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Today (3rd October 2013) is National Poetry Day. It is a nationwide celebration of poetry, aiming to ‘shake poetry from its dust-jacket and into the nations’ streets, offices, shops, playgrounds, train stations and airwaves’. This year’s theme is ‘water, water everywhere’, which is one of the one of the nation’s best-known (and most-frequently misquoted) lines of poetry. To celebrate this day we have found some weird and wonderful water-themed titles. We also have some weird and wonderful poetry title posts. Just search for ‘poetry’ on our blog or click on the word ‘poetry‘ in the tag cloud.

  • Down the water and weekly chit-chat.
  • Jet skier & personal watercraft.
  • Water from the moon.
  • Water Matters.
  • The Water wheel.
  • Waterintobeer fanzine.
  • Water works : green solutions for a blue planet.
  • WET News: Water & Effluent Treatment News
  • wH2O The Journal of Gender and Water.
  • Where Has All the Water Gone?: A Citizen’s Guide to Water Conservation in Florida.
  • Who’s who in European water.
  • Cloud : bringing water to the seed / Michael Thorp (Editor).
  • Two with water.
  • Water lifting devices.
  • Water melon comic.
  • Wh2o’s wh2o in western Canada’s waterworks & wastewater industry : membership & buyers’ guide.
  • Wood and water.
  • Pacific diver and underwater adventure.
  • SPUMS journal / South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society.
  • Underwater acoustics.
  • The Underwater letter.
  • Pond ripples.
  • Amphibian voice : newsletter of the Adopt-a-Pond Programme / Metro Toronto Zoo.
  • Big pond rumours : the zine.
  • The Geneva pond bubbles.
  • Pond biz magazine.
  • Pondstuffs!
  • Burning river news.
  • Carrot River stewardship news : riparian management in a cultivated landscape.
  • CRACK : the newsletter of the Campaign for River Access for Canoes and Kayaks.
  • Thief River Falls times.
  • Get hooked on the river.
  • Burning water.
  • Mad River herald.
  • Annual ball, Canal Zone police.
  • Just add water.
  • The butty : the magazine for the Kennet & Avon Canal.
  • Gongoozler.

For more water-themed serials and other weird and wonderful titles take a look in SUNCAT.

 October 3, 2013  Posted by at 9:00 am Weird titles Tagged with: ,  Add comments

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