Monthly Archives: February 2014

An Army of Lovers (Spahr, Buuck)

I was chatting with Vancouver poet George Stanley about what he considered innovative in contemporary poetry. Without hesitation he said the book An Army of Lovers by Juliana Spahr and David Buuck was an example. Once home I ordered the book … Continue reading

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Cascadia and Feminism

The subject of Feminism has been coming up in recent weeks. My interview with Daphne Marlatt touched on it, as she has organized Feminist conferences thirty years ago and identifies as a Feminist. She is one of the headliners for … Continue reading

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Early 2014 American Sentences

The first harvest of the new year, my fourteenth with a daily practice of writing one 17 syllable poem. More on American Sentences elsewhere on this site, but for now, a few from 2014: 1.3.14 – A sort of Sudhana … Continue reading

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