We’ve chosen our winner and finalists for the Poetry for Life Scholarship. Come meet one of the finalists and read one of the submitted poems.
It was a hard choice, but we’ve got a winner for the Poetry for Life Scholarship. Come meet the poet and read one of the submitted poems.
When did poetry become a private pursuit? Charity Singleton Craig explores the role of poetry in changing public discourse.
Books in flight in San Francisco’s ‘Language of the Birds’ sculpture takes the charge to paint poetry in the public square quite literally.
We found poetry in our own community, both formal and informal, historical and contemporary. And we found it at the Tavern of Fine Arts.
It’s poetry for life – and it surrounds you. Look for it and help Tweetspeak Poetry celebrate it. We’re starting in Seattle.
In a recent article at The Huffington Post, I highlighted 5 vital approaches for furthering “poetry for life.” Now Tweetspeak is taking it a step beyond.
Poetry is for life, not for ivory towers. That’s why we’re taking it home, with mischief, toast, and tea, through a new initiative called The Mischief Café.
What happens when one parent dreams of giving 180 graduates poetry for life? A national poetry community makes sure the dream comes true.