Monthly Archives: March 2012

Ella Roque Nelson, a quarter-Cuban, part-Irish St. Paddy’s Day Baby

When Meredith and I learned that the baby she was carrying was a girl, she started suggesting first names. She would say a name and I would react immediately as to whether I would like it or not, totally intuitive. … Continue reading

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Final Cascadia Poetry Festival Preparation

Here are a few highlights, with links, to events of the Cascadia Poetry Festival. Please be aware that Gold Passes are now extremely limited and they may be sold out by March 24th. Guarantee a spot by registering now. The badges … Continue reading

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Enbridge Pipeline Poetry Resistance

This in from Christine LeClerc about an amazing piece of resistance to the tar-sands pipeline in poetry form. The poem is a great deal longer than the proposed pipeline and the pdf worth downloading: Dear Enpipeliners, It’s official, The Enpipe … Continue reading

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