Updated blogroll

Finally got around to putting up a decent blogroll (or click the “Blogs I read” page tab above). If you’re not on there and think you should be or, more importantly, if you link to Very Like A Whale or Whale Sound or Voice Alpha and are not listed, please let me know asap and I will add you.

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Nic Sebastian

Nic is the author of Forever Will End On Thursday and Dark And Like A Web. She founded the now-archived Whale Sound site and is co-founder of The Poetry Storehouse. Nic blogs at Very Like A Whale and Voice Alpha.

6 thoughts on “Updated blogroll”

  1. hi Ren – Done. I don’t know how that fell through the cracks – I had to export my reader feeds and tidy up the code by hand, so probably a slip of the mouse somewhere. More to the point, what happened to your feed?? I just went to your actual site and see you have a bunch of new (to me) posts up there. The last post in my Google reader was from the end of April. I’ve refreshed the feed and it seems to be working – LOVE your post on publishing poetry and will re-post it now.

  2. I switched over to squarespace about a month ago so I could put all the blogs on a single website. I guess that means the old feed connections were broken. I am not sure how to remedy that. I will look into it. Thank you for adding my blog now. And thanks for re-posting the publishing rant.

    1. Ren, it’s water under the bridge now, but for future moves you might want to consider putting up a post at the old blog directing people to the new blog, and then leaving that online for at least a year or so. The only way I knew you’d moved was because we’re friends on Facebook and I just happened to see a link. An extra, optional but highly recommended step is to use Google and Technorati to find blogs that link to the old site, and email all the bloggers one by one with a friendly note informing them of the move and asking them to update their links. Finally, if you want to keep the same feed, the best way to do that is to register a domain that you can take with you from platform to platform — almost all hosted blog platforms these days allow you to map a domain such as renpowell.no to your site.

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