What makes a story true? We head west for our A Ritual to Read column and enter the river of mystery that is ‘A River Runs Through It.’
Friendship forms among coworkers after the perfunctory question ‘How are you?’ gets an unexpected answer.
Ever wonder what we’re reading at Tweetspeak Poetry? Browse our Top Ten Posts from the last month (or so) and find out.
Where have you seen poetry at work? Thanks to Nancy Franson and Michelle Ortega, we spotted Glynn Young’s “Poetry at Work” around New York City.
What could be less poetic than corporate restructuring? In this week’s discussion of Glynn Young’s Poetry at Work, we consider the poetry of layoffs.
In Poetry at Work, Glynn Young asks if work can have beauty. Some work seems to be the very spot where beauty expired. And yet, it’s there, if one looks.
Poetry at Work, the book, provides practical tools for altering work cultures and our approaches to everything from the business meeting to the business crisis.
Our upcoming book club discussion of Glynn Young’s new book, Poetry at Work, comes just in time to celebrate Poetry at Work Day.
Did Jane Austen play video games? Did William Carlos Williams really eat the plums? Did Ben Franklin think flying was useful? It’s another week of the best in poetry and poetic things: Our Top 10 Poetic Picks.
Random acts of poetry, communing with nature is not an excuse to get out of the office, going to class with Anne Sexton and Sylvia Plath. It’s all in This Week’s Top Ten Poetic Picks with Seth Haines.
So the three of us tweeted away (49 tweets in all). Then I was given the privilege of crafting our separate poems into one big poem, and we decided to name it in honor of our absent friend.