Column by Jay Wilburn March 1, 2021
There are important things prose authors can learn by experimenting with haiku. It is an easy artform to take up, but difficult to master.
Column by Annie Neugebauer
Interested in experimenting with traditional form poetry but not sure where to start, or if you'll like it? Suggestions for poets who want to avoid rhyme, avoid meter, keep it quick, or just have fun.
Column by Leah Dearborn December 18, 2014
Tanka poets have a unique way of perfectly freezing a moment in time, of turning a short impression into a story of five lines.
Column by Jon Gingerich September 12, 2012
Love them or hate them, writers can learn a lot about sentence structure and wordplay by experimenting with the timeless artform of the aphorism.