If you are a literature nerd, then you’d know a little bit about poets and their history. They can be moody, sarcastic, and quite truthful at times. If you love the art of poetry and are looking for a way to express that love, then check out Poet in a Cupcake Day!
Poet in a Cupcake Day is a day all about celebrating your favorite poets while making your favorite cupcakes. If you’re interested, then read more below about the history of Poet in a Cupcake Day and see how you can take part in this sweet day.
History of Poet in a Cupcake Day
Poet in a Cupcake Day is a fun capstone day for Take Your Poet to School Week, a week-long event that began through the efforts of Tweetspeak. Tweetspeak is a poetry party collective that regularly hosts poetry parties where people can come, write poetry and submit them on Twitter or to their blog website.
Tweetspeak originally started as a small group of friends on Twitter who loved writing poetry online and in 2009 officially launched Tweetspeak to keep up with their poetry archives and help others express themselves in the world of poetics.
Since then, in 2015 Tweetspeak was acquired by T. S. Poetry Press, a publishing company that publishes poetry and other forms of literature.
Tweetspeak offers various ideas for literature fans to run with, but their most famous idea is the Take Your Poet to School Week, where each day is themed with a certain activity to help you express your love for your favorite poets.
One of those holidays is the Poet in a Cupcake day, where people can make their favorite cupcake flavors in line with their favorite poets. It’s a day of cupcakes and poetry, so why not have a little fun and celebrate Poet in a Cupcake Day!
How to celebrate Poet in a Cupcake Day
It’s easy to celebrate with Tweetspeak’s poet cut-outs. You can print and cut out your poets, color, and put them on popsicle sticks and then insert into your favorite cupcake!
They suggest that you should read a little about your poet before deciding what kind of cupcake might be the best sweet pedestal. You can also read a poem by the poet in the spirit of this day.
If you’re not up for actual sweets, then you can watch for Tweetspeak’s printable cupcake collection, that can be cut and colored.