please?
    Congratulations on the launch of your course, and would love to do that also and be entered into the draw.
    Many thanks,
    Leslee Anne Hewson

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  27. Tabatha
    4 years ago

    Thank you for hosting Poetry Friday this week, Renee! It sounds as though you are spectacularly busy with wonderful creative projects. Congrats!

    Reply

  28. Tanya Konerman
    4 years ago

    Looking forward to learning more about poetry!

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  29. Dana Carey
    4 years ago

    LOVE THE NAME of this course!!
    And yes– PICK ME! PICK ME!
    The course sounds great, Renée. Can’t wait to take it.

    Reply

  30. Heather Preusser
    4 years ago

    Your course sounds amazing and I’d love to be entered in the drawing! Congratulations!

    Reply

  31. Amy Ludwig VanDerwater
    4 years ago

    Simply fabulous! I am going to take your class, Renee! Thank you for hosting today and for all you offer to us here in Poetry Friday land.

    Reply

  32. Catherine
    4 years ago

    Thanks for hosting today, Renee! I would love to be entered in the drawing for your course. It sounds like it will be a great learning experience!

    Reply

  33. joanne sher
    4 years ago

    Oh, this course sounds wonderful, and I could certainly use it! Please enter me!

    Reply

  34. Linda Schueler
    4 years ago

    Thanks for hosting the contest.
    I would love to win the course. i would love to punch up my prose with some poetry.

    Reply

  35. Donna L Sadd
    4 years ago

    Oh, yay, yay, yay! Finally a rhyming course! I’m sure it will be wonderful to learn with you at the helm, Renee! Please put my name in the hat! :0)

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  36. jama
    4 years ago

    We’re going to have to start calling you Wonder Woman! Congratulations on your new online course and thank you again for everything you do for children’s poetry.

    Special treat at Alphabet Soup today: 3 teatime poems and Eileen Spinelli’s recipe for British Brown Betty. Also announcing the winner of The Poem That Will Not End Giveaway.

    Thanks for hosting the Roundup this week!

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  37. Marcie Atkins
    4 years ago

    Finally! A class in poetry for children!!! Yay!!!! Please enter me into the contest!!

    Reply

  38. Lori Mozdzierz
    4 years ago

    How generous of you, Renee! 😀
    Thanks for tossing my name into the random draw!

    Reply

  39. Nata ArtistaDonna
    4 years ago

    this is such a wonderful opportunity!
    thank you! thank you!!!

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  40. Cathy
    4 years ago

    Renee,
    Your course sounds interesting. I’d love to be entered into the drawing to possibly win a free entry to learn more about poetry from you.

    Thanks for hosting Poetry Friday. Looking forward to stopping back to follow the links later today.

    Cathy

    Reply

  41. Kristin Graham
    4 years ago

    I’d like to be entered in the course giveaway! I love writing in rhyme, but it’s never quite right! Thanks for offering the course!!

    Reply

  42. Martha Hubbard
    4 years ago

    Hi Renee! Your course looks fantastic! I would love to learn the mechanics and the art of writing in poetry and lyrical prose. Please enter me into the drawing to win your course giveaway! 🙂

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  43. ashley wolff
    4 years ago

    Julie Rowan=Zoch sent me. I would love to win this scholarship. I TOTALLY need the help!

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  44. Irene Latham
    4 years ago

    Renee, you ARE Wonder Woman! Sounds like a fantastic class… would love to participate! Keep the goodness coming. xo

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  45. Robin
    4 years ago

    Teresa Robeson sent me here. I’d love to try your class!

    Reply

  46. Sandy Perlic
    4 years ago

    Renee,

    Your course looks so useful and fun. Congratulations! I’m definitely interested in taking it, so please enter me in the drawing for the giveaway. Thank you!

    Reply

  47. FLOWER T
    4 years ago

    Awesome. I really need this. I tried to subscribe to receive your posts by email but the Feedburner’s not working. 🙁

    Reply

  48. Michele Norman
    4 years ago

    What a great opportunity Renee! Sounds like a terrific course.

    Reply

  49. Rita Borg
    4 years ago

    Hi Renee,

    A course I have been waiting for. Thank you for giving us a chance to win it .

