Laura Brown joins new friends at Pittsburgh’s Grand Concourse for a night exploring play and the work of paying attention.
There’s comfort in the familiarity of our favorite coffee or tea shop. Pull up a cozy chair, pour a cup, and write some ode poetry with us. Join us!
The beverage wars are on. This week’s poetry prompt pits coffee against soft drinks (or any other drink, really) in a duel to the death.
Cream is only good when it’s fronted by Eric Clapton, and the highest form of coffee sacrilege is its dilution with dairy. That’s one man’s opinion. What about you? How you take it? Seth Haines has another poetry prompt.
How a hardcore coffee drinker turns to tea is something science can’t explain. A “come to rooibos” moment.