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Submission Deadline: Submission Reading Series: Call to Submit Poetry/Prose

[From Submission’s email: Hi friends, We’re sure you have many other anxieties and preoccupations right now (we definitely do), but we wanted to let you know that we’ve extended the submission deadline for our upcoming reading to April 1st. As more information about the Coronavirus becomes available, we may push the submission deadline (and reading date) out even further — we’re playing things by ear. Submissions are still open for writers who want to send in their work. In the event that we receive a huge number of submissions, we may have to cap them/the guest editors may select winners at a later date. Regardless of what happens, we’ll keep you informed. Stay healthy, stay safe, and be good to each other — we’re sending…

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Powell’s Booksellers Reading

Not only is Powell’s the cultural center of Portland, it’s also full of people making amazing literary art of their own. They may look like mild-mannered booksellers and cashiers, but you have no idea! Hosts Mark Savage and Kevin Sampsell introduce Melissa Amstutz, Ryan Hall, Cosima Bee Concordia, Mia Vicino, Ariel Kusby, Elizabeth Neal, Kyan Oliver Furlong, and Francesca DeMusz in this special Powell’s employee/Local 5/Deep Overstock showcase. Come see us during your LitCrawl 2019 festivities. [See also the Facebook event page.]

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Queer PDXpression

We have a very special treat this month we will have two shows for you lovely babes. please join us on the fifth Thursday of this month in welcoming two very talented Local Queer Writers. We will have a $5 suggested donation along with ADA accessibility. and good vibes are on the house. Cosima Bee Concordia Cosima Bee Concordia is a femme writer and bookseller that enjoys scary movies, transgressive religious iconography, and anything that is kinky and queer. Her writing explores the spaces where erotism and the horrific meet, attempting to plumb the depths of our collective horror and desire for both the bodies of others and ourselves. If you want to follow her work, you can find her instagram @bimbotheory Nastashia Minto Nastashia…

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