“Water in the Roots,” a collection of the writings and poetry of Philip Britts, describes the life, faith, and farming practices of the Bruderhof community.
We celebrated Poetry at Work this week in libraries, theatres, coffee shops, and government offices. We celebrated on ships, in the street, and probably even on the moon.
Today is Poetry at Work Day 2018. Most poets have day jobs, because poetry isn’t that lucrative a profession. But poetry is inherent in all work.
Share our 2018 Poetry at Work Day Infographic with your coworkers and get ready to celebrate on January 9. They’ll thank you come performance review time.
Poetry at Work Day is soon approaching. Get ready to celebrate poetry in your workplace and download our new free Poetry at Work Day poster.
Can poetry help you reduce stress? L.L. Barkat has 5 helpful tips to practice more poetry, less stress.
2017’s Poetry at Work Day left a few blanks to fill in, but also offered asteroid-mission limericks and a neurological rage against the dying of the light.
It’s Poetry at Work Day 2017! Join Tweetspeak Poetry in celebrating how poetry infuses our work and our workplaces, whatever and wherever they are.
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.
Is it possible that without science there might be no poetry? Or could the opposite be true? Test the hypothesis with 10 great science poems.
Kristen Dupard and Philip Levine discuss their shared love of poetry and Levine’s poem “What Work Is.”
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.
Maureen Doallas concludes her interview with Fred Foote, retired Navy Medical Corps physician who leads the Warrior Poetry Project in Bethesda, Maryland.
Maureen Doallas continues her interview with Fred Foote, retired Navy Medical Corps physician who leads the Warrior Poetry Project in Bethesda, Maryland.
The poetry of retirement is the freedom to experiment with new forms, new structures, and new language in what we call a life.