There are methods of relationship guidance that have turned out to be not quite what we need when we hit a relational rocky road. So, what *do* we need? You might be surprised.
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In these workshops, we’ll explore what it means to build and live a creative life. Using Leonardo da Vinci’s 7 principles and journal-keeping style, we’ll return to our senses and creative centers.
Need to be more creative, get a better job, jumpstart your writing, or pursue your dreams? Most people believe you’re either born creative or you aren’t, sort of like hitting the artistic jackpot (or not). This isn’t true. Just look at any toddler exploring the world. Everything is new, creative, a learning experience. We’re born […]
How do you do literary analysis? You might begin by treating it as a conversation between you, the reader, and the writer’s words. After all, the story wants to be heard. Let’s start with The Yellow-Wallpaper.
Would you like to stir your creative soul? Find your inspiration? Awaken your best writing voice? All while discovering the key principles to richer writing? You’ve come to a special place where all that is possible, in a format that allows you to take things at your own rate. 30 Days to Richer Writing is […]
It’s Poetry at Work Day 2020, and went looking for books and writing about wisdom in the workplace. We found some surprises. Celebrate with us!
What’s good for the land—its soil, its vegetation, its animals—is also good for us. Starting September 16, join Charity Singleton Craig for a book club discussion of Daphne Miller’s Farmacology and the connection between farming and health.
The poetry of Paul Kingsnorth is continually looking at the landscape, the landscape of the future superimposed on the landscape of the past.
“Murder in the Cathedral” by T.S. Eliot, written and produced in 1935, was one of the last verse plays written for the stage. It is also oddly contemporary.
Join us beginning November 1 for a “romp through the physical world” in our upcoming book club on Helen Czerski’s Storm In A Teacup: The Physics of Everyday Life.
Charity Singleton Craig applies the tidying principles of the KonMari organization method to your writing. Will it change your life?
We’ve carefully curated this month’s playlist to bring you the songs of heroes and villains. There’s a theme song waiting for you. Just click play.
A hero’s journey writing workshop you won’t forget, with leader Gloria Kempton. Kempton has worked with over 10, 000 writers to get them to the next level!
National Student Poet Michaela Coplen noticed the voice of the military family in literature was absent. “I’ve always wanted to help fill that void.”
Join our Photo Play opportunity to explore our monthly poetry themes in a visual way (or write a poem, if you prefer!). First up: Doors & Passageways.
What are we reading at Tweetspeak Poetry? Catch up on the top posts from last month (or so). Featuring Claire Burge, Lakin Easterling, Daniel Sperry, Poets House and more.
Our creativity book is filled with stories, illustrations, and activities. And helpful organizing principles like How to Break Down a Large Creative Idea.
Dream of writing the breakout novel? You need to start somewhere. Begin today, with our Fiction Workshop taught by bestselling author Anthony Connolly.
Dream of writing the breakout novel? You need to start somewhere. The Fiction Jumpstart workshop will help you: 1. establish a strong writing practice and explore the principles of fiction 2. teach you the power of details 3. help you develop rich characters 4. get you exploring the tricks of plot 5. hone your approach […]
The best in poetry (and poetic things), this week with Seth Haines. 1 Art Is nothing left sacred? Evidently an elderly townswoman in Spain failed to ask this question before attempting to “touch up” a nineteenth century fresco of Christ, the “ecce homo.” Painted by famous Spanish artist Elias Garcia Martinez in the sanctuary of […]