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The results of a 6-year double-blind, super-sticky study are in: from Hoagland and Oliver to Shakespeare and Poe, poets are bringing happiness to the workplace.
It’s Take Your Poet to Work Day! Find all the resources you need to enjoy the company of your favorite poet at work today.
We’re getting ready to celebrate Take Your Poet to Work Day! Our 2019 poet collection features recently lost American national treasures like Tony Hoagland.
Tony Hoagland writes words he cannot find, and plays to our baser instincts to call us to greater things in search of a stolen earth.
Poems, perhaps more especially now the ones that talk about bodies, have the means to calm and they make me grateful, like Hoagland, “for the lives I / never have to live again.”
This National Poetry Month, we invite you to a group Poetry Dare, reading a single poet all month long and writing poems longhand or creating a collage inspired by the poems. LW Willingham leads the way, with Tony Hoagland.
Whether you included your writing goals in your 2016 resolutions, this collection of 10 great writing quotes might give you the inspiration you need to get started.
Robbie Burns didn’t write the first rose poem. But he may have written one of the best rose poems. Enjoy this fresh bouquet of 12—minus two!
We wrap up our discussion of Dorothy Parker’s Elbow: Tattoos on Writers, Writers on Tattoos considering the tattoo’s dark side with Kafka and Tony Hoagland.
The Poetry Industry’s World Domination Tour: from finding poetry’s public to Shakespeare’s entrepreneurial bent. It’s This Week’s Top 10 Poetic Picks.
An inaugural poetry primer, Bill Murray reading Dickinson poems to construction workers, and free books for the taking in This Week’s Top Ten Poetic Picks.
Picasso scratch-off, Hurricane Sandy, and the mother of all field trips — Seth Haines has all this and more in This Week’s Top Ten Poetic Picks.