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Becoming Cascadian — Investigating the intersection of poetics and bioregionalism

An event designed for poets and bioregionalists to gather, share strategies, discuss our role as poets and bioregionalists at this time of ecological crisis and end-stage empire Continue reading

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The Last Easy Speak Rainier Beach

It’s getting more difficult to find spaces that welcome poets. One that worked well for a couple of months is making other plans for the monthly night of poetry that we started in December 2017. We’re grateful to Jude’s for … Continue reading

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Becoming Cascadian Retreat

The Cascadia Poetry Festival will not happen in 2018. While we work on a new home for the main festival after hosting it in Tacoma last year, Seattle in 2012, 2014, 2016, guiding the event in Nanaimo, BC, in 2015, … Continue reading

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Sam Hamill’s Last Reading Cancelled

I consider him the dean of Washington poets. Sam Hamill’s poetry life has manifested in an oeuvre that is quintessentially Cascadian, influenced by Asian wisdom culture, deeply connected to place and will soon find its place in world literature. His … Continue reading

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