Become a Member The Society August 21, 2012 From the Society 11 Comments To become a listed member of the Society of Classical Poets you should familiarize yourself with the content on our website, specifically about us. Simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your desire to be a member and then we will confirm your membership. Please include your U.S. state or non-U.S. country of residence. There are no membership dues; however, we encourage you to purchase a copy of the Society’s latest journal and donate. Related Post 2017 Poetry Competition Winners Announced First Prize ($500): James Sale, Bournemouth, United Kingdom “In Telling This Story” “Obi-Wan Bin Laden RIP” “Imitating Shakespeare’s Sonnet 107” Se... Tell the world:FacebookTwitterTumblrPinterestRedditLinkedInEmail 11 Responses Clinton Van Inman November 12, 2013 I am honoured that you accepted me into this group. Reply Martin Hill Ortiz March 17, 2014 Very happy to have found you. Reply NealD May 26, 2014 Rare the niche you’ve carved. Reply Ron L. Hodges December 16, 2014 Though I respect well-constructed open form poetry, I have always gravitated toward closed form poetry (both to read as well as write) because it contains a loftiness of expression, a beauty, often missing from open form poems. Also, too much modern poetry, in my opinion, appears to be written less for communication and more to build an elitist wall around the poet and his or her cabal. So, I was extremely pleased to find a repository for well-written classical form poetry! Reply Angela Porter March 19, 2015 I am one of the few British members of The Classical Poetry Society, and very pleased/proud? of its aims. I have enjoyed much that I have read so far. Reply UTTIYA SARKAR March 27, 2015 THANKS FOR THE MEMBERSHIP Reply David L. Alexander April 17, 2015 So glad to have found like minds! Reply M.V.SATHYANARAYANA April 27, 2015 Thanks for giving membership Reply Sheri-Ann O'Shea March 27, 2016 It’s a privilege to be able to access works of this kind. Reply James Irving Mann April 26, 2016 Love is born in your soul through soft, tender sighs Then flies out of control as it Personifies. Reply Agnes January 3, 2017 Happy to join! Looking forward to reading (& possibly writing). Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.