The Tweetspeak Team has bundled up our sugar plums and mistletoe, readying ourselves for that snowy trip over the river and through the woods to whomever’s house we are thinking to go. Enjoy the 12 Days of Form Poetry, Poetry Prompts and Playlists while we’re away.
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Writing playlists, just for you. Or, forget about writing and just listen for inspiration and enjoyment. Air, Breath, Wind Playlist Baby, Baby Playlist Bread, Pastries, Pies Ballad Playlist Bottles & Cans Playlist Cat’s Meow Playlist Circus and Carnival Coffee and Tea Playlist Dog Songs Playlist Doors and Passageways Playlist Dragons and Creatures Playlist Fairy Tale […]
Do you have a favorite playlist you listen to while you write poetry? We’re featuring ten of our favorite themed writing playlists.
Try writing Song Title Poetry! All you need is a pad of sticky notes, a playlist of favorite songs, and your imagination.
Can being distracted make you a better writer? Charity Singleton Craig explores the ways we can use our distractions to fuel creativity and even improve our writing.
From Natalie Merchant to Duke Ellington, we’ve got a Shakespeare playlist that brings to life the famous playwright and poet, plus a few unexpected tunes.
Thanks for partnering with us, to bring people “poetry for life.” From teaching resources, to inspirational prompts and playlists; from public days like Poetry at Work Day, Take Your Poet to Work Day, and Poem on Your Pillow Day to a traveling Mischief Cafe, your partnership helps promote the 5 vital approaches that will make […]
From In the Air Tonight to Just Breathe, this month’s playlist is a whirlwind assortment of classic songs and new-found favorites. Join us!
Our new Fairy Tale & Fantasy Playlist and Prompt is a fantastical journey to the kingdom of make-believe. Listen along and write a storybook poem with us.
We’ve got a roundup of the [mostly] happy songs in our new Playlist. Catch a listen, put up the “Gone Fishing” sign and cast a line or two of poetry with us.
Want to help Tweetspeak Poetry keep providing great content? Our Top Ten Reasons to be a Tweetspeak Tugboat Supporter.
Emily Dickinson’s pickup lines, op-ed poetry, why you should draw with your 4-year-old. It’s a brand new week of our Top Ten Poetic Picks.
Helpful Teaching Tools! For librarians, teachers, group leaders—here are some teaching tools that will make it easier for you to plan your programs: Smart Fun Poets Coloring Book Our Take Your Poet to Work Day coloring book is made for grownups who appreciate a little smart fun. But you can borrow it for your classroom […]
We hope you’ll discover us as a premier play-place for poets, word lovers, and poetic artists & photographers. All of the following give you a chance to have fun or participate in community writing projects. Oh, we do have a good time. Image-ine: Poetry and Art Poetry Comics and Humor Themed Playlists Twitter poetry parties […]
Why poetry matters, Stephen Colbert on design, bees conspiring to make art. It ‘s all in our Top 10 Poetic Picks.
One Direction and Bon Jovi are all over the new goat song craze. We kick off our March Pantoum poetry theme with a playlist for the goat pantoum.
Love’s big day is upon us, and we don’t want you to be without a good love poem, so we’ve gathered up a list of ten of our favorites. Maybe you have another you’d like to share in the comments?
Every month, we arrange the way we play poetry around a particular theme. You’ll see it in the artful content from our contributing writers, hear it in our inspiring thematic Spotify playlists, put your hands on it in the Monday morning poetry prompts, or experience it in the daily offerings from Every Day Poems. Here are our favorites from 2012.
The best in poetry (and poetic things), this week with Will Willingham. 1 Art As an insurance adjuster, I find the term “perfect storm” an unfortunate combination of words, unless we simply mean the sort of storm which generates a lot of business for me but in which no one is hurt and only easily […]
At Tweetspeak Poetry, we are committed to nurturing totally fun literary citizens—and, in so doing, to help people become who they really are. We believe in the power of community reading, writing, playing, and just plain living, to accomplish this. Join us today? Become a literary citizen who knows how to take life less (and […]