With a focus on understanding and healing the pain within, Tanya Markul’s work is equal parts poetry, magic, and medicine. Her first collection, The She Book, was released in 2017. Praised as both tender and fierce, the collection encourages readers
Do you ever feel like you’re in a rut when it comes to how you promote your work on social media or how you connect and engage with your followers? I’ve been there too, more times than I can count.
Coronavirus has changed nearly every aspect of our lives within months. We celebrated Pride Month and National Poetry Month from home, struggled with mental health, and found new, imaginative ways to share support. But as much as the pandemic challenges
The Black Lives Matter movement has increased social awareness about police brutality, systemic racism, and white privilege in the United States. The homicide of George Floyd ignited worldwide protests to mourn his death and to create change in our justice
Artist and writer Hiral Patadia, founder of the platform POP by hiral, takes a unique approach to poetry. Through her website, her wide array of products (from wall art to phone cases), and her partnership with Swarovski, Patadia showcases how
“Writing more and more to the sound of music, writing more and more like music. Sitting in my studio tonight, playing record after record, writing, music a stimulant of the highest order, far more potent than wine.” —Anaïs Nin When it comes
Hey, everybody! Did you know that June 23 is National Typewriter Day? On this day in 1868, inventor Christopher Latham Sholes was granted a patent for his typewriting machine. Now, typewriter enthusiasts everywhere use this day as a chance to
The marriage of poetry and film is a romantic affair that viewers have long been watching. From the lyrical sensibilities of the 60s film Alphaville to Eva Green’s reading of Tyler Knott’s poetry, combining video and poetry is an artistic