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.
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How do we love, across gaps and miles, and different ways of holding our teacups? The Mischief Café asks serious questions amidst great laughter.
The Mischief Cafe makes a stop to the Colorado Springs School. Poetry, elusive tea, and cinnamon bread prevail after a snowy trip through Vail.
From mind-reading cat ears, to Trouble Coffee in two locations, the San Francisco Mischief Café is full of adjustments.
What is The Mischief Café? It started out as a welcome page here at Tweetspeak. The page is still active, and it’s a great place for newcomers to get familiar with us and for regulars to see what’s currently “on the menu” in terms of our latest projects and themes. The café is also now […]
The 11-day Mischief Cafe tour begins, and the defining quality will be surprise (with plenty of hilarity to go along with it).
The very first Mischief Cafe had everything one might expect: tea, toast, poetry. And not a few unexpected moments (and black feathers).
What better place to read Kubla Khan than in a dream-like woodland? What better place to discuss mischief and controlled chaos.
Welcome to The Mischief Café, our welcome and announcement space for newcomers and regulars at Tweetspeak Poetry. (Also, see the bottom of this page for information on an *actual* traveling mischief café!) For Tweetspeak Newcomers Want to connect with our community? Our Poetry Baristas are here to help you find your way. If they don’t […]
Poetry is for life, not for ivory towers. That’s why we’re taking it home, with mischief, toast, and tea, through a new initiative called The Mischief Café.
What can reading Ulysses in the woods teach us about changing education and throwing out the idea of homework? A whole lot.
Exploring poetry together can make your friendships (and your life) more interesting—whether at home, school, or in the workplace. Here are 10 great ideas for how to start a poetry club and keep the goodness going.
Priya Parker encourages us to create meaningful, transformative gatherings that shape “the way we think, feel, and make sense of our world.” Join us for our latest book club discussion of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters.
Explore the tasty partnership of tea, story, poetry and writing—in this special writing workshop with author Megan Willome.
Laurie Klein’s trip up the Ladder of Death through Mesa Verde National Park culminates in the poetic creation of ancient Puebloan pottery.
Sandra Heska King tours the Science & Culture Museum at Michigan State U, discovering culture through teapots, quilts, hats and illegal hatpins.
How can we read a poem aloud in a way that captures its essence? With these five tips, reading poetry aloud can be done with intentionality and confidence.
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.
Jody Collins is a teacher who supports Tweetspeak Poetry because she thinks the world needs more beauty and encouragement—two things she notes the TS team does so well.
Lynn Wielenga is an educator who supports Tweetspeak because it shares poetry in the public square, sparks creativity & encourages community.