Meet Poet Al Lane on Tell Me a Story


Friday, April 15th 1:30-2pm EDT ~ He may be a mild-mannered husband and father to the outside world but to the blogging community, Nottingham, England native, Al Lane is a fearless poet. He takes on the challenges that strike fear into the hearts of others and makes Zombies regret their fiendish plot to take over the world through his use of the martial art of Haiku! Tune into Tell Me a Story today to Meet Poet Al Lane as we continue celebrating National Poetry Month. Find Al’s blog home here: and be sure to FOLLOW and share it with your friends. Find us here where we welcome readers as well as writers to our monthly digital magazine!

16 responses to “Meet Poet Al Lane on Tell Me a Story

  1. Reblogged this on A Certain Point of View and commented:
    My first ever radio interview! Check it out this Friday. Or, err, don’t. You know. No pressure πŸ™‚

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  2. This sounds great! Have to check this guy out πŸ™‚

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  3. Annette Rochelle Aben

    Pish-tosh! You deserve that, at the very least.


  4. Reblogged this on K Y R O S M A G I C A and commented:
    Meet poet Al Lane on Annette’s blogbtalk radio tomorrow April 15th, don’t forget to put it in your diary. Al has a wonderful poetry blog which I love, so reblogging this today. πŸ™‚

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  5. Another great show, Annette. I missed it yesterday but have just listened to it. Al came over very well on the show. Loved the poems he read out (even though he cut one short for good reasons) and thanks for giving Ronovan’s Haiku Challenge a mention.

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    • Annette Rochelle Aben

      This is more fun than humans should be allowed to have, thank you Hugh! So, perhaps we can have you onboard in May? It’s National Get Caught Reading Month… What do you think, would you have a go?

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  6. Get caught reading? Now that sounds interesting. Yes, I’d have a go although, to be fair, I’m not a great reader, Annette. I usually end up drifting off into thinking up one of next short stories, putting the book down, and write, write, write. Do they have a National Write a Short Story month? πŸ€”

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  7. Annette Rochelle Aben

    Wow, thank you so much. Thank you so very much.

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