We dare you to give “How to Read a Poem” to an English teacher. Here are our Top 10 reasons, plus a giveaway.
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?
Celebrate National Poetry Month by joining in our first ever large group Poetry Dare. Read a poem a day with us, with the daily offerings from Every Day Poems or a choose a poet to read for the month.
Sandra Heska King’s poetry dare continues, while she suspends herself in the web woven by T. S. Eliot’s marvelous collection of words.
Would you read T.S. Eliot every day for 30 days? Sandra Heska King couldn’t resist a double-dog Poetry Dare.
What better place to start reading T. S. Eliot than “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”? To break it down, we start with 10 great quotes plus the whole poem.
Nancy Franson completes the Poetry Dare and says, “I officially love poetry!” So was it just a stunt, or was this a true poetry-avoidant conversion?
Will Oldham’s June 1, 2012 column in Poetry magazine from the Poetry Foundation has sparked a lot of controversy. It’s actually pretty poetic.
Can everyone write poetry? Or only those with a poetry brain? Looks like Nancy Franson is trying to talk herself out of writing a poem as her Poetry Dare continues.
When we dared poetry-avoidant Nancy Franson to read a poem a day, we arranged for her to have a Poetry Buddy to read along and ask questions. Today Megan Willome shares her side of the Poetry Dare.
Can poetry be taught or learned? Or is it a relationship one enters into? Nancy Franson continues her experimental reading in the Poetry Dare. Settle down now. Drink some cranberry juice.
Nancy Franson continues her experimental poetry dare, trying to work out the rhythm of a new dance partner.
What are we reading at Tweetspeak Poetry? Catch up on the top posts from last month.
Follow the journey of Nancy Franson, the mildly poetry-avoidant subject of a poem-a-day experiment.