    Rita

    Reply

  50. Cathy Mealey
    4 years ago

    Congratulations Renee!
    I’m certain your course will be a smashing success, and I’d love to participate. 🙂

    Reply

  51. Debra Shumaker
    4 years ago

    It looks like a GREAT course Renee! I’d love to enter to win. Thanks for the opportunity.

    Reply

  52. shiela fuller
    4 years ago

    Please enter me. I just attended a POL competition and my appreciation for poetry is piqued. I would like to learn more . Thank you.

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  53. Catherine Johnson
    4 years ago

    It is so fabulous that we now have a poetry course now, Renee. Count me in. I’d love to take it later in the year. Hooray!

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  54. Iza Trapani
    4 years ago

    Yes, Wonder Woman, indeed! What a wealth of info and service you provide!

    Reply

  55. Meagan Munroe
    4 years ago

    I would love to be entered into the competition. What an fantastic opportunity!

    Reply

  56. Alayne Kay Christian
    4 years ago

    What a perfect launch, Renee. Thank you for letting me be a part of this fantastic experience. Congratulations on a beautiful job well done.

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  57. Kathy Doherty
    4 years ago

    I just signed up for April’s class! I’m so ready to learn!

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  58. Little Willow
    4 years ago

    Thanks for hosting! The link-addition wouldn’t accept my link, so here it is:
    Skylark by James Hogg
    http://slayground.livejournal.com/770486.html

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  59. Lauri Meyers
    4 years ago

    I would love to be entered in the giveaway! So excited you’re offering this new course.

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  60. Kristen Foote
    4 years ago

    Yay!! What a wonderful course!!! Would love the opportunity to be entered!!!

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  61. Kathy Halsey
    4 years ago

    Thanks for giving us a chance to win a seat in your class! I love poetry but am pretty much clueless when it comes to meter, stresses, etc. I heard about this via Alayne Kay Christian & she did a good job w/her quatrains. Hope I win!

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  62. Sheri McCrimmon
    4 years ago

    Please enter me in the drawing to win your awesome course!
    Thanks @SylviaLiu for the link to this great site and opportunity.

    Reply

  63. Deborah Holt Williams
    4 years ago

    A giveaway? A giveaway!
    Please enter me, and thanks, Renee!

    Reply

  64. Alvaro Salinas Jr
    4 years ago

    Please enter me – THANKS RENEE

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  65. Wendi Silvano
    4 years ago

    I am so happy to have found your site and would love to take your course. I write picture books, and some are in rhyme, but I want to perfect that skill. Thank you!

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  66. Carol Munro
    4 years ago

    Renee, I was so excited for you when I first saw a post about your online course. Now that I’ve read more about it, I’m excited for me! It looks like it’s exactly what I’ve been looking for. YAY!

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  67. Renee M. LaTulippe
    4 years ago

    Thank you all for the good wishes and interest! Your names are already in the hat…. 🙂

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  68. Deirdre Englehart
    4 years ago

    This sounds like the perfect course!
    Please enter me!

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  69. Bridget Magee
    4 years ago

    Glad to “see” you again, Renee! Yes, I’d love to win an opportunity to take your course! I’m very intrigued by the idea of a Lyrical Language Lab. Thanks for hosting and for sharing your new venture. = )

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  70. Gayle Wing O'Donnell
    4 years ago

    Renee, please enter my name into the pile!
    I need your course!
    Much thanks,
    Gayle

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  71. Keri Collins Lewis
    4 years ago

    Congratulations on your new course! What a gift you’re giving others by investing the time to put all of your knowledge, strengths and passions together! Thanks for hosting today, Renee!

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  72. Rosi
    4 years ago

    Yes, please, put my name in the hat. I would love to perfect my craft.

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  73. Donna L Martin
    4 years ago

    I would love to win a chance to participate in your online course…crossing fingers and toes…;~)

    Donna L Martin

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  74. Amanda B.
    4 years ago

    I would love to win this! Please enter me in the course giveaway. Thanks!

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  75. Jone
    4 years ago

    Thanks for hosting. And yes, please enter me into the contest.

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  76. Suzy
    4 years ago

    The Lyrical Language Lab course sounds like a wonderful opportunity. I appreciate being considered for the give away. Thank you.

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  77. Joanne Roberts
    4 years ago

    As an illustrator who writes, I am always looking for ways to improve my craft. Will you please enter me in the giveaway? (though this course sounds like a bargain worth budgeting for) Thanks for the opportunity!

