Trio House Press
publishing distinct voices in American Poetry
since 2011
Poetry Now Program

In order to promote the understanding and appreciation of poetry, our Poetry Now program provides educational materials and resources for use within classrooms, book clubs, or for individual usage.  Utilize our poetry lesson plans or poetry prompts.

 

Our  "Discussion Links" section provides expertly developed lesson plans that encourage analysis, reflection and discussion about poems published by Trio House Press as well as influential public domain works.  These plans can be reproduced for classroom and personal use without permission but are not permitted to be sold or redistributed in any form.

 

Our "Write It" section encourages the writing process by providing prompts and writing exercises developed in conjunction with our Trio House Press poetry and other influential public domain works. These prompts and exercises can be reproduced for classroom and personal use without permission but are not permitted to be sold or redistributed in any form.

Discussion Links: Poetry Lesson Plans

 

Literary Allusions: Tennyson's Dialogue with Catullus  (by Steven Riel)    CLICK HERE

 

Soldiers' Perspectives on War: Can Point of View Convince?  (by Steven Riel) CLICK HERE

 

Orchestrating the Longish Meditative Lyric: Kinnell's "The Seekonk Woods"  (by Steven Riel) CLICK HERE

 

Louise Bogan: Metaphors  (by Steven Riel)  CLICK HERE


Matt Mauch's If You're Lucky Is a Theory of Mine  CLICK HERE 


Hyacinths and Biscuits in David Groff's Clay   (by Stephen Cramer) CLICK HERE


Shifting Diction in Iris Jamahl Dunkle's Gold Passage  (by Stephen Cramer)  CLICK HERE


The Use of Sensory Details in Sandy Longhorn's  The Alchemy of My Mortal Form   (by Stephen Cramer)

CLICK HERE


An Idea Caught in the Act, in Bradford Tice's What the Night Numbered  (by Stephen Cramer) CLICK HERE


"Some Answers I Wrote on a Long Term Disability Questionnaire," by Madeleine Barnes  CLICK HERE(by Sarah Dumitrascu)


“Dreamscape with Embryo” and The Art of Apostrophe, by Madeleine Barnes CLICK HERE (by Sarah Dumistrascu)


Your Immaculate Heart by Annmarie O’Connell CLICK HERE (by Harper Warner)


Questioning the Divisions of Language in Dark Tussock Moth by Mary Cisper CLICK HERE(by Rachel Whitesell)


A multitude of voices in Threed, This Road Not Damascus by Tamara J. Madison CLICK HERE (by Sarah Dumitrascu)


Tell it to me backwards, Threed, This Road Not Damascus by Tamara J. Madison CLICK HERE (by Sarah Dumitrascu)


Sound in David Groff's Clay CLICK HERE (by Hadley Hendrix) 

(interview transcript CLICK HERE)



 

Write It: Poetry Prompts

 

Using inspiration from another poet.  CLICK HERE

 

Using a deck of cards.  CLICK HERE