Help us say Happy Birthday to Reading in the Wild, our monthly reading roundup with Megan Willome as our guide.
Our newly updated shop features bright, colorful art-ware for everyone on your holiday gift list, from sneakers and tote bags to decorative plates and mugs.
“A is for Azure,” written by L.L. Barkat and illustrated by Donna Falcone, is a book about color, the alphabet, and literacy. It’s also full of childlike wonder.
Poets have forever been writing about the night, both those things that go bump and the things that delight. Enjoy a sampling in this collection of 10 great night poems.
Whether you included your writing goals in your 2016 resolutions, this collection of 10 great writing quotes might give you the inspiration you need to get started.
Welcome Autumn (and make it last a little longer) with this great collection of Fall poems from Shakespeare to Keats to Browning.
There is street poetry, and then there is street poetry. Poems on the street, and poems of the street. Here’s a collection of the latter, 10 great street poems.
Babies could use a little more nuance. They definitely could use more poems. Enjoy this collection of 10 great baby poems.
What’s your favorite writing book? LW Lindquist says it’s time to re-read Rumors of Water and has 10 great quotes to tell you why.
It’s poetry for life – and it surrounds you. Look for it and help Tweetspeak Poetry celebrate it. We’re starting in Seattle.
If there’s one thing red is not, it’s neutral. We’ve collected ten great red poems that demand your attention.
Poems make wonderful mirrors, excellent tools for self-reflection. We’ve gathered up a collection of 10 great mirror poems.
Robbie Burns didn’t write the first rose poem. But he may have written one of the best. Enjoy this fresh bouquet of a dozen (minus two) rose poems.
Artful chocolate, famous punk authors, poetry in the supermarket, and how to not write a novel. It’s the best in poetry: our monthly Top Ten Poetic Picks.
Love Etc. reminds us what eternity is, and what part of it is contained within ourselves.
Celebrate National Poetry Month by joining in our first ever large group Poetry Dare. Read a poem a day with us, with the daily offerings from Every Day Poems or a choose a poet to read for the month.
Did Jane Austen play video games? Did William Carlos Williams really eat the plums? Did Ben Franklin think flying was useful? It’s another week of the best in poetry and poetic things: Our Top 10 Poetic Picks.
Nancy Franson continues her experimental poetry dare, trying to work out the rhythm of a new dance partner.