Author Laura Brown discusses how curiosity deepens friendship, using the children’s book “Can I Touch Your Hair: Poems of Race, Mistakes, and Friendship.”
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Join author Callie Feyen as she talks with kindergarteners about being frustrated and watches as they head toward joy, balloons in hand.
Laura Lynn Brown serves Irish soda bread, the last Cara Cara orange, friendship, poetry, and disappearing kosher dills.
Tweetspeak Poetry is planning a New York City Meetup this spring! So many details to come. And arrangements to be made.
Can night poetry have sunshine? If you’re Emily Dickinson, you might find a way to mix dark and light by speaking symbolically.
Thanksgiving poems, from gratitude to the table. This one has its share of both.
Poets House is a place of reclamation, of your past and of your future.
Moving video poem: “Mortal Ghazal, ” by Luisa A. Igloria
“Once, we walked with tin cans to the small dairy for milk.” Thus begins this buttery, poignant poem from the farm, or the heart.