Collections and projects are listed by most recently released.
I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2013
The second annual challenge in March where I post a doodle every day and poets write a short poem in response.
He Doodles, You ‘Ku – Completed
For the month of January, I posted a doodle by HM Yuan every day. Poets wrote in response to the visual prompts.
Fool’s Paradise – Completed
A collection of poetry for Christmas. Poets were invited to send found poems using song titles and/or band names.
Sea Bandits – Completed
A collection of poetry for September/International Talk Like a Pirate Day. Poets were invited to send poems about the sea and/or thieves/thievery.
Things with Wings – Completed
The results of the I Doodle, You ‘Ku challenge in March 2012. Includes doodles as well as up to six poems written in response to said doodles.
Winged Moon – Completed
A collection of poetry for the summer solstice. Poets were invited to send poems about faerie folk and/or lanterns.
fox dreams – Completed
A collection of poetry for the Inari Matsuri festival. Poets were invited to send poems about foxes and/or dreams.
I Doodle, You ‘Ku – Completed
For the month of March, I posted a doodle a day. Poets wrote in response to the prompts. The collection called Things with Wings showcases my favorite poems from the month.
open email – Completed
A montage of poetry, conversation, and quotes from an email exchange among Melissa Allen, Aubrie Cox, and Lucas Stensland
The Language of Dragons – Completed
A collection of poetry celebrating the New Year and Year of the Dragon. Poets were invited to send poems about dragons, fire, and/or water.
Tea with Trolls – Completed
A collection of poetry for Halloween provided upon the request for poems about tea and trolls.
the backlit fog – Completed
A mini collection with haiku by Aubrie Cox, Penny Harter, Christina Nguyen, and Lucas Stensland
Anthology of English-Language Haiku and Senryu by Women – In Progress
Updated: September, 2012
3 thoughts on “Projects”
Can’t thank you enough, Aubrie, for all of these. Quite an impressive accomplishment. But I am partial to THINGS WITH WINGS as I had such fun participating as so many others did as well. And it was the only collection I got around to actually printing and binding as a paperback. You know, it’s a fine coffee table book (Christmas is coming . . .) and still holds up as a cohesive piece–thanks to your editing and doodles, of course.
Sorry, I’ve been a bit busy of late to participate more often.
Peace this holiday season,
I’ve got some things planned for 2013 that should be fun, including more doodleku! There was a special energy around I Doodle, You ‘Ku and Things with Wings, so I’m admittedly quite partial to it as well. I’m still flattered you put it into print—I love having it on display on my shelf!
’tis a busy season, and I’m sure tinywords has kept you even busier. Been loving getting it every day in my inbox!
Cheers to you and yours.
loving open-email 🙂