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April is National Poetry Month, and the Academy of American Poets has a lot of tools available on their site to help you celebrate. One of those tools offers “30 ways to celebrate” poetry throughout the month. Check it out!
There are some good options in the list; numbers 3, 7, 8, 12, 15, 19 and 29 are my faves. Which ones interest you?
My own methods of celebrating include leading a poetry workshop later this month, attending a poetry night and open mic, and participating in a “write a poem a day” challenge with 100+ other poets. We’re on day 2, and so far I’ve cranked out two poems.
As I wrote in my previous post, I’m not a fan of “prompts” to help me write, but so far, the two prompts put forth in the group have spoken to me. I’d share them here, but I actually think they could become something publishable, so I’ll refrain, at least for now.
I hope National Poetry Month treats you well and turns you on to some new words, forms and poets!