In this video, Miles Pattern shares his poem, “Peanut Butter”.
In this video, Miles Patterson shares his poem, “Stoned.”
In this video, Miles Patterson shares his poem “Candlelight.”
I hope none of you are here for answers. Authors are notoriously bad at answers. No, that’s not right. We’re not bad at them, we come up with answers all the time, but our answers tend to be unreliable, personal, anecdotal, and highly imaginative. These things can be drawbacks as far as answers go if you’re hoping to use our answers in your lives. But they are all good things, not drawbacks, when it comes to questions. Authors are good at posing questions, and our questions are often pretty solid. – Neil Gaiman
In this video, singer, songwriter and poet Jeremy Park shares his poem, “The News” and explains the meaning behind it.
The poem originally came out of a writing workshop in which the prompt was “things you can go inside of.”