From Lloyd Wood, Palindromes in the sky with Orion. See the latest composition from our most productive palindromist.
What does the word Orion suggest to you? Does it make you think of The Hunter constellation, and of astronomy as well as the Horsehead Nebula? Certainly, for Lloyd Wood it suggested astronomy, a hunt, and a new palindrome. Visit our website to see what he has to say about Orion in a palindrome. Our growing list of original palindromes is at Franklin’s Palindromedary.
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 is where we share some of these marvelous compositions with the world.
Did you know 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 sixty-two new and original palindromes for the anthology. The collection keeps growing every day. Consequently, I’m excited to see so many excellent submissions. I’m thrilled because this is our first anthology. It’s also the first collection of new and original palindromes in a very long time. Join our members. Then you can be part of this growing collection. We set aside forty percent of anthology sales to pay our member palindromists.
Anyone may become a member for free. And members can use our unique tools for composing great palindromes. 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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