Quick Links: Teaching Poetry

When it comes to teaching poetry, lesson plans have to be catered to the demographic you are aiming to teach. While we can’t create a syllabus for every type of student, we can provide resources that can help you introduce or further deepen your students’ understanding of poetry. Important: Accessibility Guide– created by Poetry Out…

Guide to Publication Rights

Knowing your publication rights is a crucial factor in navigating how you want your work to be published. While you own the copyright to anything you write, registration with the U.S. Copyright Office will entitle you to monetary damages in cases of infringement. Here is a guide to publication rights, the types of rights available,…

Written Wednesday| Interview With Jonathan Stamper

Jonathan Stamper has been singing since he was 4 years old. He plays several instruments, writes and produces original music, raps, and acts. Jonathan has toured Portugal and Spain in addition to singing backup for superstar recording artist Sting. Jonathan is not only the Flagship Artist but is also the Vice President of Artist Relations…

Ways To Get Paid For Your Poetry

Poetry is often seen as a field where writers can’t make money. However, there are tons of opportunities for poets to turn their self-expression into a side hustle or a full-time career. Here are some ways to make money from your art, both short-term and long-term. Paid Submissions If you already submit your poetry to…