Recap of fall and winter 2018. Projects and updates for 2019, and how to follow along my new role as a Youth Programs Fellow.
“Teaching artists are dope until you’re stuck with one on a regular basis.” Learn why in this reflection from my summer of teaching poetry.
Read on for poet updates, summer 2018 edition. My 5 minutes of Instagram fame. Teaching poetry. A trip to Houston, TX.
February, I like to think, ends the winter season. At the very least, it serves as a transition point, a… Read more 1,000 miles: step 88
In my last update, I expressed several frustrations with being a 20-something year old. Those frustrations are still relevant, but… Read more 1,000 miles: step 85
October is a fairly decent month: the calm before the winter freeze, the color before the bare landscape. It is… Read more Claudia Poet’s Ideas for Random Acts of Poetry
It’s been difficult to separate my personal life from the political world. Every morning on my way to work, I’ve… Read more 1,000 miles: step 83
Here are 7 poetic forms to know to wow your artsy friends and to use in other occasions
The fall semester is now over. I have submitted “finals,” known as projects to the English major. Grades are coming… Read more 1,000 miles: step 79
March 21st marks the 16th anniversary of World Poetry Day. First observed in 2000, World Poetry Day is an initiative to celebrate poetry as an art form and a cultural phenomena. If you’re thinking poetry isn’t your thing or it’s a waste of time, I have a few words for you: you are a poem and poetry pays.