About PIP Forums



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What is the PIP forum?
The Poetry in Progress (PIP) Forum or Comments pages are a place where you can leave online comments on a particular poem or poet you've seen on this website. There will also be additional topics of interest to the public or to PIP Poets. Or you may simply read what others have posted about poets and their poems. More about forums in general.

What is a PIP Poet?
Someone who has been published on the PoetryInProgress.net website after doing the necessary things described below.

Becoming a PIP Poet
To become a PIP Poet you must submit a Poet Profile (see the upper left hand corner of the home page or click on this link for the necessary Profile form. When you are accepted as a PIP Poet your name and links to your poet profile and poems page will be listed on the Poets start page. When the comment forums eventually become enabled on this website, you will also have the privilege to comment on poems and to enter on-going discussions on the forums.

How do I get to the PIP Forum?
There are several ways to get to a forum. When you have read a poem on the website and see a link to the forum or comments page, just click on that link. Here's an example: Or you may simply click on the link below:

PIP Comments Forum

PIP Chat Room [in the lower right-hand corner of your sccreen]

Instructions and Directions: the PIP Forum [coming soon]

What is a forum?
A forum is a special website where you can comment on or enter a discussion about a particular topic. According to the Wikipedia explanation,

An Internet forum, or message board, is an online discussion site where people can hold conversations in the form of posted messages.[1] They differ from chat rooms in that messages are often longer than one line of text, and are at least temporarily archived. Also, depending on the access level of a user or the forum set-up, a posted message might need to be approved by a moderator before it becomes visible.


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