Monthly Archives: October 2010

Alex Bleecker + NYC Poets read in Seattle

From one of the new SPLAB facilitators, Alex Bleecker. Welcome him to Seattle: hell strung & crooked Wednesday, October 27, 8-10p, free New York indie poetry publisher Uphook Press launches its new national anthology “hell strung & crooked” with a … Continue reading

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Review of Ed Smith book, by Greg Bem

Truth Has Fallen in the Street by Edward Smith It’s an early afternoon in October. I’m in Seattle and I’m winding down from a reading of Truth Has Fallen in the Street, a posthumous publication of Edward Smith’s poems and … Continue reading

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Interesting workshop at Hugo House

D–Diction–Dictionary What dictionaries are within you waiting to be told? What words are yours and what are their meanings? In this writing workshop you will bring together threads from your history and imagination and begin to create a dictionary that … Continue reading

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10.13.10 South Seattle Beacon article

Mike Dillon did a great job with this. I am grateful to him for taking care to get the story right. (Organic poetry goes a little beyond most Beat poetry, but that’s splitting hairs.)

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