Heather Curtis, Jennifer Bullis, Shannon Laws at Village Books, Fairhaven
I get to do two readings in the next four days. With five other poets! Please join us for one or both of these events:
Saturday, April 5, 7:00 p.m. at Village Books, Bellingham. This will be the Bellingham launch of Anacortes poet Heather Curtis’s first collection of poems, Upon Waking. To join Heather in celebrating her book during National Poetry Month, Village Books has invited Shannon Laws, author of the poetry collection Madrona Grove, and me to read with her.
Monday, April 7, 6:45 p.m. at Seattle Public Library, Fremont Branch. Sylvia Byrne Pollack, Michael Schmeltzer, and I will participate in this reading organized by Floating Bridge Press.
Everyone, let me tell you about Kathryn Hunt. She’s a Port Townsend writer and filmmaker whose first collection of poems, Long Way Through Ruin, is out this fall from Blue Begonia Press.
I’m thrilled to get to do a reading with her at Village Books in Bellingham, Washington, on Saturday, January 11, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. If you can get yourself to the upper-left corner of the Lower 48, please come and say hello!
This beautiful video features Kathryn reading her poem “Credo,” as well as a mini-interview with Kathryn about her writing:
Have you ever heard a more gorgeous line than “The silvering clouds with their luster / of honey and despair”?
You can read “Credo,” plus three other of Kathryn’s poems from her collection, here.