Manhattanville College serves up intriguing Castle Conversations, beginning with Arianna Huffington, a woman both visionary and down-to-earth.
Looking for the best National Poetry Month books and tools? From Billy Collins to haiku, from sonnets to cinnamon & jealous poem stacks, this list entices!
The Read for Fun movement began with a single tweet. It’s about books, love, and fun. Or maybe it’s about life.
You have poetry questions. We have (some) poetry answers—and questions of our own. Join our latest discussion!
Here are ten great “spring books” to help us coax spring to (please!) make her appearance. From nonfiction to poetry to creativity and writing titles.
When you dip into your Every Day Poems to find lines for poem starters, you could get published in our upcoming Every Day Ideas 2015 ebook.
Yes, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, but there is still time to treat your Love to one or more of these luscious love poem books.
Not sure how to love your Mother for Valentine’s Day? Check out these ways with words. From the poignant to the hilarious.
A new website that could be a writing opportunity. You have a mom, right? There might be something you could write at Makes You Mom.
You wanted to know what makes for sentimental poetry. We’re here to answer that question and raise a few questions of our own.
Now, when you share pictures of your Every Day Poem pinups, we’ll save them for possible inclusion in a special “Every Day Ideas” ebook in 2015.
A writing workshop that will help you develop a satisfying, lasting writing life. Learn from two great editors who’ve developed successful long-term careers.
You’ve got poetry questions. We’ve got award-winning poets and poetry reviewers. Ask us anything about poetry! The Poet is in, ready to answer.
What costs are you bearing—from an uncontrolled, angry, demanding Internet? And what are you going to do about it?
There are all sorts of wonderful reasons why people need poetry. In this TED talk, Stephen Burt gives his intriguing ideas about a few.
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.
What does a “middle” look like in a story? Or, how do you perhaps begin a story “in medias res”? The Book of Middles explores these questions and more.
In a recent article at The Huffington Post, I highlighted 5 vital approaches for furthering “poetry for life.” Now Tweetspeak is taking it a step beyond.
From mind-reading cat ears, to Trouble Coffee in two locations, the San Francisco Mischief Café is full of adjustments.