nothing’s changed but…

November 29, 2014

the poetry department

When the Boynton Blog launched, in 2010, its purpose was to serve as the voice and website of the Sue C. Boynton Poetry Contest, then in its fifth year. That it has done and continues to do, sharing details about past, current and upcoming events, and standing as an electronic record of this vibrant all-ages contest in Whatcom County, Washington.

But posting almost every day (1575 posts to date), a blogger’s interests can roam far and wide. With poetry as the central theme, and the Cascadia region as the geographical hub, the blog’s topics have become increasingly eclectic.

So, today, the Boynton Blog’s address has changed. Instead of, the URL is — an address that honors an audience of readers interested in poetry, wherever they may be.

But nothing else has changed. If you are a subscriber (thank you!), you will be automatically redirected to the new address. If you are not yet a subscriber, this would be a great time to sign up.

We will continue to post Contest information as it becomes available (and you can find more on the Sue Boynton Poetry Contest Facebook page) and, as always, we appreciate your visits, your attention and your comments.


4 Responses to “nothing’s changed but…”

  1. Hooray for The Poetry Department! And thank you, J. I. Kleinberg, for all your work on this blog. It’s an outstanding resource for poetry in our region.

  2. Sandra F. Lucke Says:

    Congratulatlions, new is a good thing. It’s good to take positive credit for what you’ve provided in the past. Now, is the time to move forward…your decision is wonderful.

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