Our new infographic will teach you how to write an acrostic poem and have you writing poetry soup for every meal.
Feeling compelled to write a rondeau? Let our fun Rentrement of Compulsion infographic help get you started and learn how to write a rondeau poem.
Help our noble hero fight good and evil with an epic poem. Our colorful epic poetry infographic will show you how. (And maybe make you laugh along the way.)
We close out our month-long Ballad theme with a ballad infographic featuring famous ballad poems and folk songs, ballad poets, and a little bit of history.
Take Your Poet to Work Day is coming July 16. We have a brand new crew of poets that are eager for the chance to go to work with you.
Our new “In Praise of the Ode” infographic will give you a little ode history, famous odes and ode-lers, and some great tips on how to write an ode.
Have you tried your hand yet? Our new poetry infographic shows you how to write a ghazal, complete with a smiling gazelle.
Poetry at Work Day is coming January 14, 2014. To launch this year’s celebration, we’re releasing our brand new 2014 Poetry at Work Day infographic.
Writing a pantoum doesn’t have to be like being dragged to the catacombs. Just follow Erik and Christine’s helpful pantoum infographic and you’ll be out of the dungeon in no time.
One expert says haiku is “not fun.” He’s never been to Tweetspeak. We have a fun new infographic to help you Boost Your Haiku High-Q.
Happy 200th birthday, Pride & Prejudice. Instead of cake, we made you an infographic. Take that for a turn around the drawing room.
Chickens, chocolate chip cookies, writing poetry on the clock? Must be our Poetry at Work Day infographic.
Want to write a sonnet? Don’t want to write a sonnet, but you have to? Either way, our Sonnet Infographic will help you laugh and write your way through.
Buy a year of happy mornings today (and become a better writer). Every Day Poems, just $5.99 Want a Sonnet Infographic? Try Quatrain Wreck: On How to Write a Sonnet Infographic by LW Lindquist. ________________ How to Read a Poem uses images like the mouse, the hive, the switch (from the Billy Collins poem)—to guide readers […]