Over the years I’ve had several interviews and features in Poet’s Market, the annual poetry directory published by Writer’s Digest Books. Almost ten years ago, after a discussion with the editor, Robert Lee Brewer, I submitted numerous proposed revisions to Poet’s Market glossary definitions, mostly for Japanese forms. Poet’s Market still uses most of these definitions to this day. I’ve just added these Poet’s Market definitions to the Digressions page, and also linked to them from the Essays page. So if you ever wondered where those definitions came from, now you know.