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Into the Open: A Way Forward for Cascadia Poetry

I’m still thinking about the notion of how Seattle, with its strong commitment to reading and literacy, has never birthed an innovative movement in writing. In my last post I wrote: Seattle has been a conservative poetry town without any … Continue reading

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An Army of Lovers (Spahr, Buuck)

I was chatting with Vancouver poet George Stanley about what he considered innovative in contemporary poetry. Without hesitation he said the book An Army of Lovers by Juliana Spahr and David Buuck was an example. Once home I ordered the book … Continue reading

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