Neuberger Museum of Art

Art, Art Galleries and Exhibits, Blog, Literary Tour, New York Literary

Literary Tours: Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, NY

5 Comments 22 October 2014

Go back to the Neuberger Museum of Art at New York's Purchase College with former museum staffer, Victoria Addesso in our latest Literary Tour.

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Train Tracks Train Poems

Blog, Photo Play, Photography prompts, poetry prompt, Train poems, Trains and Tracks, writing prompts

Photo Play 2: Trains and Tracks Prompt

5 Comments 20 October 2014

Over here, there is no right or wrong side of the tracks. Explore the Photo Play contributions from our community & share your train-inspired poem with us.

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mischief cafe fence

Blog, Mischief Café

Poetry at Home—With Mischief, Toast, and Tea

12 Comments 17 October 2014

Poetry is for life, not for ivory towers. That's why we're taking it home, with mischief, toast, and tea, through a new initiative called The Mischief Café.

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Blog, Interview, Interviews, Poetry at Work, Small Press Profiles

Small Press Profile: Bellevue Literary Press

2 Comments 17 October 2014

Bellevue Literary Press was born out of the "exceptional belief that literature should have a home in a medical school." Maureen Doallas interviews publisher Erika Goldman.

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top red poems

Blog, Red Poems

Top Ten Red Poems

4 Comments 16 October 2014

If there's one thing red is not, it's neutral. We've collected ten great red poems that demand your attention.

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writing tips self-editing

Become a Better Writer, Blog, Writing Life, Writing Tips

4 Self-Editing Tips: Bring a Paint Can and Brush

2 Comments 15 October 2014

Charity Singleton Craig sees self-editing like the touch-up work after painting a room. Come with a paint can for 4 self-editing tips.

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Kubla Khan Poem in Woods

Blog, Classic Poetry, Dream Poems, Mischief Café

Reading Kubla Khan: A Mischief Café Dream

12 Comments 14 October 2014

What better place to read Kubla Khan than in a dream-like woodland? What better place to discuss mischief and controlled chaos.

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Trains and Tracks

Blog, Photo Play, Photography prompts, poetry prompt, poetry teaching resources, Train poems, Trains and Tracks

Photo Play: Trains and Tracks Prompt

26 Comments 13 October 2014

Trains embody excitement, freedom, and even a bit of mystery. Grab your camera and join us as we embark on a scenic Photo Play excursion. All aboard!

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how to write a spiritual memoir

Blog, Memoir Notebook, writer's group resources

Memoir Notebook: Voices (or, How to Write Spiritual Memoir)

3 Comments 10 October 2014

Heed the voices, says Wm. Anthony Connolly, for they are the memoirist’s own rising from the soul.

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twitter poems top ten poetic tweets

Blog, poetry, Top Ten Poetic Tweets, Twitter poetry

Twitter Poems: Top Ten Poetic Tweets

1 Comment 09 October 2014

Looking for poetry on Twitter? We've made it easy for you, with this roundup of the best Twitter poems we've seen in the past few weeks.

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Reading Ulysses in Fall Woods

Blog, Classic Poetry, Courage Poems, English Teaching Resources, Hero's Journey Poems, Humanity Poems, Incidentally, Travel Poems

Reading Ulysses: Mischief in the Woods

15 Comments 08 October 2014

What can reading Ulysses in the woods teach us about changing education and throwing out the idea of homework? A whole lot.

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national student poet louis lafair

Blog, Interview, Interviews, journey into poetry, Student Writing

National Student Poet Louis Lafair: Part 2

1 Comment 08 October 2014

National Student Poet Louis Lafair discusses the influences of his poetry, and his vision for experiencing poetry in the 21st century.

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trains and tracks playlist and poetry prompt

Blog, Music, poetry prompt, poetry teaching resources, Themed Writing Projects, Trains and Tracks

Trains and Tracks: Poetry Prompt & Playlist

25 Comments 06 October 2014

Musicians have not overlooked the magic and romance of the rails, and we've put together a collection of train songs in our new playlist to start off this month's Trains and Tracks theme.

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top question poems

Blog, Poems, poetry, Question Poems

Top Ten Question Poems

5 Comments 02 October 2014

There's something comforting about definitive answers and hard data. But what if we allowed ourselves the space that questions offer? Here are 10 question poems that try to answer that. Or not.

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National Student Poet Louis Lafair Water Reflections

Blog, Interview, Interviews, journey into poetry

National Student Poet Louis Lafair: Part 1

2 Comments 01 October 2014

National Student Poet Louis Lafair reveals his early introduction to poetry, his favorite poets and why he reads them, and what he discovers in poetry.

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American Roots

Americana Poems, Ballad Poems, Ballads, Blog, poetry prompt, poetry teaching resources, writing prompts

Poetry Prompt: American Roots

5 Comments 29 September 2014

Brought from the old world, our traditional ballads have grown deep American roots. Join us this week for an All-American poetry prompt.

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Willa Cather Tweetspeak Poetry Literary Tour Red Cloud Nebraska

Blog, Literary Tour

Literary Tour: Willa Cather Childhood Home (Red Cloud, Nebraska)

9 Comments 26 September 2014

On a recent literary tour to Red Cloud, Nebraska, Michelle DeRusha stayed in the room Willa Cather slept in when she was in town, half-hopeful, half-leery Willa’s ghost would visit.

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dip into poetry

Blog, Dip into Poetry, Every Day Poems, poetry, Top 10 Poetic Picks, Twitter poetry

Top Ten “Dip into Poetry” Lines

8 Comments 25 September 2014

We've been taking a daily "dip into poetry" for the last month or so. Come discover the power of a line in our Top Ten Dip into Poetry Lines.

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Loki art from SuperbWallpapers

Blog, Fiction, Loki Goodness Campaign

Loki Goodness Campaign 3 & 4

5 Comments 24 September 2014

The Loki Goodness Campaign is a parody of a phenomenon among Thor and Loki fans, many whom believe Loki has gotten a bad rap and is actually good.

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The Magician's Elephant Kate DiCamillo Natural Selection Wrong

Blog, Creativity, Incidentally

The Magician’s Elephant: What if Natural Selection is Wrong?

28 Comments 23 September 2014

Iconoclastic thinking requires "thinking outside the room." Could natural selection be wrong? Kate DiCamillo's The Magician's Elephant leads the way.

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