About Taylor Collins

Taylor Collins considers herself a note taker and jots down thoughts in journals about almost anything that catches her attention. In 2002, she was one of twelve selected by the poet laureate of Delaware, Fleda Brown, for a writer's workshop. She maintains a public art studio and is a National League of American Pen Women, Inc. board member.

Writing It Real Subscribers’ Braided Poem

In May, I posted an article called “Coaxing Imaginative Awareness,” in which I reviewed Braided Creek: A Conversation in Poetry by Jim Harrison and Ted Kooser.  After reading the review, some Writing It Real subscribers teamed up to work on creating braided verse inspired by the results of these two poets.  One of these teams, … Continue reading

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