Monthly Archives: November 2014

500. Passing Lane

Passing Lane is another 2014 August Postcard Poem, but this one reflects a life firmly back home after my visit to Mexico, firmly into the routine of taking walks in my Hillman City/Seward Park neighborhood, learning the names of local plants … Continue reading

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Upcoming Readings

I have been working like a dog on the Cascadia Poetry Anthology, Make It True the last few months, but the last few days especially and we’re almost done. It’s been a joy to work with Nadine Maestas, who is … Continue reading

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499. Literary Bruxism

Driving the Redwood Highway is one of the most wonderful road trips I could ever imagine. Starting from Grants Pass, Oregon, stopping at Dutch Bros coffee to get an Irish Creme latté, you soon head southwest and go through stands … Continue reading

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