What do you do when learning something is difficult? Join Callie Feyen as she learns a lesson from her daughter on how to name the hard.
Having a hard time finding poetry in the mundane parts of your day? Head out to a sledding hill (for real or in your mind) and see what poetry treasure you can find.
New to poetry and unsure how to begin? Come along on a poetry treasure hunt. You’re sure to be inspired!
Join author Callie Feyen as she encourages us to build a sharing list to help us better orbit each other this holiday season.
Instead of arguing on social media, join author Callie Feyen as she explores response poetry. With help from poet Dave Malone.
Haiku is best in times of stress. Callie Feyen teaches participants in an Advent workshop—and us—to write How to Wait haiku.
How do you be grateful, especially when it’s the worst possible time for gratitude? Author Callie Feyen talke you through it (with scones).
What book helps you write from your wounded and wonderful heart? Author Callie Feyen discusses teaching “Walk Two Moons.”
Write from your now, using all five senses and the present moment. Callie Feyen follows poetry advice she learned in Washington, D.C.
Observations can evoke—even in a swimming pool. Callie Feyen considers the micro-essays and art of “The Swimming Studies” by Leanne Shapton.
It takes strength to believe you are worthy of flair. Where can you bring out the flair in your life? Join Callie Feyen for a poetry prompt.
What kind of person will I be “When I am old”? Callie Feyen writes a poem in which she relishes, for a moment, being exactly who she is.
Teacher and author Callie Feyen can’t take away the fear of creating something new, but she can help you turn your fear into poetry.
Join author Callie Feyen has she explores summer’s finish and autumn’s beginning as her daughter prepares to start high school.
Join author Callie Feyen in a back to school moment, as she explores the poetry that can come from standing in the shoes of someone else.
How does a writer start writing? With inspiration. For Callie Feyen, that begins with a poem.
When do you know it’s time to start? Callie Feyen writes a poem about it and invites you to write one too.
It is the Poet who looks. Join Callie Feyen as she contemplates the wreck of the Wilhelm Gustloff while awaiting the results of a Covid test.
Just the facts, Ma’am becomes the beginning of poetry, when you take those facts and begin to stack them up. Try this Just the Facts prompt!
Join author Callie Feyen as she considers purple moths and dragons and the asymmetry of the world and herself.