is the name of a post that associate editor and poet Marianne Szlyk shares with her readers on her blog, The song Is. What I like best about her post is that she talks about crafting her poem, “Eugene Summer Games 1988” from inception (inspiration?) to publication. It’s appealing to see where poems come from and where they go, and if they take us along. Marianne’s poem has sizzle and fizz as she recounts a summer in Eugene, Oregon. Go read it. And tell her I sent you, okay?