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Bards of Stumptown
December 2 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pmFree
You’ve read Leanne Grabel’s article (https://www.pdxmonthly.com/articles/2019/10/23/meet-the-poets-who-defined-a-portland-era-and-are-still-at-it) in November’s Portland Monthly about 8 Portland poets who’ve continued writing and performing their work while building and supporting the region’s literary network for 4 decades.
Here’s a chance to hear, see and meet the writers
& hopefully Judith Barrington
Leanne Grabel loves mixing genres and collaborating with musicians and a funky old casio. Her latest work is a collection of flash memoir about her long-ass marriage and co-conspirator in Cafe Lena and performance work, Steve Sander.
Born on the 4th of July, Walt Curtis has long been’s Portland unofficial poet laureate.
tries out new pens
and butters toast
for absent friends.
Barbara LaMorticella follows and participates in Portland poetry from a perch in a large fir
Tim Barnes taught in the English Dept. at PCC Sylvania for 25 years. He is the co-editor of Wood Works: The Life and Writing of Charles Erskine Scott Wood and editor of Friends of William Stafford: A Journal & Newsletter for Poets & Poetry. His latest book of poetry is Definitions for a Lost Language.
Casey Bush writes “poems that arise, bearded and barefoot from the raw American earth. They are by turns sacred, profane, desperate, gnomic and true.” – Jon Raymond’s blurb for Student of the Hippocampus
Manything, dan raphael’s 21st book, came out this aeptember from unlikely books. most wedensdays dan writes and records a current events poem for the KBOO evening news
Judith Barrington’s most recent book is Long Love: New and Selected Poems. She identifies as an immigrant, a lesbian, a disabled activist, a Portlander, and a dog fanatic.