The annual worldwide celebration of Poetry at Work Day is coming January 10. Start getting your workplace ready with our free new 2017 poster designs.
It seems as though the whole universe participated in this year’s Poetry at Work Day celebration. Here are our highlights of the day.
Poetry is in all work, speaking to us, singing to us. Download our resources, and come, celebrate Poetry at Work Day 2016 with us.
As we prepare for this year’s Poetry at Work Day, we are delighted to offer you our new Poetry at Work Day poster for 2016.
Can you put a little poetry into the NASDAQ? Give it a try with a found poem line or poem starter from an issue of Forbes.
As our third annual celebration of Poetry at Work Day concludes, we give you our top ten highlights, 47 tweets at a time.
We’ll have a full wrap-up of our 2015 Poetry at Work Day celebration tomorrow, but today, enjoy the poems of Mark the Mammoth.
This year’s official Poetry at Work Day poster, suitable for hanging in your workplace (or framing in your kitchen, which may even be your workplace), is now available.
“The Book of Goodbyes” by Jillian Weise is a collection of poems that are sometimes raw, sometimes searing, but always arresting and always honest.
Trouble in the Little Free Libraries, the shocking truth about boredom, words to make your poetry legit, Neruda’s new old poems, and why Tim Tebow sells more books than Billy Collins. It’s the best in poetry (and poetic things in our latest Top Ten Poetic Picks.
“February: Poems” by Boris Pasternak reflect the poet (and novelist’s) experience of living in a Russia marked by war, revolution, civil war, and oppressive communism.
Robinson Jeffers (1887-1962) was a significant poet in the 1920s and 1930s, and then forgotten until rediscovered by the environmental movement.
Today is Take Your Poet to Work Day! Join us and your favorite poets for all the smart fun in workplaces around the world.
We’re just days away from Take Your Poet to Work Day. Stop in and pick up a free Take Your Poet to Work coloring book to help you and your favorite poet get ready for the big day!
Just one more week until Take Your Poet to Work Day. Meet our final poet in this year’s collection, Sylvia Plath.
With access to technology, the Internet and new tools, organizations have come to believe institutional memory is not important. They’re wrong.
There is poetry at work in the most convulsive of organizational upheavals, often called regime change. Charles Bukowski’s poem helps understanding.
What could be less poetic than corporate restructuring? In this week’s discussion of Glynn Young’s Poetry at Work, we consider the poetry of layoffs.