Our truest friends bring something out of us that we might not have the strength or courage to see if it weren’t for them. Callie Feyen reflects on true and best friends.
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Callie Feyen discovers that writing is one thing, but it is something entirely different to tell a friend what’s on your mind, especially while you’re on a walk around a lake together.
A trip to Mooyah provides the perfect, if unexpected, place for a decision to be made: it’s time to pilot a Friendship Project. Burgers and fries aside, consider joining the takeoff.
Author Laura Brown recounts how a friendship grows through wordplay — a private version of words with friends — for Tweetspeak Poetry’s Friendship Project.
In October, the focus of our Friendship Project turns to the subject of Difficult Conversations. Join us for upcoming book and pod club discussions on this important topic.
A tale of a silver skunk, quiet talk of an unknown sonneteer, and friends at a distance together at York’s. Share in this surreal pandemic journal entry, with Callie Feyen.
If home offers a place to launch, maybe it’s because home can be a place where we can play. Callie Feyen explores the idea of play and reckoning with ourselves at home.
Dear awesome, amazing, wonderful patrons, As thanks for being someone who helps bring beauty, truth, and kindness to the world—through your partnership with us—we set aside a collection of some of our richest material just for you, including… • exclusive book clubs • inspiring audio poetry • friendship project articles • select articles on the […]
Great friendship tales often involve food. Provence, 1970 is the story of chefs M.F.K. Fisher, Julia Child, James Beard and others, one summer in the South of France. Join us for our next delicious book club discussion.
What happens when you bring a seal to Apple Pie Day? Join us for a Children’s Book Club discussion of ‘May I Bring A Friend?’ by Beatrice Schenk De Regniers, illustrated by Beni Montresor.
Laura Brown joins new friends at Pittsburgh’s Grand Concourse for a night exploring play and the work of paying attention.
“Modern Art,” a screenplay by Laurence Fuller, tells the story of his father, British art critic, writer, and author Peter Fuller.
In “The Making of Poetry,” Adam Nicolson tells the story of William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge in 1797-98, when they created some of the greatest poetry written in the English language.
Join author Callie Feyen in taking a look at the mysterious and lovely world of the sonnet, and experience one for yourself using a variety of easy tools.
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.
What you do for poetry and literacy—and what poetry and literacy do for you. It’s a partnership at Tweetspeak. And it means more kindness, friendship, and simply rich living.
Come along with author Callie Feyen and explore the making of a heroine in stories and yourself. A reading and writing workshop that will take you forward, in writing and life!
Author Laura Brown discusses how curiosity deepens friendship, using the children’s book “Can I Touch Your Hair: Poems of Race, Mistakes, and Friendship.”
The friendship of James M. Barrie, who wrote “Peter Pan,” and Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes, survived parody, cricket, and literary fame.
Friendship forms among coworkers after the perfunctory question ‘How are you?’ gets an unexpected answer.