The connection we share with our electronic devices is a bond few can break. This week’s poetry prompt explores the love of technology.
Will a computer ever surpass the capacity of the brain? This week’s poetry prompt invites you to consider the binary mind.
This week’s prompt dives into science and the poets who set in motion physics poetry (pun intended). Join us and create your own physics love poem.
Check out our new playlist and prompt theme celebrating all things math, science, & technology. Come and see how numbers, physics, and poetry work together.
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.
Put away the books and come learn poetry on the playground. Pick your favorite game and join us!
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.
Celebrate athleticism and sports the way Pindar did. This week we stretch our muscles and write poetry about our favorite sport. It’s time to play!
Join our book club of On Being a Writer and let’s discuss together the question, Do you call yourself a writer?
This week’s prompt invites you to play word games. Join us as we learn how games can improve and grow our poetry.
This month’s playlist and poetry prompt is all fun and games. Listen along, dust off your favorite board game, and join us!
Come along on an exploration of the literary epic and find out why Virgil made us readers. Remember to pack your prompt-writing pencil!
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.
Join us for this week’s prompt as we explore the nature of simile and its use in epic poetry.
Working from home has its perks, but can also have its downside, like professional loneliness. Charity Singleton Craig—and Hemingway—have thoughts on that.
Seek and find your muse and bring her along to inspire a poem. This week’s poetry prompt might be just what you need to start the day off right.
In our new Epic Poetry playlist, you’ll find songs inspired by many grand epics and songs that simply sound epic. Listen along and perhaps they’ll spur you to be bold, to take a risk, to dare.
This week, ignore any suggestions to “grow up.” Join us as we explore the circus & carnival with a kids-eye-view. Writing your poem in crayon is optional. After you share your poem with us, feel free to put it on your fridge.