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Shakespeare Scavenger Hunt Walking Tour to find the master’s linguistic marks and exploring inscriptions throughout the library.
Instawalk across the Williamsburg Bridge into Brooklyn and a writing workshop and open mic in which emerging poets create works inspired by the Instawalk images.
Four winners of PSA’s competitive annual Chapbook Competition create original word-and-image pieces to be featured online.
Poets House fellows create original word-and-image pieces to be showcased online and hold readings, conversation, and a celebration to open this year's Poets House Showcase, a free exhibit featuring all of the new poetry books and poetry-related texts published in the United States in a single year from over 650 commercial, university, and independent presses.
Kundiman fellows create multilingual, original word-and-image pieces from across the country and the world to be featured online.
Fellows post #wordswelivein images related to work on their current projects in the U.S. and abroad.
Urban Word’s Youth Poet Laureates in 35 cities across the country participate in #wordswelivein and "carry the hashtag" to the Brave New Voices: International Youth Poetry Slam Festival in DC.
Participating in the initiative through social media.
Participating in the initiative through social media.
Parachute Literary Arts writers create original pieces inspired by the language and signage of the Coney Island neighborhood and amusement area during a site-responsive poetry walk.
Emerge — Surface — Be Fellows create original word-and-image pieces to be featured online.
Grafiaetc invites participants to post photographs of words they encounter on the streets of Guatemala and host a free meetup at Watson Books to discuss the initiative.
Canto Mundo fellows create multilingual word-and-image pieces to be featured online.
Downtown Theatre Troupe Elevator Repair Service offers an early look at its new project with a short excerpt from Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure followed by a conversation with the company and artistic director John Collins.
Hosting an InstaMeet leading up to the Museum’s hosting of “First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare,” on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library. Participants walk through the Capitol Complex and downtown Cheyenne as they explore and photograph the words they come in contact with on a daily basis.

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