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.
Today is Poetry at Work Day, and Tweetspeak Poetry, and its co-sponsors Slice Magazine and Scratch Magazine, invite you to celebrate the day with us.
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.
Save the date. January 13, 2015, is the Tuesday to take poetry to work.
From newsrooms to libraries, from the Scottish parliament to the coffee shop, Poetry at Work Day was celebrated around the world. Here are our highlights.
It’s Poetry at Work Day, and Tweetspeak Poetry has an array of resources to help you find the poetry in your work and in your workplace — and a giveaway!
We’ve added printable posters and sharp new desktop wallpapers to our growing collection of Poetry at Work Day resources. Download yours today.
Our upcoming book club discussion of Glynn Young’s new book, Poetry at Work, comes just in time to celebrate Poetry at Work Day.
Poetry at Work Day is coming Tues., January 14, 2014. Post the news at your workplace, library, or school or just own the poster for posterity. 1st 500 Free!
Poetry at Work Day is coming January 14, 2014. To launch this year’s celebration, we’re releasing our brand new 2014 Poetry at Work Day infographic.
We celebrated the first Poetry at Work Day all a-Twitter with work poems. A few highlights from the day.
Want to celebrate Poetry at Work Day in your workplace? We’ve gathered a great collection of resources in our Poetry at Work Day Survival Kit to get you started.
Chickens, chocolate chip cookies, writing poetry on the clock? Must be our Poetry at Work Day infographic.
Poetry at Work Day? It doesn’t need to be elaborate. Here are a few ideas you can use to make it happen in your workplace.
The right way to teach writing, according to Pooh. A poster you have to soil your hands to appreciate. Alabama’s new poet laureate on Damned Ugly Children. The poetic losses of 2012. Lyla Willingham Lindquist has This Week’s Top 10 Poetic Picks.
The best in poetry (and poetic things), this week with Seth Haines. 1 Art There is a split of authority in my house. I tend to identify with the poetry of William Carlos Williams—so much depends upon that red wheelbarrow. I imagine the objects of Williams’ poetry, perhaps attaching a bit of unwarranted sentimentality or nostalgia […]
Glynn Young reflects on a particular kind of resolution, the kind that comes from commitment and determination–the kind that created Tweetspeak Poetry.