Welcome to 2014.
We know that many sites feature their most popular posts at the end of the year. But here at Tweetspeak Poetry, we’re happy to buck the trends and feature our most popular posts at the beginning of the year. I smiled all the way through this list, remembering some of the fun we had here in 2013: celebrating the 200th Anniversary of Pride and Prejudice, taking our poets to work (on popsicle sticks, no less), issuing poetry dares, and reading Sonnet 18 together. That’s what we do here: play, learn, grow.
Count down our most popular posts of 2013, and join us for more in the year to come.
Why are nightmare stories about publicists so easy to find? Jane Friedman asked, and answered this question: Because authors are expecting something that’s not delivered. Then she offered three simple tips for working with a book publicist.
What? Shakespeare put a loophole, a catch, in his Sonnet 18? Karen Swallow Prior says he did just that, in a popular poem that turns out to be more about the lover than the beloved.
In anticipation of Poetry at Work Day, we shipped out 500 free posters to individuals, businesses, and libraries. We’re all out of posters, but you can still display the poster in your workplace or on your computer’s desktop with our downloadable Poetry at Work Day Pinups.
2013 marked the 200th anniversary of the publication of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. We rounded up these great resources which are still good well into Pride and Prejudice’s 201st year.
Sometimes poetry can be a little too serious. But poetry has its lighter side. We gathered up a collection of ten funny poems to tickle your poetic ribs.
It doesn’t have to be National Poetry Month to want to follow top poetry sites. Here’s a list of ten poetry sites to help you maintain a healthy diet rich in poetic nutrients all year long.
July 17 was one of our favorite days of the year. Lovers of poetry all over the world took their favorite poets to work on a popsicle stick. The Take Your Poet to Work Day infographic laid out all the details.
Tweetspeak has become a top resource for literary and poetry infographics. Our Simpleton’s Guide to Pride & Prejudice can be found on nearly every self-respecting Jane Austen fan’s Pinterest board.
If you’re thinking about poetry at work (around here, we always are), then you might like this collection of 10 great poems about work. Maybe you can think of a few of your favorite work poems to add in the comments.
And our most popular post of 2013? It’s all about the love.
From Romeo and Juliet to Scarlett and Rhett, and from Loretta Castorini and Ronny Cammareri to Westley and Buttercup, all the world loves to love a good love story. We gathered up 10 of the best love poems for moonstruck lovers to share with their beloved.
But that’s not all. There’s more.
Just because we loved these posts, and you loved these posts, we’re including three bonus top posts from 2013 that surely deserve another reading.
Operation: Poetry Dare by Nancy Franson
5 Amusing Pride and Prejudice Quotes: Wet Shirt Included by Kimberlee Conway Ireton
Keep up with all the best in poetry and poetic things.
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