How many poems would a woodchuck write if a woodchuck could write poems? We have ten great poems about wood to make any woodchuck smile.
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The Heart’s Affections: On Loving Pearl Jenkins
In fiction, are characters there to make the plot happen, or does it work the other way around? Adjustments’ Pearl Jenkins gives us a clue.
On Being a Writer Book Club: Arrange
In our second book club discussion of Kroeker & Craig’s On Being a Writer, we consider the priority of writing and arranging our lives for a writing life.
It Was So Random: Random Acts of Poetry Day
People all over the world celebrated Random Acts of Poetry Day, slipping poems under doors and taping them to bathroom mirrors. Here are the highlights.
An Adjuster’s Letter to John Keats
An adjuster writes a letter to John Keats, hoping to understand mystery and negative capability in a world where truth matters less than what you can prove.
LW Lindquist is a claim adjuster who supports Tweetspeak because it’s a place where a person can find himself and grow—amidst kind, smart, & funny people.
Mischief Cafe: San Francisco and Trouble Coffee
From mind-reading cat ears, to Trouble Coffee in two locations, the San Francisco Mischief Café is full of adjustments.
The Writing Life: Setting Limits to Become a Better Writer
Do you need to set limits in your writing life in order to focus on writing? Charity Singleton Craig sees the irony, and the need to focus.
Meet Our Team
L.L. Barkat, Founder, Tweetspeak Poetry, T. S. Poetry Press, Every Day Poems, and Poetic Earth Month I’m a former English and elementary educator, K-12 certified, who believes in the heart of a teacher and the soul of a student. With expertise in literacy development and a strong interest in early childhood math education, I’m currently […]