Friday, November 25, 2005

The Most Intriquing (and Sensual) Male Poets Calendar of 2006 is out!!

And it sizzles! Click on the below for a larger preview of the cover.


This LINK describes the calendar and takes you to the sales link where you can view all pages in miniature and, hopefully, purchase one.

These poets went all out for this calendar and for a great cause. Support them. Support CFIDS research. Enjoy yourself with this great calendar.

Richard Blanco graces our cover.

Pris
Ps Please note that these can take up to SIX BUSINESS DAYS TO ARRIVE, just in the U.S., longer for International, so order early. Thanks

14 comments:

Geoff Sanderson said...

Hey Pris - I'm disappointed that you never asked Me! I would have got all my kit off in the interests of CFIDS - the older (much older) woman's beefcake.
I would have made a great 'December' - the lion in winter.

Hope you have lots of sales, and make lots of money.

Pris said...

NOW you tell me you'd have been in it:-)

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I guess I missed the boat! Is it ok for homely men to write poetry??
Andrew

Pris said...

There are no homely men :-)

Rae Pater said...

The calendar looks gorgeous Pris! I hope you get lots of sales, it certainly deserves them!

As cute a bunch of poets as ever I saw, and yeah, I agree, there ARE no homely guys. Everyone likes something different, so there's something for everyone

Pris said...

Hi Rae
You said it on both counts. The guys in the calendar were special for doing this and yes, everybody likes something different in the men who attract them. Glad you like the calendar. Didi did a great job putting it all together.

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Ellen M Johns said...

Wow Pris. Just returned from the link. What a great idea. You folks have done a wonderful job with this project and so professional.

Reserve a copy for me and I will sort out the payment with Berenice when I see her.

At last, some class and culture in the calendar department. I am going to treat myself. Will be in touch soon.

Pris said...

Ellen
Thanks so much for supporting this. CafePress makes copies on demand, so there'll be one when you're ready!
Pris

Aussie Bard said...

Dearest Pris,

What a wonderful idea!

I'm not usually into calendars of men, but for you and CFIDS I've made an exception and have ordered one of yours from Cafe Press. proudly.

If you decide to do another calendar at some future date, and need an ugly old Aussie dodderer to offset the young American whippersnappers, let me know... and I'll be happy to sit for a studio portrait - I reckon my mate (who has a studio in which he creates art from wood (most appropriate if you have ever seen a photo of me). I'm sure he'll accomodate me [chuckle]

Loads of love always,
Tony
(Aussie Bard)

Pris said...

Tony
How very good of you to have ordered already!! And yes, of course I've seen photos of you and you would make a proud addition to any future calendar. In fact, I wish I'd thought of it earlier. We were looking for a wide age range in the calendar and had more trouble finding 'older' poets.

Geoff Sanderson said...

P - That Tony (Aussie Bard) has had a brilliant idea! Next year, why not do a calendar featuring the more mature man - title? 'Poetic Hunks who are Over the Hill' or else 'Battered Bards for Besotted Babes'. What do say - there are more of us around than glamorous young hunks. Yours, ever hopeful, Georgous G.

Pris said...

Love that last title. Okay, you get twelve mature men to pose and we'll do it!:-)

Michael Parker said...

I'm 40 next year. Can that qualify me for the "battered bards"?