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Kubota Garden Poems

From Lola Peters: Kubota Garden Revealed Your Kubota Garden Poem Open, online, poetry reading Monday, April 12, 10:00-11:00 a.m. Among the beautiful elements of the book Spirited Stone: Lessons from Kubota’s Garden are the poems by Anastacia-Reneé, Elizabeth Austen, Claudia Castro Luna, Samuel … Continue reading

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Richard Hugo House and the Writing Community

It is with great sorrow that I sit to compose this post about the Seattle writing community. For many years now, perhaps for its entire existence, the Richard Hugo House has been a quintessential Seattle organization, and we’re beginning to … Continue reading

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(Indigenous) Cascadian Zen

SPLAB Board Member Jason Wirth and I had the good fortune to interview Wedlidi Speck about an indigenous perspective regarding the subject of Cascadian Zen. An anthology with the same name is being assembled for publication in Fall 2022. From … Continue reading

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Christine Lowther’s Tree Anthology

Christine Lowther, the Poet Laureate of Tofino, BC, and a Make it True poet, had a call for poets who love TREES. IT IS NOW CLOSED TO SUBMISSIONS.   And if they are a high school-age poet there is: tofinopoetlaureate@gmail.com

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