I’ve been writing and creating across time and space between Maine and Washington for the last two decades. I live on Duwamish and Coast Salish land, and work at Lake Washington Institute of Technology in Kirkland.
From Charles Potts: Teri Zipf of Walla Walla will be joined by Greg Bem of Issaquah, Washington, in a pubic reading of their poems, both from new books published in Walla Walla by Hand to Mouth Press.
I am excited to announce I have a new review of Nicole Sarrocco’s Casino Lounge Gospel in Chris Dusterhoff’s SPREAD, a free poetry pamphlet found throughout Seattle.
I decided to submit five videos I worked on at the pandemic to the Healing Arts Expo, a showcase of employee art at LWTech. The work is on view in the library, my very niche of employment, and since there are no restrictions on sharing the videos elsewhere, here is the playlist you would find were you to stumble into that library.
Since last August, I have had the pleasure of writing alongside (and publishing alongside) the re drum group Alex Bleecker, Jeremy Springsteed, and Willie James, as well as good friend Justine Chan. Our efforts on exploring the cadralore form have yielded some output, now available to view in Another New Calligraphy.
Recorded on Friday, April 22, 2022 at Kezira Cafe in Seattle, alongside the Jim O’Halloran Trio (Jim O’Halloran (Flute), Dean Schmidt (Bass), and Ehssan Karimi (Drums)).
Another show, another covert audio recording.