June 12, 2006 · Posted in Writing & Reading 

As seen on TechCrunch :

Quickmuse is in their own words “a cutting contest, a linguistic jam session, a series of on-the-fly compositions in which some great poets riff away on a randomly picked subject.” Basically 2 poets are given 15 minutes and a quote as a topic and they proceed to write a poem. On the site you can see the live action, or once it is over you can see the finished work, or you can “replay” the whole thing against a 15 minute timer and watch as the poem and its revisions evolve. It seems like a pretty neat site. There are also forums where you can discuss the poems themselves. Check it out.


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