Join author Callie Feyen for Women’s History Month, as she writes about two women and Aretha Franklin who gave her a little sparkle in the dark.
When nothing goes as planned, what’s Plan B? Maybe coffee, maybe tea. Especially at a beautiful coffee shop, with poems like “Loch Ness” on your mind.
Laura Lynn Brown’s Pittsburgh tea quest continues with a stop at Anchor and Anvil Coffee Bar, where a person can throw down a “Parking Chair” and celebrate Sconehenge.
Feeling stressed and busy? An artist date to a coffee shop like the Black Cow Coffee Company might just ease your mind. Or your poems.
How a hardcore coffee drinker turns to tea is something science can’t explain. A “come to rooibos” moment.
Welcome to a new year here at Tweetspeak Poetry. With this new year comes a new series of Monday poetry prompts to help you get your week started right! If you’ve been with us for a while, you know the drill–I’ll provide a writing prompt touching on Tweetspeak’s monthly theme, and you’ll compose a poem to […]
I am a helpless, habitual coffee drinker. For the most part, I don’t drink yuppie, frothy coffee. No, I drink the black stuff, the kind that tastes like ash. I drink it like it’s a badge of American masculinity, I guess. My grandpa used to say, “real men take their coffee the way God intended […]