InFORMing an Audience—Poetry on the 'Net
Want to see more? Take a look at two of the most highly-regarded sites for formal poetry online:
http://susquehannaquarterly.org : The Susquehanna Quarterly is a recently-revived online magazine that publishes exclusively poetry in form. They publish some of the best formal poets writing in English today. SQ id published by Clock & Rose Press, Inc., a small publishing house that just made its first foray into publishing original poetry with Yesterday, or Long Ago, a finely-designed book of poems by Wiley Clements. Many of SQ's poets workshop at:
http://www.ablemuse.com/erato/Ultimate.cgi : Eratosphere, the workshop associated with Able Muse, an occasionally-published magazine of formal verse, is by far the best workshop on the 'net for serious, metrical poets. Browse their forums, and see how poets discuss their craft in an extended online community. The archives in "Musing on mastery" and the "Poet Lariat" threads contain some amazing, in-depth materials.