Monthly Archives: June 2016

Angeline Roof Summer Solstice

Greg Bem organized one of his very lively events this past Monday night, June 20, 2016, as an open reading and Summer Solstice celebration. That the occasion also featured a Full Moon, the Strawberry Moon, and the first full moon … Continue reading

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Sarah de Leeuw Skeena (Interview)

On May 30, 2016, I had a chance to chat with Sarah de Leeuw, a poet with work published in Make It True: Poetry From Cascadia. Her new book is Skeena, a book-length poem about one of the largest rivers … Continue reading

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Hugo House Out, Whole Foods In

Seattle had the second or third highest rent increase of cities in the U.S. in 2015 depending on how you figure it. Regardless, the housing market here is insane. Is anything sacred? No. Across the street from Seattle First Baptist … Continue reading

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