Monthly Archives: November 2017

Bioregionalism in the Age of Crumbling Empire

It has been clear to me for a couple of decades now that WWIII is the planet vs. humans. Author and Nostradamus scholar John Hogue posited that in his 2000 book The Millennium Book of Prophecy, said it on my syndicated … Continue reading

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The Cold Moon (A Greg Bem Production)

Greg Bem has a knack for creating events that while poetry based, transcend literary art. His own performances have always been closer to the “happenings” of performance art and Fluxus. Here is his description of an event he graciously invited … Continue reading

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Two Anthologies

I was delighted to participate in the open mic called Poetry Bridge, Wednesday, October 25, 2017, at the C&P Coffeehouse aka: West Seattle’s Living Room. Leopoldo Seguel holds court, introduces the featured readers and tapes, edits and posts on YouTube … Continue reading

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