Via Yellow Rabbits.
This is an older recording I just found floating around my desktop. It originally was recorded back in March.
Recorded on Sunday, 10/14/18 at Elliott Bay Book Company in Seattle.
Written about the European trip I took with my mother in June, 2018.
The new chapbook from Drop Leaf Press is Hailey Higdon’s Rural, which I had the pleasure of reading last night.
So I’m not writing books, but I am writing long and girthy bodies of short poems.
For the first time in a few years, I have made an effort to host a Winter Solstice arts event.
The 144 page special anti-Trump-regime edition of openly-licensed email-based/Tumblr-based poetry journal Elderly is now available for reading.
The fourth Rainier Valley Lit Crawl will take place in Hillman City, Seattle, on Saturday, December 3rd.
This Friday there will be a poetry reading in Phinney Ridge at the gallery known as Le Merde.
I am very excited to be involved with this upcoming poetry event that is themed around and in respect for homeless veterans.
This post explores what is definitely one of the event highlights of the year for me, which occurs on November 3-6.