Ending net neutrality in the U.S. could be the end of Moving Poems

Websites like Moving Poems and Poetry Film Live are way out in the “long tail” of the internet — we’re nobody’s economic priority, and as the African proverb says, when elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers. To put it simply, this is an existential threat to the internet as we know it. Continue Reading

How to follow Moving Poems in the WordPress.com Reader

A screnshot of Moving Poems as it appears in the WordPress.com Reader.

The feed reader is pretty hard to avoid for WordPress.com users, and therefore has gotten a high level of adoption as the site continues to evolve and take on some of the features of a social network. What a lot of users don’t realize, I think, is that they can subscribe to any site with a working feed — Blogspot blogs, sites on Squarespace, Weebly, you name it. That naturally includes Moving Poems and Moving Poems Magazine. Continue Reading