Beverly Cleary’s 100th birthday, using your hands to help your head, Ohio’s new poet laureate and radiologist in chief. Our Top 10 Poetic Picks is back.
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.
If there was a common theme for our poets in this year’s Take Your Poet to Work Day celebration, it was that they didn’t want to be at work.
How awe makes us more generous, how rhythm can help dyslexic kids read, and how reading Ginsberg might get you fired. It’s our Top Ten Poetic Picks.
The poetry of retirement is the freedom to experiment with new forms, new structures, and new language in what we call a life.
When did poetry become a private pursuit? Charity Singleton Craig explores the role of poetry in changing public discourse.
Writing your way to a better life, Langston doodles, literary restaurant reviews and becoming mermaids. It’s our Top Ten Poetic Picks.
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.
Toni Morrison finally reads ‘Beloved.’ You might be too smart to write. Why productivity might be killing you. Our Top Ten Poetic Picks.
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.
Bellevue Literary Press was born out of the “exceptional belief that literature should have a home in a medical school.” Maureen Doallas interviews publisher Erika Goldman.
Ever wonder what we’re reading at Tweetspeak Poetry? Browse our Top Ten Posts from the last month (or so) and find out.