I have to be honest. Pride and Prejudice was the book that finally convinced me that it was permissible to stop reading a book you really didn’t enjoy.
Archives for January 2013
A poem about Mickey Mouse, buckets and brooms, inspired by Disney’s “Fantasia.”
Today is Poetry at Work Day. Not so long ago, when I first started playing with poetry, it often centered on my work. In fact, I used to house it all at its own blog, called PoetiClaims, until I got comfortable enough with the idea of writing poetry to actually put my own name to […]
You don’t have to be the poet laureate of your workplace to celebrate Poetry at Work Day. I just created a snazzy new infographic to prove it.
If you’re wanting to take your poetry or creativity to a new level (or, maybe just to any level), T. S. Poetry has a terrific opportunity for you. Anne M. Doe Overstreet will be leading a 12-week or 8-week online poetry workshop beginning February 18.
What could be better than a machine that generates Princess Bride quotes for me on demand, with stunning photos?