We’re ecstatic. April is National Poetry Month.
Every weekday in April, we will be sharing a poem, an excerpt of poetry, or a feature on a poet. Our celebration will feature poetry from every era, and we ask our friends to join us throughout the month by sharing their favorite poetry under the tag #PoetryMonth.
Looking for a laugh on April Fools’ Day? At least one of these puns is sure to make you giggle. Share your favorite pun in the comments section!
Every office has its own sort of language—vocabulary that people frequently use when they’re at work but probably wouldn’t use that often otherwise. Most of us are used to office jargon, but we’d like to take a minute to review some of the business-y words that do the… MORE →
When you’re speaking out loud, homophones sound alike, but when you’re writing them out, it’s a different story. Though they have the same pronunciation, homophones have slightly different spellings and totally different definitions. Since using the wrong one can completely change the meaning of your statement, it’s… MORE →
On January 12, Grammarly launched its third annual scholarship essay competition, encouraging students to share their thoughts on one of two writing prompts: What is poetry, and how does it influence your writing? What is the funniest book you have ever read? Talk about why the book was… MORE →