The 54 poems of “What Will Soon Take Place” by Tania Runyan are inspired by an unexpected source — the Book of Revelation in the Bible.
Have you tried our 5-day poetry prompt mini-series? We’re featuring 10 of our favorite community contributions based on prompts from How to Write a Poem.
High school English teacher Joel Jacobson shares his experience teaching a new advanced creative writing class using Tania Runyan’s How to Write a Poem. (Features student poems.)
Are you using How to Write a Poem yet? We want to extend a great invitation that could result in your poems or stories being shared.
Poet and teacher Mark Yakich takes a serious and irreverent look at reading and writing poetry in “Poetry: A Survivor’s Guide.”
If you say you’re not a poetry person, poet Tara Skurtu will not believe you. Find out why she believes everyone is a poetry person.
We’re on a mission to get How to Write a Poem (and How to Read a Poem) into classrooms in every state. Join the challenge!
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.
English Teaching Resources: Poem stacks are good for starting something. Good for jealous days.
How to write a poem? It might take more than paper and pen (or keyboard). Get the best “in” on how to take your poems to the next level.