Tag Archives: Denise Levertov

Levertov Plaque

One of the most important poets ever to live and work in Seattle, Denise Levertov died in 1997. There is no mention of her time in Seattle outside the Seward Park house she called home for eight years, but thanks … Continue reading

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Two More Gigs for Habib from Morocco

El Habib Louai is charming the people of Seattle who see his almost constant smile, hear his translations of Ginsberg into Arabic and enjoy his energetic and deeply perceptive look at USAmerican culture during his first visit to this country. … Continue reading

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12th Ginsberg Marathon

Bless Jack Remick for doing what I did not have the energy to do after SPLAB’s 12th Ginsberg Marathon. It happened June 1 and 2, 2013, at Spring Street Center, which is also the Seattle Subud House. (This is important … Continue reading

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Cascadia Afterthoughts 3.27.12 Living Room

We’re still recovering from the very successful Cascadia Poetry Festival which SPLAB conceived of and hosted this past weekend. This week in the Living Room we’ll share our best memories of the just-concluded fest, discuss plans for future iterations and … Continue reading

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