Let the poem do the teaching.
Introducing the 2021 PEN America / L’Engle Rahman Mentorship Prize recipients.
Lesson plans, resources, interviews, and essays written by and about Latinx, Latin-American, and Hispanic writers.
An Interview with Glynn Pogue
Remembering Gary Lenhart & Robert Hershon
The writer and educator’s responsibility toward current political movements in the U.S.
Teaching imaginative writing at home in a time of social distancing.
For an Innovative Creative Writing Classroom Project
Teaching artists Marsha Gildin and Robin Bady led a workshop at the Selfhelp Innovative Senior Center in Flushing, New York
An anthology of student writing.
What is Poetry Out Loud?
Students create image-driven poems based on where they are from, who they are, and who they want to become.
by Nathaniel U. (6th grade)
A Collection of Poems by the High School Students of International High School at Union Square
The New School and New York University
PS/IS 122Q Academy for the Intellectually Gifted, Queens, NY
by Isabella C. (3rd grade)
by Cerentha (3rd grade)
Anthology of Worlds and Stories
Personal Narrative Essays
Student Poetry by Kevin (6th grade)
Using Artifacts to Inspire Poetry
A roundtable on plagiarism and intertextuality.