On THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, Pioneer Square Art Walk, come to SOIL Gallery for Loose Leaf: Artists and wordsmiths team up for a fun back and forth—collaborating to make visual pieces based on writers’ work in order to stretch the ... Read More
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Last year, my friend and poetic colleague David Horowitz of Rose Alley Press put together a list of open mic poetry venues in the Seattle area. Many people wrote to say thank you for the information or to update listings ... Read More
I LOVE this new video blog by Seattle poet Elaina Ellis. It’s such a comfort to hear other people lovingly share their secrets and how they were discovered. For more Elaina news, check out her blog.... Read More
In November, Seattle artist Daniel Smith will present work inspired by my poem “What Lot’s Wife Would Have Said (If She Wasn’t a Pillar of Salt) at SOIL Gallery. The opening reception will be THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 6-8PM, ... Read More
On Friday, October 21, I’ll be performing in the City Arts Festival as part of the Genre Bender Showcase, pairing artists from different genres for collaboration.
Here’s what the festival website says about the event: