Last year, I took part in the 30 Poems in November fundraiser run by the Center for New Americans. I’m doing it again – as… Read More »Project Update: Poems of hope & courage for 30 Poems in November
Many poets and writers focus on trying to get traffic to their sites via social media and forget that for many websites, the biggest driver of traffic is search engines; Google in particular. A great tool for seeing how your site fares in terms of search engine optimization (i.e. its discoverability via search engines) is Neil Patel‘s UberSuggest.Read More »Here’s a great tool to help poets perform better in Google search
Here’s the thing I’ve never told you. This website, this whole Iz Mazano thing. I’m trying to do it without telling my friends and family.Read More »Project Update: This painful zero-pollination experiment
How do you develop greater emotional intelligence, improve your mastery of language and become more aware of the world, all at the same time?
My new website is up (Version 3)! I’ve been working on the changes for a few weeks now and have some ideas that may be… Read More »Project Update: The thinking behind my new poetry website
Do you want to listen to poetry read out loud? There is something about hearing a poet give vocal and emotional life to their work. I’m a sucker for this. So when I came across Penn Sound, I was absolutely wetting my pants; all these poetry readings I didn’t attend, waiting for me to open them, recreate the event in my head, relive it, hear it as if it were happening right now, just for me.Read More »PennSound and the amazing power of the poetic voice