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  1. 2005 - 2013 Forums

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    1. PFFA celebrates National Poetry Writing Month for the 9th year in a row! Read the rules while you contemplate the madness that is April, then start your engines. (And don't forget about this!)

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    2. It's "Poor, dear, silly Spring, preparing her annual surprise!" time again! Read the rules, then go ahead - we know you can't help yourself.

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    3. There's a reason April is called the cruelest month - the 30 poems in 30 days marathon known as National Poetry Writing Month. Read the rules of engagement, then go ahead - we dare you.

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    4. One more time - A poem a day for 30 days. You know you want to.

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    5. NaPoWriMo 2009

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      Those who are tardy do not get fruit cup.

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    6. Where genius is still 99% perspiration, 1% idle buffoonery, and the rest hard to quantify.

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    7. Because self-torture never goes out of style.

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    8. To what purpose, April, do you return again?

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    9. A special zone for creative juice stimulation. Write and post one poem a day for the entire month of April. Crits are optional.

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    1. Once again by PFFA decree, June 2010 is officially designated The 3rd Annual National Poetry Reading Month Exploratory Extravaganza.

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    2. By PFFA decree, June is still officially designated National Poetry Reading Month. The 2nd Annual Exploratory Extravaganza.

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    3. By PFFA decree, June was officially designated National Poetry Reading Month.

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  3. I, II, III & IV(2008-2013)

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    1. One of these forums is just like the others - Seven poems in seven days starting on the seventh of the month starting in 2013. What have you got to lose but your dignity? If you're new, here's what you do.

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    2. Seven poems in seven days starting on the seventh of the month starting in 2012. What have you got to lose but your dignity? If you're new, here's what you do.

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    3. Seven poems in seven days starting on the seventh of the month redux. Please start your 2010 engines here.

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    4. For those who can't get enough, the abridged monthly version of NaPoWriMo - Seven poems in seven days starting on the seventh of the occasional month.

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    1. Time to repot, replant, or start your own patch for 2010. As before, same guidelines as GHI, one poem per weekend, no termination date. Grab your gardening gloves, trowel, and dig in. Follow these basic Guidelines.

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    2. Plant seeds, fling manure. One poem per weekend, no termination date. One thread per victim, crit-lite with conditions. Start any time, it's alive. Guidelines here. Feel free to pop in and post critique even if you're not yet a Greenhouser.

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  5. Are your rhymes wrenched? Your ends stopped? Does your rhythm have no spring? Hightail it to this stress-filled forum for metrical poetry. Please respect the House Rules. (Forum is currently closed.)

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  6. Prose

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    Note! The Prose forum is now closed for posting. Please shift your base of prose operations to our new site, EveryAuthor.com.

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  7. On November 10, 2004, PFFA signed its 20,000th member. In honor of this event, one of our oldest members was ritually dipped in liquid nitrogen. The others were asked to each post one example of their finest work for preservation.

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  8. As the PFFA neared the ripe old age of two in the closing days of 2001, participants were asked to each post one example of their best work. The results remain here as a closed time capsule.

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  9. In the end, there can be only one: the best, the shrewdest, the most determined—“The PFFA Apprentice”

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