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  78. Buffy Silverman
    4 years ago

    You have been a busy bee, Renee–and it sounds like your class will be terrific! Please enter me in the drawing.

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  79. Sylvia Vardell
    4 years ago

    Hi, Renee, Wow, you know how to throw a party! Fantastic! Thanks for letting me join in the fray! Sylvia

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  80. clarbojahn
    4 years ago

    I can’t believe the talent in MPBM classes. and thanks to the link in the facebook MPBM page I found out your offering. Please count me in as a wanna be. I would be so thrilled to receive your class. thanks for this opportunity. 🙂

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  81. Pia Garneau
    4 years ago

    Sounds like this would be a wonderful class! I would love to be entered in the giveaway! Thanks!

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  82. Nancy Furstinger
    4 years ago

    How fabulous! Please enter me and we’ll keep all of our paws crossed:-)

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  83. Belinda
    4 years ago

    This course sounds fabulous, I’d love to win a place on it. Cheers.

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  84. Damon Dean
    4 years ago

    Renee, my rhyme writing needs serious training and discipline. This course seems to fit the bill. Put my name in the virtual hat for this contest.

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  85. Amy Moore
    4 years ago

    Oh I would love nothing more (except publication) than winning this giveaway! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  86. Stacy S. Jensen
    4 years ago

    Congratulations on the class. I would like to be entered into the giveaway.

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  87. Donna Smith
    4 years ago

    Oh, yes, definitely put my name in the drawing! Thanks for the opportunity; it sounds wonderful!

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  88. Kathy Phillips
    4 years ago

    Hi Renee,

    Congrats on the class! 🙂 Please sign me up for the drawing.

    Please keep me posted as the course sign up nears. I am in need of learning how to write poetry and prose!

    Thank you and thank you for the chance to win a spot in the class 🙂

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  89. Linda Dryfhout
    4 years ago

    What a wonderful opportunity. Please add my name to the giveaway drawing.

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  90. Gina DeRose
    4 years ago

    Hey Renee,

    All the way at the bottom of the page,
    Here we are at the comments,
    And I would like to say no matter what
    I would like to be considered for your contest!

    See, can you tell I need the class, ha, ha?!!!

    I would love to be part of this. I took a college course in epoetics and thought it would help me with my skill, but instead it only delved into poetry and historic poets, which, by the way, I wish to one day be!
    xoxoxo

    Thank you, Gracie, I appreciate your consideration
    SIncerely
    Gina Marie DeRose

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  91. Doraine Bennett
    4 years ago

    Well, I totally missed Poetry Friday this week, but I would love to be entered in your give away. It sounds just wonderful.

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  92. Rebecca Sheraton
    4 years ago

    Definitely enter me. I want to become a master of rhyme

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  93. Andria
    4 years ago

    Please enter me too!

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  94. Erik - This Kid Reviews Books
    4 years ago

    I want to do this!!! I MUST win!!! 😀

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  95. Kirsti Call
    4 years ago

    I’d love to be entered in the giveaway:) THis might just help me delve into my poetic side and finally write a rhyming picture book!

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  96. kortney
    4 years ago

    thanks so much for hosting…and for such a fantastic opportunity!

    peace keep you.

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  97. Linda
    4 years ago

    Your new course sounds like fun! Please enter me in the giveaway! Your site is always so informative and fun! Thanks, Renee!

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  98. Blanche
    4 years ago

    This course sounds awesome! I’d love to enter! Thanks 🙂

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  99. Amanda Sincavage
    4 years ago

    I want to write in rhyme,
    I practice all the time.
    The lyrical language lab
    Sounds absolutely fab.
    It may be just what I need
    To help my work succeed!

    Thank you for the opportunity to win space in your course, and to KidLit411 for sharing the link! My favorite book as a child was Each Peach Pear Plum because I memorized it and could “read” it all by myself. I think that is the reason why most of my picture book manuscripts include word play.

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  100. Julia
    4 years ago

    Just found your blog and love all the information. I’ve had a couple of rhyming text’s bouncing around in my head for a while and would love the chance to explore their potential better.

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  101. Romelle Broas
    4 years ago

    Love how “Lyrical Language Lab” rolls off my tongue. I’m in! I’d love to be entered for the scholarship.

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  102. Pamel Courtney
    4 years ago

    I’m pretty sure that I’m late for this. HOWEVER, a chance to be entered to win a free class of yours, would be the Most!! So PLEASE enter me in your giveaway. Yaay, for you and your new online class. Much success!

