Monthly Archives: May 2015

Duwamish Revealed

Ever since Greg Bem arrived in Seattle from Philadelphia he has been a literary dynamo, presenting and participating in events that are rich in imagination, well-conceived and have added depth to the often uninspired events that pass for literary art happenings … Continue reading

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Cascadia to Taos

OK, I’m back. It was 4,167 miles in Que (my Honda) to Portland, Boise (via John Day River watershed in Oregon), to Moab, Grand Junction, CO, Denver, Taos, Quemado, NM, Phelan, CA, Lancaster, CA, Danville, CA, Bolinas, Portland and back … Continue reading

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Make It True Readings (dan raphael interview)

The effort to get the word out about Make It True: Poetry from Cascadia begins in Portland, with a reading organized by longtime Portland poet dan raphael, who wrote: A reading to celebrate the publication of Make It True: Poetry from … Continue reading

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