Update: Round Two poems are now open for voting! You can see (and vote on) my Round Two entry here.
There is some serious madness going on this month at ThinkKidThink.com. Ed DeCaria has masterminded a tournament involving 64 writers who are going head-to-head in a children’s poetry showdown. Over the next few weeks there will be several rounds of competitions that include well-known children’s poets as well as relative newcomers, all battling to see who will ultimately be crowned the champ.
So who’s the judge? You are! That’s right. Voting is open to the public. All you have to do is read each pair of poems and decide which one you like best. The poets with the most votes move on the next round and the madness continues until there is only one poet left standing.
If you’d like to see my first entry in the tournament, you’ll find it here.
So what are you waiting for? Head over to ThinkKidThink.com and cast your votes for the best kids poems in the tournament.