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Twitter Party: The Poetry Home Repair Manual 2

2 Comments 15 October 2013

Six additional poems from Tweetspeak Poetry's recent poetry jam on Twitter, prompted by line from Ted Kooser's "The Poetry Home Repair Manual."

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Twitter Party: The Poetry Home Repair Manual

10 Comments 01 October 2013

Tweetspeak Poetry's recent poetry jam on Twitter used Ted Kooser's "The Poetry Home Repair Manual" for prompts -- with some surprising results.

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Twitter Poetry: Spinning for Tickets for a Prayer Wheel 3

4 Comments 21 May 2013

Six additional poems from the recent Tweetspeak Twitter poetry jam, with prompts taken from Annie Dillard's "Tickets for a Prayer Wheel."

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Twitter Poetry: Spinning for Tickets for a Prayer Wheel 2

6 Comments 14 May 2013

The next six poems edited from the recent Tweetspeak Twitter Poetry jam, with the prompts from Annie Dillard's "Tickets for a Prayer Wheel."

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Twitter Poetry: Spinning Tickets for a Prayer Wheel

5 Comments 16 April 2013

It was some Twitter poetry party. Get ready for a bank, some actors, fish, a scarlet waterfall, and bananas. Bananas?

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Twitter Poetry: Of Shells, Fireworks, and Novellas

6 Comments 23 October 2012

Glynn Young has five new poems from the recent Tweetspeak Twitter poetry jam, with prompts from the novella "The Novelist."

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Scenes from The Whipping Club 2

5 Comments 03 July 2012

At our recent poetry jam on Twitter, we went into the woods, then to the ballroom, and then back to the woods. And we created five poems as a start.  Now we have the next seven, and we’re deep into shoes, and shoelaces, and lace and gossamer (you can see the thread developing) and back […]

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Scenes from The Whipping Club

10 Comments 26 June 2012

It was another TweetSpeak Poetry Twitter party last Tuesday, and 13 intrepid souls braved the shock of their Twitter followers and tweeted away, creating lines of poetry. The prompts were all taken from The Whipping Club by Deborah Henry, the novel published by T.S. Poetry Press and listed as one of Oprah’s Hot Summer Reads. […]

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Tell Me More 2

7 Comments 10 April 2012

After a brief hiatus, we’re resuming with the poems from TweetSpeak’s recent Twitter poetry party – that had 29 people participating and one lurker

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Tell Me More, Tell Me More

13 Comments 27 March 2012

Last Thursday night, some 29 people decided to “tell me more” and participated in Twitter poetry party.

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Fields of Red 5

5 Comments 22 March 2012

Editing the tweets into poems is work -- but it's fun work.

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Rumors of a Blue Geography

2 Comments 27 December 2011

It was another Twitter Poetry party, and this one started with a few rumors.

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Stories of the Bees 2: Swan Poems

2 Comments 07 October 2011

From bees, our recent Twitter poetry party began to transition to swans.

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Stories of the Bees: Bee Poems

3 Comments 06 October 2011

At the Twitter poetry party, we got into bees and moons and ants and rosaries and all manner of things

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The Kingdom Comes III

2 Comments 10 September 2011

Below are five additional poems from our recent poetry jam on Twitter. I call these our Kansas phase. All prompts came from Kingdom Come: Poems by John Estes. The Kingdom Comes III By @llbarkat, @SandraHeskaKing, @gyoung9751, @jestes, @Doallas, @jejpoet, @CeliaNickel1, @togetherforgood, @PensieveRobin, @kellysauer, @sethhaines, @theeagleacademy, @mdgoodyear, and @elizabethesther. Edited by @gyoung9751. I came to Kansas […]

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The Kingdom Comes II

1 Comment 29 August 2011

Here are the next six poems taken from our recent TweetSpeak Poetry jam on Twitter. All the prompts were lines from Kingdom Come: Poems by John Estes. The Kingdom Comes II By @llbarkat, @SandraHeskaKing, @gyoung9751, @jestes, @Doallas, @jejpoet, @CeliaNickel1, @togetherforgood, @PensieveRobin, @kellysauer, @sethhaines, @theeagleacademy, @mdgoodyear, and @elizabethesther. Edited by @gyoung9751. I sailed a galleon, a […]

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The Kingdom Comes I

5 Comments 21 August 2011

This past Tueday, TweetSpeak Poetry hosted another poetry jam on Twitter. Fourteen intrepid souls participated, jamming to the prompts from Kingdom Come: Poems by John Estes. And the poet himself joined us, and at the end offered this observation: “The poetry-tweet-jam is a thing like no other. An exquisite corpse on ritalin. Nice invention.” We […]

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The Cinnamon Beetle 6

5 Comments 06 August 2011

Six poems and 16 fragments – the last of our poems developed from the recent Twitter poetry party.

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The Cinnamon Beetle 5

4 Comments 02 August 2011

Below are five poems and five fragments pulled from our recent Twitter poetry party.

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The Cinnamon Beetle 4

4 Comments 01 August 2011

Our recent Twitter poetry party swirled around oceans and ashes, a drive down side roads, the telephone and how something as mundane as burning the toast becomes something else again.

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