Blog Brags

Check it out, a feature on The Magic Poet!

It's amazing what you can find by googling your name, to see if you are getting "out there" on the worldwide web. I came across this yesterday, posted a month ago on June 17 in "Choice Five: Top Poetry Blogs" written by Heather Thomas, Santa Ana Poetry Examiner. I'm flattered that I'm the third blog on her list! She wrote on her blog :

Besides Wynne Huddleston’s fantastic poetry, this blog features poetry news, poetry writing, publishing, submission information, and suggestions. Two favorite poems include "Blue" and "Paint the Light."

Thanks Heather! I'm glad you like it!
Sharing Story with Paula J. Vaughan, M.H.

"It is a beautiful, rare moment when a poem brings one to tears.  Reading Wynne Huddleston’s “Granddaughter of Make-do” left me weeping.  The poem isn’t sad, in fact, it’s not emotional at all.  It’s a matter-of-fact, lovely-written ownership of being Southern-born."

Thank you, Paula J. Vaughan!

Denise Swoveland reposted my blog post on I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day.


Several months ago I was surprised to find that my post "How God Uses the Holes in your Heart" was featured on "The Spirituality Book" Latest God Poems (under Citizenship Journal) on Feb. 7. I'm afraid the post is now unavailable.


As of Oct. 22, 2010 my blog on wordpress is
#29 in the Top 50 Blogs in God--Networked Blogs.


About Me

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Wynne Huddleston is a poet, musician and teacher. Her first book of poetry, From the Depths of Red Bluff, ISBN: 978-0-9840483-2-8, published by the Mississippi Poetry Society, Inc., is now available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Ms. Huddleston is the Mississippi Poetry Society 2014 Poet of the Year. Her poetry has been published in numerous publications including the Birmingham Arts Journal, Camroc Press Review, Stymie Magazine, Danse Macabre, Orange Room Review, New Fairy Tales Anthology, Ink, Sweat & Tears, and Four and Twenty. Her poem, Same Stars, Different Houses received a Pushcart Nomination from Deep South Magazine. Awards include the 2013 MPS Award, and Winner of the Grandmother Earth National Contest 2010 for Environmental Poetry. Ms. Huddleston was born in Lone Star, Texas, but has lived in Mississippi most of her life. She has been an elementary music teacher for 25 years, and has 2 grown sons, and 2 grandchildren.