The Jopomojo Poetry Podcast

Three minutes or so of Potter poesy per day, selected from

House of Words, Tulips for Elsie, and Sunrise Hexagrams

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Q. Who is Binx Bolling’s favorite poet?

A. Edna St. Vincent Malaise

Political Jumbo-Mumbo

the obligatory limerick

Jon Webb on his birthday was wont
To publish his life’s work in a font
Of angelic shape
Laid out by an ape
As a sort of Gutenbergian taunt 

Potter Reading/Slideshow at Auntie’s

3 Minute Mic featuring Jonathan Potter

FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 2023, 7 PM – 8 PM

Auntie’s Bookstore

Auntie’s first Friday poetry open mic features Jonathan Potter, author of “Sunrise Hexagrams.” Open mic readers may share up to 3 minutes’ worth of poetry. Open to all ages. Free admission.

Sunrise Hexagrams reader feedback

“Beautiful publishing and content … I am diving in and finding each page drawing me to the next one.”

“I find myself studying the photograph and getting my own impression, then seeing what you wrote… enjoying it.”

More here

Sunrise Hexagrams dedications explained

Scarecrow Oracle at Auntie’s

Korrektiv Press poet Mark Anderson at Auntie’s Books in Spokane, Washington, along with fellow authors Karen Mobley and Shawn Vestal.

Mark and other Spokane-area writers were on hand at Auntie’s to promote Small Business Saturday.

Don’t Know Nothing but Rolling

sunrise yang

Volume 2 of Sunrise Hexagrams is now available where fine books are sold.

excerpt from sunrise yang