Laura Lynn Brown is an author and publisher who supports Tweetspeak Poetry because of the inventive, supportive, nurturing, and just plain fun things it offers.
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Meet our new witty and warm Gold Partner, Laura Lynn Brown and learn a few secrets about writing inspiration and why you might want to be a partner too.
In the latest Poet Laura installment, Tania Runyan tells of famous Lauras in history and writes poems to less famous — yet noteworthy — Lauras.
It’s the simple things that can show us the way. Join Laura Lynn Brown, and experience the Pentel GraphGear 500 drafting pencil’s power in the midst of the pandemic.
Take one or take all three, in this “writing from life” fall workshop series with Laura Lynn Brown, where we’ll explore writing our objects, our rooms, and our letters to others or ourselves.
We believe a heart can hold many poems. But every heart should have at least one. Join author Laura Lynn Brown, as she reveals a “can do” poem she put into her heart.
Laura Lynn Brown serves Irish soda bread, the last Cara Cara orange, friendship, poetry, and disappearing kosher dills.
Laura Lynn Brown’s Pittsburgh tea quest continues with a stop at Anchor and Anvil Coffee Bar, where a person can throw down a “Parking Chair” and celebrate Sconehenge.
Laura Lynn Brown recalls willing herself to eat some pomegranate seeds because she wanted to enjoy the food as much as she enjoyed the word, paired with Anne Doe Overstreet’s “Under Heaven” in the latest Eating & Drinking Poems.
Laura Lynn Brown writes about unexpected life in her urban cabin and a cat-and-mouse game. What happened to the peanut butter in the traps?
Finding the right tea shop, at the right time, can be a perfect fresh start. Laura Lynn Brown continues her Pittsburgh tea quest with a stop at LaBella’s.
Laura Lynn Brown’s tea quest in Pittsburgh continues, with a stop at Arnold’s Tea House to sample Dragonwell green tea.
Have you ever wished that whimsy and fun—that play itself—could be the beginning of serious work? Enrich your writing through play—in this special workshop with authors Laura Boggess and Laura Lynn Brown.
Laura Lynn Brown offers a reflection on Barbara Crooker’s “Ode to Olive Oil” and a tasty recipe of white beans with sage to go with it.
Is succotash something to be suffered or savored? Laura Lynn Brown offers a warm reflection on the dish, with a savory succotash poem and Thanksgiving recipes.
Laura Lynn Brown invites us to Little Rock, Arkansas, to cross the Big Dam Bridge for fitness, or bucket-list bagging, or for love, or for the love of poetry.
After living most of her adult life in central Arkansas, Laura Lynn Brown finally toured the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site to learn more about the Little Rock Nine.
When Laura Lynn Brown hosted a Mischief Cafe in her home in Little Rock, she thought her guests might discuss their relationships to poetry. She didn’t expect a stealth sock.
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 […]
The writing life must be just that—a life—if it is to sustain. But how do you develop that life on a practical level? Or, how do you jumpstart it if it seems to have slipped away? Come together with an encouraging community and stir new writing habits and inspiration, in a workshop that will show you the ways.