Guest Poet On Ink & Quill: Al Lane

Jennifer was kind enough to interview me for her wonderful blog… for those (strange people) who want to find out a little more about me, you can check it out here!

INK AND QUILL

I’d like to welcome my next guest on Ink and Quill, Al Lane, from Al The Author,a writer of poetry and songs, for both children and adults. As Al says in his interview, he like most writers, is searching for his voice. It seems his children have helped him find his niche and passion, which I can really relate to.

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NAME: Alistair Lane. Al to my friends. We’re all friends here, right?

COUNTRY: England

AGE: 38

Please tell us a little about yourself:

I am a writer, of stories, of poems, of songs, of whimsical ditties and heartbreaking ballads. Of haiku and rhymes, for children and adults, on Star Wars and superheroes and zombies and love and clouds and puddles and cake. Of words that will lift and inspire… and (sometimes) words that don’t quite work. That clunk and crash.

‘But without the permission to make mistakes, we can…

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12 thoughts on “Guest Poet On Ink & Quill: Al Lane

  1. Interesting interview, Al. Enjoyed getting to know you better. 🙂 “I love language and playing with words, and follow them down alleys and cul-de-sacs to see what might become of them.” Wonderful way to express your creative journey of weaving words.

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  2. Like you, I don’t particularly care for big words. I mean, a few will stretch my knowledge, but too many… it just seems off to me. I prefer simple, easy words that most can understand. I guess it also comes from never having studied literature and not being a native speaker 🙂

    It was a very interesting journey into the mind of a writer and poet. I love that the poems you chose are about becoming a parent. It reminds me of our little discussion the other day 🙂

    Keep writing Al. If only because I, very selfishly, enjoy it all 🙂

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