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AHA! Poetry: Cinquain
- A description of the form with numerous examples by Jeanne Cassler, Thomas D. Greer, and Alan Reynolds.
AMAZE: The Cinquain Journal
- Dedicated to developing, promoting, and publishing cinquains in the traditional form established by Adelaide Crapsey as well as innovative forms such as mirror cinquains and cinquain cycles or sequences.
American Verse Project - Adelaide Crapsey
- The complete works of Adelaide Crapsey, mother of the cinquain form.
- Five cinquains and five doublets (couplets with a title) by the Scottish poet William Soutar.
- A description of the form with examples by Suzanne Honour.
- Three different formats for writing cinquains, described and illustrated.
- An exploration by Aaron Toleos of the American cinquain as popularized by Adelaide Crapsey. Includes cinquains by Toleos as well as the 28 cinquains by Crapsey included in the second edition of "Verse." Also includes the theory and history of the American cinquain.
- An online community of cinquain poets who meet in an open membership e-list on Yahoo!Groups.
Personality Quiz - What Poetry Form Am I?
- A cinquain that describes the "personality" of a cinquain. With html code for transferring the cinquain to your site and links to "personality quizzes" for other poetic forms.
Poetic Form: Cinquain
- An explanation of the form, with examples earlier than those of Crapsey, from the Academy of American Poets.
- Some "fun" examples of the cinquain that can be used to introduce students to short poetic forms.
University of Rochester Library: The Adelaide Crapsey Papers, 1978-1934
- A short biography of Adelaide Crapsey; catalogue of papers, scrapbooks, correspondence, and manuscripts house at UR Library's Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. Appropriate resource for scholars.
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