Children’s stories lead us into our most imaginative selves. Come kindle your curiosity, encourage your whimsy, spark your creativity, and find new ways to think and be, in this inspiring writing workshop that uses children’s stories, as well as grownup’s stories, to take you through the looking glass.
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In this delicious food-writing workshop, you’ll have a chance to look at popular favorites (potatoes, bread, cakes, anyone?) and a rainbow of foods you may or may not have ever developed a love for (eggplant, olives, sugar-coated rose petals?). Come write words you can taste!
Have you ever wished that whimsy and fun—that play itself—could be the beginning of serious work? Enrich your writing through play—in this special workshop with authors Laura Boggess and Laura Lynn Brown.
Explore the tasty partnership of tea, story, poetry and writing—in this special writing workshop with author Megan Willome.
One way to pay tribute to someone special in your life is by writing a poem with their name all over it. This week we learn six steps to writing the polished acrostic poem.
Mind’s Eye Poetry connects with dementia patients, engaging their minds and memories to create poems on the spot.
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.
Writing poetry can be a great way to improve your prose writing and your basic ability with images and words. Of course, writing poetry can be a wonderful past-time for its own sake. Either way, here are some wonderful resources that will help you out.
Want to get involved in a writing group, or get more out of one you’re in? Charity Singleton Craig has ideas to help you start, join and make the most of a writing group.
Looking for last-minute great Mother’s Day Gifts? If your mom is a writer (or you think she could be), these titles are for her.
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 […]
We received several heart-warming submissions for our photography prompts. Visit our family dog album, pick your favorite, and respond with a poem.
Taking good pet photographs takes practice. Our photography prompts are here to help. Bring your camera and dog along with us for a little Photo Play!
Join us for our Baby Face Photo Prompts follow-up and be stirred by the collection of photographs and poetry, steeped in back story. Come write yours.
Pick up your camera and join us for our photo prompts while we explore this month’s Baby, Baby theme. What do you see when you look through the viewfinder?
Capture beauty on a plate. Join us for this month’s Photo Prompts, and dabble in the art of food styling.
Poetry and photo prompts go hand in hand with our Photo Play feature. Check out the entries for An Ode to Home.
There is something about home that bestows a sense of peace, comfort, and belonging. Home sustains us. Walk through the door after a long day and inhale. It smells familiar, like a favorite sweater. Come on over to our house for Photo Prompts: An Ode to Home. It’s Photo Play day!
Special thanks to all our photographers and poets who participated in last week’s photo play, poetry and photo prompts. Come, be inspired and write a poem with us!
Doors and passageways poetry prompts. Who will you be, what will you do, to get that door to your dreams open? Put it in a poem.