Monthly Archives: April 2018

Paul Hunter 2004 Interview

Poet/Publisher Paul Hunter was the guest on a Global Voices Radio program which was recorded in September 2004. The subject was his book Breaking Ground and his own letter press, Wood Works. Paul Hunter has been poet, teacher, performer, playwright, … Continue reading

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Andrew Schelling and Left Coast Culture

When I was in California in summer of 2017, among my stops were with two poets who were reading a book about the life of Jaime de Angulo (pronounced dan GOO low) who was “a cowboy, cattle rancher, horse-tamer, medical … Continue reading

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Sam Hamill’s Last Reading + Elegy

Dean of NW poets, Sam Hamill died on Saturday, April 14, 2018, at 6:04pm at his home in Anacortes, Washington. I last saw Sam on Thursday and Friday, April 5 & 6. We shared saké one last time and when … Continue reading

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