It’s Monday morning. The start of another work week, if you work a standard 9-5 sort of job. Maybe you’re just getting home from the night shift, making yourself dinner while half the country stands bleary-eyed at the counter, waiting for toast to pop up and coffee to brew. Or maybe you just worked your four days on and are starting your three days off. Whatever your hours, whatever your job description or how many jobs you work, this is no ordinary work week.
This is the week you get to Take Your Poet to Work.
On Wednesday, July 17, we invite you to pick a poet to pack in your lunchbox for Take Your Poet to Work Day. You can browse our collection of ready-for-work poets. Then just cut out, color and secure your chosen poet to a stick and you’re ready to go. Impress your boss. Delight your coworkers. Amuse your fellow subway passengers. Our new Take Your Poet to Work Day infographic has everything you need to celebrate the day.
And don’t forget to share your stories with us. Snap a picture and post to your favorite social media. Tag or mention us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and use the hashtag #poettowork and we might feature you. ((If you Instagram, also tweeting to us will help ensure you are seen.)
Want to share the infographic? It would make us happy if you include a link back to this page.
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Browse all of our ready-for-work poets:
Post and graphics by Lyla Willingham Lindquist.
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