Spotlight on Jaime

Jaime KubikYesterday we published a poem from Jaime Kubik.  It’s kind of a big deal because…well, she’s kind of a big deal.  And because it’s the first poem contributed from somebody other than me (Phil here).  That’s really exciting for us because the idea behind Project OpenBook is that it’s community-generated.  We’ll keep writing poems until our ink runs dry.  But we think something we create together — yep, I’m talking to you — could be so much bigger and so much better.

In Jaime’s words, “I’m just a simple Nebraska housewife who likes to write silly poetry.”  Of course, that’s just Jaime being humble.  I’ve never met Jaime in person but I can tell she’s much more than that: she’s a teacher, a mom, a wife, a poet, a mover, a shaker, a joy-maker.  Jump over and read more about Jaime

You might be reading this and thinking, “I’d love to contribute but I’m not a writer.  I can’t rhyme.”  Nonsense.  That’s the resistence talking.  If you think Project OpenBook is worthwhile, then we need you.  And you don’t have to write or draw to contribute.  So get over here and join us.

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