A massive 100,000-word epic prose-poem, "Thousand," by Glenn Ingersoll, was created when the author decided he would commit himself to writing one 100-word segment per day for one thousand straight days. This work, Christo-like in its ambition and Proust-like in it's thoroughness, inspired me from the moment I first heard about it. — Publisher Mel C. Thompson. More
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About Glenn Ingersoll

Glenn Ingersoll has been in the Bay Area poetry world since the early 1990s and has contributed to the community in many capacities. Early in his career, he served as coeditor of "The Berkeley Poetry Review." As an author, he has contributed works to many poetry magazines and anthologies. He has performed many times as a featured reader and has attended many open-mics throughout the Bay Area. Currently, he works for the Berkeley Public Library and also serves as host and facilitator for the monthly poetry circle there. In addition to putting out chapbooks such as “Fact” and “City Walks,” he maintains a voluminous blog called “Love Settlement” and another blog called “Dare I Read.” His work has appeared in such publications as “Poetry East,” “Askew,” “Futures Trading,” and “BlazeVOX.” And, of course, he is the author of the immense prose-poem “Thousand,” a one-hundred-thousand-word opus published in 2018 / 2019 by Mel C. Thompson publishing, both on Amazon in paperback form and here on Smashwords in ebook form.

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