Becoming a poet laureate is a coveted role and rare honor. Rarer still is having two laureates in the same family. Hear how a mother-son duo is working to bring poetry to a wider audience.
After tragedy strikes, Vermont poet Ruth Stone retreats to the margins of the literary world, working tirelessly to provide for her children, and transformed her intense grief into poetry, using simple, startling language. This is the story of her life and work.
Arizona PBS KIDS
Introduce students to a new type of poetry to get their creative juices flowing: diamantes, structured poems with seven lines that form the shape of a diamond.