Do you like books?
The covers, pages, signatures, glue-ings, and sew-ings that have been around from Dante's time to Dickinson's?
Or do you like readings?
But maybe you still want to be "present," so maybe you'll show up for HTMLgiant's streaming readings series?
Maybe you, like Sina Queryas over at Harriet, like to listen to poems and podcasts on your iPod, but you actually like to read poems on your iPod, too?
Or maybe you have a Kindle?
Don't you wish there was a better selection for poetry on the Kindle? Don't you wish someone would take the e-reader as an art form like Jackson MacLow did with the reading? What about the iPhone? The poetry app?
(Speaking of Harriet--sweet Harriet--do you want to read Amber Tamblyn's poem for Brittany Murphy? Maybe you like to read poems on the computer like this? You spend a lot of time over at No Tell Motel, then? Do your eyes hurt?)
As long as you're at the computer, maybe you're into animated poems, or maybe you want to take a poetry tour of Chicago or of Washington D.C.?
Maybe you just recite poems to yourself at home in the shower?
Or maybe you like your poems on bus? Scrawled on bathroom doors?
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