Through a poignant story about learning to knit, Callie Feyen reflects on beginnings, endings, and reminders of mortality.
Revisiting a long-ago read collection of Patricia Hampl stories leads Callie Feyen down a path of mystery and wonder and memory.
Like the butterfly, sometimes we can’t stop who we’re becoming. At those times, says Callie Feyen, all there is left to do is spread our wings and fly.
Join author Megan Willome as she learns a little wisdom poetry By Heart—’Dippold the Optician’ from Edgar Lee Masters’ ‘Spoon River Anthology.’
What we remember can be the key to finding our way, completing a task, maybe even saving the world. Join us for our new book club, where remembering is the way through the dark: The Silver Chair by C.S. Lewis.
It’s Poetry at Work Day 2020, and went looking for books and writing about wisdom in the workplace. We found some surprises. Celebrate with us!
Start a new ritual! Join us on a new reading journey as we read wisdom to each other with poet William Stafford as our guide and declarer.
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“Caribou, ” the new collection of poems by Charles Wright, is about memory, what has passed, and what is gone, and the realizations that come only with age.