Cloudy Day Art #78 – Billy Jones aka Billy the Blogging Poet

Bill the Blogging PoetThis week’s poetry podcast features an interview with blogging poet, aka ““.

I decided to interview Billy after coming across a blog that was participating is his “” Poetry Carnival. It was a great conversation and I’m looking forward to having him back on for more!

From here on out, I will conclude every interview with three things I picked up out of the interview. Here’s “My Three Things”:

  1. Billy really has a vision to get poets online
  2. Billy, and I partially, really believes every poet should have a blog
  3. Billy brought out a great point about how much poetry we should/should not put online

Listen in at the end of the interview for details.

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Links mentioned:

– Billy’s blog

– Home of the poetry carnival

– Get your free poetry blog

– Billy’s media company

– Larry Winfield’s poetry podcast

– Vote Now!

Outro Music:
“Two Days Out of Seven” by (URL CORRECTED!)

– 3D online world

Will Brown

Will Brown is a poet, blogger, and a scanner of all things new. He also currently blogs at Help Desk Helps where he discusses tips and issues affecting the help desk professional.

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Comments

  1. Thank you for using our music on your podcast, we are very honoured.

    Very good podcast, enjoyed discovering Billy.

    Thanks again

    p.s Thanks for linking to our site, but the url is slightly wrong – it is officialclayton.com 🙂

  2. Soooooo sorry for incorrectly saying/linking your site. Corrected!

    I’m glad that you enjoyed the interview.

    Thanks for providing us with great music!

  3. I was thrilled to hear your podcast with Billy Jones, and even more happy to have been the owner of the site where you found the spoken word carnival. One of the unexpected benefits of having hosted the carnival was finding your podcasts through your link back to my blog.

    Billy is tireless in his efforts to promote poetry and other poets on the net – he follows the principle taught me by a good friend whose business is promotion – a rising tide lifts all ships in the harbor. I’m absolutely delighted that my participation in the Ringing of the Bards brought Billy to your attention. It makes me feel like I’ve given a little back to someone who does so much.

  4. Thanks Deb,
    I did find out about Billy through your website. I definitely appreciate the tip. It is a beautiful thing to be a part of this community.

    Billy’s dedication and heart for the poetry community definitely shines through while listening to him.

  5. Thank you for changing the URL, Will. Glad you like our music 🙂

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