Finally, it’s April. And we can start penning verse for National Poultry Month! Just another #smartfun opportunity from Tweetspeak Poetry.
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Who could have believed all that would happen from a simple Twitter party, between just 4 friends? We had no idea. But it’s been a wild journey, from NASA to The Paris Review and so, so much more. Join us in an amazing (and humorous) retrospective. Poultry-approved.
We’re turning 10 years old. It seemed like the perfect time to announce an inaugural Poet Laura. What’s that, you say? Come and see. (And discover the honoree.)
Author Megan Willome gets serious about some silly dinosaurs in an opposites book by Sandra Boynton for this month’s Children’s Book Club.
For the past several years, we’ve provided cut ‘n color poets for grown-ups, to take to work in July. Sometimes, kids borrowed them. And, over time, we heard from librarians and classroom teachers: “We want kids to have the chance to take these to school.” But nobody wanted to go to school in July! So. […]
Our new infographic will teach you how to write an acrostic poem and have you writing poetry soup for every meal.
If Google search is any indication, the world is looking for chicken poetry. Here are 10 chicken poems to make the search easier. (Or at least more fun.)
What if we took our brains off ‘high alert’ and thought long enough to develop an original idea? Our discussion of A More Beautiful Question concludes today.
By this time, I’m ready to ask the chicken question. I’ve been scratching around for an angle, and even as I type this, I don’t have one. But Kim Addonizio tells me I don’t have to know where I’m going when I start writing, and even goes so far as to say it might be […]