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  103. Liz Steinglass
    4 years ago

    Wow Renee! You have been busy. Your class looks really fun!

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    • Liz Steinglass
      4 years ago

      Hi Renee! I don’t think I was clear. I would LOVE to enter your giveaway. Liz

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  104. Helen
    4 years ago

    I’d love to enter, the course sounds fantastic! Thanks Renee.

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  105. Roo Parkin
    4 years ago

    Me, me, me!!! Ha ha … x

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  106. Rena Traxel
    4 years ago

    i’m pretty thrilled you are teaching a course. I would love to win a spot.

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  107. Melinda Kinman
    4 years ago

    I’m so glad I’m not late
    As this contest sounds great!
    And I’m sure, if I win,
    None will match my big grin!

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  108. Matt Forrest Esenwine
    4 years ago

    Have I not entered yet? Well, let me rectify the situation now! Sounds like you’ve got an intriguing course lined up…best wishes for success with it.

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  109. Emily
    4 years ago

    Please put my name in the hat for the chance to win! The course sounds great!

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  110. Robyn Campbell (@authorswrite)
    4 years ago

    Hey Renee. Enter me please. Sounds great! I have a couple rhyming texts. Thanks. *waves peace sign*

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  111. Shannon Abercrombie
    4 years ago

    I have a manuscript that has been tabled for 2 years and counting. It’s rhyming and I can’t seem to get it right. This course sounds like the perfect opportunity to pull it out and work on it again.

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  112. Sarah Maynard
    4 years ago

    I would love to be entered! Your course sounds fantastic. Thanks!

    Reply

  113. Ronna Mandel
    4 years ago

    LYRICAL LANGUAGE LAB sounds lovely! I have Greg Pincus to thank first for sharing this on FB, and now you, too, Renee, because your site is the answer to my poetry meter prayers.
    Thanks in advance for this great giveaway and for entering me.
    You’re bookmarked! 🙂

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  114. Michelle A. Cusolito
    4 years ago

    I just found you because someone posted this giveaway on FB. Glad to find you and thanks for entering me in the giveaway.

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  115. Linda E.H.
    4 years ago

    Sounds like an awesome course
    where I can learn meter and rhyme,
    and I would very much pleased
    to take it and not pay a dime!

    (I bet it is worth every penny but my finances aren’t friendly right now.) So please enter me in the contest. I’d love to take part.

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  116. Jennifer Kirkeby
    4 years ago

    Hi Renee!
    I would definitely love to take your course! I am struggling with a rhyming manuscript, and it would be invaluable. Thanks for entering me in your awesome give away!

    Reply

  117. Joanna
    4 years ago

    OMG, I am glad I checked, as I thought I had already put my name down!!

    Reply

  118. Lisa Connors
    4 years ago

    Renee, I would love to be entered in your giveaway class. It sounds wonderful.

    Reply

  119. Valerie Herzig
    4 years ago

    Please enter me in your generous course give-away…fingers crossed!

    Reply

  120. Nancy Ri
    4 years ago

    Hi Renee – this sounds great please enter me into the contest.

    Reply

  121. Beth Anderson
    4 years ago

    Great opportunity for some lucky person….. Please enter me!
    thanks!

    Reply

  122. Bekah Hoeft
    4 years ago

    I would love to be entered in this drawing!

    Reply

  123. Renee M. LaTulippe
    4 years ago

    Thank you all for your interest! The giveaway is now CLOSED and the winner will be announced later today. Good luck, everyone! Hope to see you in class!

    Renee

    Reply

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  4. […] For the chance to win a FREE course and learn how to punch up your prose, just go comment on Renee’s giveaway post! […]

  5. […] For the Poetry Friday roundup, please visit No Water River. […]

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    […] Poetry Friday is held at No River Waterr. […]

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    […] Poetry Friday is held at No River Water. […]

  8. […] to be able to tell you about Renee LaTulippe’s new course – THE LYRICAL LANGUAGE LAB and a GIVEAWAY – a scholarship for the course – on her post […]

  9. By PPBF/Modern Olympic Games | Clarbojahn's Blog on February 21, 2014 at 10:30 am

    […] La Tulip, on making your prose more poetic. Poetry Friday: Announcing The Lyrical Language Lab Online Course (and […]

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