Monthly Archives: November 2016

Visiting Corita

I had a vague memory of the work of Sister Corita Kent when I saw the Portland Art Museum’s exhibition of her work in August. The “Love Stamp” (back when stamps were .22c) did remind me that I’d seen her work … Continue reading

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Wanda Coleman @ 70

Wanda Coleman did not live to be 70, but today would have been her 70th birthday and as I go back to her work in preparation for a celebration of her memory at Beyond Baroque in L.A. today, I feel … Continue reading

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Footsteps Anthology Benefits Homeless Vets

Thanks to the tirelessness and vision of Doug Johnson, Footsteps, a poetry anthology to benefit Homeless Vets, which I co-edited, is being released tonight and there will be a candlelight vigil in Cal Anderson Park as part of it. The … Continue reading

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