A poem I wrote about May and how unseasonably cold it can be some years.
We all have written in some crazy places, but where do you do your best work? It might be an important conversation to have with yourself.
To my fellow teachers: it’s been a hard year, but we made it. Take this week to reflect […]
Epic poetry can be dense, but understanding it doesn’t have to be! Join us today to learn about epic poems before the end of poetry month!
There’s a million poems and poets out there and an infinite number of themes, and yet, for me, […]
Figurative and sensory language help our poems come alive. Join us today as we figure out a few ways to make that happen in your own poems!
We continue poetry month by looking at a few conventional elements of poetry. Join us to learn a few things about the form!
A poem I wrote last summer about the Catalina fires near the Oro Valley.
It’s time to pull those old collection of poems from the bookshelf and your old poems from the drawer, because it’s April and that means it’s Poetry month!
Solar Bones is about the lot of things that make a life worthy … and dreadful. It’s about a man named Marcus Conway, and it’s about you and me.