Dec 30 Be someone TO COUNT ON in 2015
Dec 28 A Fractal Poem
Dec 25 A thousand Christmas trees
Dec 24 The gift of a poem
Dec 20 The Girl Who Loved Triangles
Dec 16 Fractals -- poems and photos
Dec 13 Our curve is a parabola
Dec 10 A mathy Haiku
Dec 6 A scientist writes of scientists
Dec 2 Poet as mathematician
Nov 30 Geometry of Love
Nov 26 Giving thanks for poems
Nov 21 The Math Lady Sings
Nov 18 In Praise of Fractals
Nov 14 Imaginary Number
Nov 11 In college she studied mathematics
Nov 9 Composite or Prime?
Nov 5 A big voice, Galway Kinnell (1927-2014)
Nov 2 Poetry from the words of Lord Kelvin
Oct 30 Tomorrow is Halloween
Oct 28 Counting into the Future . . .
Oct 26 Dimensions of Discovery
Oct 23 ABC of statistics
Oct 20 Martin Gardner collected poems
Oct 15 Poetry Reading 1-11-15 at JMM in San Antonio
Oct 10 Taken out of context . . . Oct 8 Love Physics
Oct 4 Can poetry change the climate for frogs?
Sept 28 Journal of Math in the Arts features Poetry
Sept 23 Clearing the Air with a Poem
Sept 20 Marching for Climate
Sept 15 Remembering Lee Lorch
Sept 11 Hailstone numbers shape a poem
Sept 7 Hypertext poetry
Sept 3 Mathy poems via e-mail
Aug 30 Mathy Poetry from Bridges 2014
Aug 27 Grandma Got STEM
Aug 23 Changing colors, counting syllables
Aug 19 Poetry in Math Journals
Aug 15 My best dream is floating . . .
Aug 11 Narrated by a mathematician
Aug 8 Squaring the Circle
Aug 6 Divided selves, some of them savvy
Aug 3 A math prof's lament
July 29 Fixing something wrong
July 27 Each equation is a playful catch . . .
July 25 Poems with "equation" in the title
July 19 Mathematicians are not free to say . . .
July 16 Palindromes
July 12 Prove It
July 9 Looking back . . .
July 6 Poetry as Pure Mathematics
July 3 Mathematician and Poet
June 30 A recent butterfly effect
June 27 Of all geometries, feathery is best . . .
June 24 Is mathematics discovered or invented?
June 20 Three thousand, and two
June 17 Found: Elementary Calculus
June 14 Number theory is like poetry
June 11 And Now I See . . .
June 8 Impossible Things Before Breakfast
June 4 Behind the cards -- mathematics
May 30 Squirrel Arithmetic
May 29 Phenomenal Woman
May 25 How many grains of sand?
May 23 Math rap
May 20 Public Image of a Mathematician
May 16 Pound on poetry and mathematics
May 13 Land without a square
May 10 Barbie (b 1959) said (c 1990) "math is hard"
May 7 May 6, 1954
May 4 A pure mathematician (not!)
Apr 28 Words that warn
Apr 25 Too many selves
Apr 21 A Cento from Arcadia
Apr 20 Remembering Nina Cassian
Apr 18 Poetry of Romania - Nora School, Apr 24
Apr 15 Dimensions of a soul
Apr 12 A Vector Space Poem
Apr 10 Fractal Geometry
Apr 7 April Celebrates Poetry and Mathematics
Apr 5 Logic in limericks
Apr 2 Can you SEE the monument?
Mar 30 Split This Rock 2014 was great!
Mar 27 Women's History -- celebrate Caroline Herschel
Mar 23 Homage to Euclid
Mar 20 One geometry is not enough
Mar 16 Making something of nothing
Mar 13 Tomorrow is Pi Day
Mar 11 Tragedy of the Commons
Mar 8 SHE measures the heavens . . .
Mar 5 A poetry album by Lucille Clifton
Mar 2 Sociology of Numbers
Feb 23 Angles in Alaska
Feb 20 Excitement of Proving a Theorem
Feb 18 Wartime recurrence
Feb 13 Mother Courage -- and speaking of opposites
Feb 10 To love, in perfect syllables
Feb 7 Love and Mathematics -- Please be my Valentine!
Feb 5 Six Million
Feb 2 Forecasting snow and poetry
Jan 31 On shoulders of giants . . .
Jan 28 Little Boxes
Jan 28 Graffiti Calculus
Jan 25 Mathematics is like . . .
Jan 22 Extraneous -- and so on
Jan 21 Word problems
Jan 19 Poems and primes
Jan 15 Poetry-with-math, Jan 17, Baltimore
Jan 13 Writing mathy poems - a student activity
Jan 10 The discipline of mathematics
Jan 7 Martin Gardner, again
Jan 3 Count what counts
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