We’re extending The Joy of Poetry Book Club comment box with a group Poetry Buddy experience reading poems together. Join us.
Like Kipling’s lullaby, a poem that acknowledges the terrors of the night can help disarm them. Our discussion of Megan Willome’s The Joy of Poetry continues, with a look at poetry and dreams.
Go ahead, admit that sometimes poetry (and poets) can be a little weird. And then read a poem anyway. Our Joy of Poetry book club continues.
Megan Willome says she’d tell her 13-year-old self to stick with poetry. Tell us about your 13-year-old self in our Joy of Poetry book club.
We’ll be accepting Megan Willome’s invitation to experience The Joy of Poetry with our new book club beginning May 4.
We conclude our group discussion of On Being a Writer by considering the things with which a writer might surround himself to influence his writing.
In our second book club discussion of Kroeker & Craig’s On Being a Writer, we consider the priority of writing and arranging our lives for a writing life.
Join our book club of On Being a Writer and let’s discuss together the question, Do you call yourself a writer?
Join us for our newest book club offering, a three-week community discussion of On Being a Writer by Ann Kroeker and Charity Singleton Craig.
What if we took our brains off ‘high alert’ and thought long enough to develop an original idea? Our discussion of A More Beautiful Question concludes today.
In this week’s book club discussion of Warren Berger’s ‘A More Beautiful Question,’ we consider how to improve our questions before we jump to answer them.
Think you can do your work in your sleep? Warren Berger suggests that we might do our best creative thinking when we’re asleep. Join us for our A More Beautiful Question book club discussion.
What if we didn’t stop asking questions when we got to a certain age? Join us in our first installment of the A More Beautiful Question book club.
Join us for our next book club discussion of Warren Berger’s ‘A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas’ considering how asking beautiful questions like Why, What If, and How can help us move forward in our businesses and personal lives, our writing, and our creative endeavors.
What’s it like to live in a room created with one’s own breath? Join us for a look at how we make our lives in this week’s discussion of The Faraway Nearby.
Through Hans Christian Andersen’s tale of The Ice Queen, Rebecca Solnit shares the healing power and warmth of tears. Join us for this week’s discussion of The Faraway Nearby.
We’re discussing Rebecca Solnit’s The Faraway Nearby, this week considering how pain is a necessary means to retain a sense of one’s very self.
In The Faraway Nearby, Rebecca Solnit writes that “we tell ourselves stories in order to live.” In this week’s book club, we discuss the power of story. Join us.