If poetry makes you a better writer and reader, maybe you should read more poetry. Use these three methods to increase your poetry reading.
Last year, during National Poetry Month, you gave us your jeans. In poems and photos. Now we’re giving them back to you in free e-book form. Come get the collection, plus a special invitation!
Coloring books can help reduce stress. And poetry can help reduce stress. So make your days stress-free with our new poetry coloring book.
We’ve rounded up 5 great celebration tools for National Poetry Month—from awesome free coloring pages and the makings of a poets’ parade, to surprising writing tools, plus!
Just a quick update on the “Show Us Your Poetry Jeans” e-book project and a “reveal” about how poems and photos will be included in “Casual.”
If Google search is any indication, the world is looking for chicken poetry. Here are 10 chicken poems to make the search easier. (Or at least more fun.)
It’s National Poetry Month, and all month long, we want to see your poetry jeans. Get featured, shared, or even published in our e-book? It could happen.
Finally, it’s April. And we can start penning verse for National Poultry Month! Just another #smartfun opportunity from Tweetspeak Poetry.
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 young Master in Wisława Szymborska’s “Interview with a Child” challenges us to reject the idea that things are only as they seem.
When contemplating infinity, it’s helpful to have a small thing that can fit in our hand. Wisława Szymborska places a blue umbrella alongside the universe.
Unless your pockets are very large, you probably don’t want to carry The Wasteland around for Poem in Your Pocket Day. Choose one of these short poems to copy and carry with you all day.
It’s difficult to explain good fortune, though that didn’t stop Wisława Szymborska from trying in her poem “Could Have.”
Wisława Szymborska’s “Conversation with a Stone” evokes the infuriating sense of talking to a rock. That’s a good reason to love the poem.
Now you can win a two-night stay at the Library Hotel in NYC. With your original haiku! National Poetry Month contest winners announced May 5.
Join us for Week #1 of our National Poetry Month Poetry Dare. We’re looking at “Vocabulary” and “An Effort” by Wisława Szymborska. What did you read?
Library Hotel, Best American Poetry, and TS Poetry are asking you to pick a poem for the Library Hotel’s beautiful Poetry Garden. If your poem is chosen, you will receive a gift.
From the Arabian peninsula to Seattle, we put poetry on the map this National Poetry Month.
Join us as we wrap up our discussion of ‘poemcrazy’ with woolly mammoth, vikings, and writing to save your life.
Who to follow for National Poetry Month (and maybe all year long). The best in poetry sites.