Why Mark Twain (and countless high school students) wants to dig up Jane Austen and find her shin bone. Love it or hate it, Pride and Prejudice still tops the charts.
As we turn the page to 2014, we’re playing back the most popular posts at Tweetspeak Poetry of 2013. Not surprisingly, these posts reflected our commitment to play, learn, and grow.
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.
Madonna recites Neruda, Kennedy memorizes Colderidge, Seinfeld drinks coffee. It’s poetry and more in Our Top Ten Poetic Picks.
Painting with tea, a tribute to Pride and Prejudice, the most “bank-clerky of all bank clerks. Seth Haines has the best in poetry in this week’s Top 10 Poetic Picks.
Ten great Pride and Prejudice Resources. Okay, some are just plain fun. But that’s great too, no?
A thematic playlist to help you celebrate the 200th birthday of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Snark included, no extra charge.
Happy 200th birthday, Pride & Prejudice. Instead of cake, we made you an infographic. Take that for a turn around the drawing room.
The best in poetry (and poetic things), this week with Kimberlee Conway Ireton. 1 Art Oh. My. Goodness. Did you know there is a website called Bookshelf Porn? Did you know it is a bibliophile’s dream come true? Hundreds of photos and videos of bookshelves, bookstores, books, books, and more books. It’s like Pinterest for […]