Whether you’re homeschooling due to coronavirus, gearing up for a summer of babysitting, or a parent or teacher wanting to instill a lifelong love of literature, poetry offers a multitude of options for engaging children. Moreover, this early education can
In a previous post, I began a series of articles that will feature the work of poets with chronic illness. The first piece featured poems by Rina Bloom that raise awareness about what it is like to live with lupus. I
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.
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
All historical and artistic events have something crucial to tell us. Through them, we understand the development of the world. One of them is the artistic, philosophical, and intellectual movement called Romanticism, referring to the birth of a new set
A new month ushers in original and innovative poetry releases. This month, themes explore everything from female empowerment, fairy tales, and automation, to the very role of language itself. The end result? There’s a poetry collection for anyone and everyone.
Prayer in a Hospital Room by Veronica Suarez Tonight, stars blink, tell tales of a full moon apocalypse, and in the silence, I can hear the fears of the city echoing though the birds are chirping, and a toad hops on the granite. I don’t believe we’re on the
Our favorite poems are ones we return to again and again. Whether we find comfort, joy, solace, or inspiration through that poem, it can be a wonderful reminder to see it each day. If surrounding yourself with words sounds comforting
On grad school applications, writing residencies requirements, and academic job posts, a new question is emerging: How do you engage with a larger writing community? It’s no longer just about writing strong literature, it’s also about being a strong literary