When we launched the P4 website a couple weeks ago, there were three "featured poems" already in our archive. We'd used these three pieces (Gabrielle Bouliane, Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz, and Scott Woods) to test out the functionality of our Featured Poem section on the website.
The P4 Blog
It's time to activate the Poet Army!
We posted the link to the new Performance Poetry Preservation Project website earlier this week. We've been gratified to see how many people have responded and sent positive comments about the site. But now that we've finished major debugging we need to REALLY start getting the word out!
Would you be willing to help?
For immediate release:
The Performance Poetry Preservation Project is proud and excited to announce the launch of their new website, which went live on November 30, 2015.
The result of more than a year of behind the scenes design and construction, the new P4 website is the go-to location for all information about the goals and activities of P4. The new website is also slated to grow into a portal to the thousands of hours of slam history and performances that the non-profit organization is collecting and preserving.
A HUGELY deserved honor going to Performance Poetry verteran Joanna Hoffman, who will be recognized at the White House on Monday as a “White House LGBT Artist Champion of Change” along with 8 others from across the country. She writes:
Welcome to the P4 Blog!
This is a feature of our new website, which is going live at the end of November, 2015. We hope to make this content lively, fresh, and frequently updated!
If you're interested in contributing content to the P4 Blog, please contact the site administrator: mongo [at] poetrypreservation.org
Thanks for joining us here at The Performance Poetry Preservation Project!