Charity Singleton Craig has tips to help you conquer your smart phone habits to take care of your writing and your brain.
Got the summer writing blues? Charity Singleton Craig shares 3 tips inspired by Hoosier author Booth Tarkington to improve your writing this summer.
John James Audubon’s meticulous and detailed approach to studying birds can inspire not only the nature writer but anyone wishing to write more vividly.
Can being distracted make you a better writer? Charity Singleton Craig explores the ways we can use our distractions to fuel creativity and even improve our writing.
In the film Paterson, Charity Singleton Craig finds the routine of doing the same thing in the same place day after day forms a canvas on which to create.
On her latest regional tour, Charity Singleton Craig takes in the exhibit of Marie Webster at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
You can read without writing, but good writing calls for reading. Charity Singleton Craig has three great ways reading will make you a better writer.
Charity Singleton Craig goes out with a plan to spread poetry around her community and is thwarted by 20 scurrying chipmunks.
What if you had a goal for every person in your city to encounter a poem all in one month. Where would you start? O, Miami Poetry Festival, for one.
Charity Singleton Craig applies the tidying principles of the KonMari organization method to your writing. Will it change your life?
Learn more about the man behind the camera of some of the most breathtaking images you’ll see featured at Tweetspeak Poetry, Taiwanese photographer Pai-Shih Lee.
For the “track folk who just love the smell of Ethanol” and the “parade wavers” and “hot dog chompers, ” Hoosier poet Adam Henze becomes the first official poet of the Indy 500 on its 100th run.
Charity Singleton Craig meets Indiana Poet Laureate Shari Wagner and considers how to make poetry more accessible to more people.
When you plan for your book release, don’t overlook libraries in your book marketing plan. Working with libraries can be fun, fulfilling, and financially surprising.
Dave Malone contemplates all that remains unmarked by calendars in his love poem, Unmarked.
From the open stacks to the creaking wood floors, Charity Singleton Craig recalls the “best buildings” of the Carnegie Library legacy.
What feels like writer’s block might just be giving up too soon. Charity Singleton Craig challenges writers to use persistence toward better creativity.
Charity Singleton Craig reflects on following the ghost of James Whitcomb Riley through Hoosier country.
Follow your passion, don’t follow your passion. The advice is changing day to day. Charity Singleton Craig considers which route is best.
Working from home has its perks, but can also have its downside, like professional loneliness. Charity Singleton Craig—and Hemingway—have thoughts on that.