You’re invited to the poetry club, with our new adventure: Coffee Shop Collage. Bring an Every Day Poems line, and come make poetry collage!
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Dheepa R. Maturi reaches the “Reading Poetry to Chickens” stage of her Poet Laura journey. Join her at the chicken coop for couplets and rhymes.
Find your way back to school with this poetry prompt that uses second person. The trip might be deeper, more dreamlike if you do.
Bring your courage and your curiosity and come into the cave with our “Into the Cave” poetry prompt!
Not sure what to write? Join author Callie Feyen and a couple of middle schoolers and get courage to follow the mystery.
Join Callie Feyen and her journey into a 744 page book from Martha Stewart Homemaker. Then find yourself reflecting on what it means to be a pilgrim who alternately breaks myths and embraces them.
Join author Callie Feyen as she explores the Milkweed plant—a wildflower that nourishes some, and can kill others. Then write a poem on virtue and vice.
Join author Callie Feyen as she contemplates what a monarch butterfly can show us about changing and resting at the same time.
Take a cue from Mary Syzbist and Duchamp. Put a poem together that contains some unexpected Happy Ideas! (Blue velvet shoes, anyone?)
Today is Sherlock Holmes Day. What better time to write a poem to the sleuth? Or about him. Or about his associate Watson?
Join author Callie Feyen as she explores a few French form poems! And play with how to write a French poem for yourself.
Join author Callie Feyen as she walks with another writer who inspires her to lean in and create by feel in times when it’s hard to know the art you are trying to make.
Join author Callie Feyen as she reads a Spanish-inspired story to children that opens up stories of her own life.
In “The Heart of American Poetry,” Edward Hirsch has written both a personal memoir and a love letter to American poetry.
Get your favorite steep (or brew) & join us in writing a poem based on “The Color of Eyes Is the Color of Soul” by Xueyan.
In the Texas Hill Country city of Fredericksburg, an artist and a poet share an exhibition.
How many ways can we keep what’s precious, asks author Callie Feyen. Come along and keep what you love or wish you’d loved, in a poem.
We’re celebrating National Poetry Month with an invitation to The Mischief Café. Join us with cinnamon toast, tea, and poem-writing to get the party started!
Join us in celebrating Scribble Day, a public day inaugurated by Diane Alber. Share your Scribble poems for the community to enjoy!
Join author Callie Feyen for Women’s History Month, as she writes about two women and Aretha Franklin who gave her a little sparkle in the dark.