Palindromedary member Lloyd Wood is productive. Wood’s 20 new palindromes are now live on the Palindromedary.us website.
Lloyd Wood has been composing palindromes for several years but his interest had waned somewhat. When he found Franklin’s Palindromedary he regained a long-standing interest in the symmetrical prose.
With his collection of earlier palindromes and the Palindromedary.us website as inspiration, he has recently written a number of new compositions. You can see some of his work on the Palindromes page.
Palindromedary.us is all about original palindromes. We publish new palindromes by well-known and unknown palindromists. Our palindrome anthologies feature the best of what our members have created. The online web collection shares some of these marvelous compositions with the world.
Anyone can create palindromes with the unique and effective tools at Palindromedary.us. The site is free to all and is the only place to submit your palindromes for publication in our anthologies or on the website.
The anthology Palindromedary 2020 is now open for submissions. At the time of writing, we have collected forty-five new and original palindromes for the anthology. We set aside forty percent of anthology sales to pay our member palindromists.
Anyone may become a member and use the specialized tools to compose great palindromes. Membership carries no charge. Discover the thrill of creating an original palindrome. We have several articles, videos and ebooks to help you learn the powerful composition techniques. Once you understand the concepts, tools like Franklin’s Palindromedary and the Palindrome Composer can have you soaring as a palindromist.
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