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NorthWest Poetry Update May 14th Addendum

May 14, 2014

May 14 Edition

“There is no poetry where
there are no mistakes.”
– – – Joy Harjo

“When composing a verse let
there not be a hair’s breath
separating your mind from what
you write; composition of a poem
must be done in an instant, like a
woodcutter felling a huge tree
or a swordsman leaping at a
dangerous enemy.”
— – Matsuo Basho

Support writers, artists, readings
however you can and attend
readings open mics, events and
workshops as you are able.
It makes a difference.

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TONIGHT MAY 14TH 2014 !!!!

Take a Poem From Your Heart Readings

@ ParkPlace Books in Kirkland
2nd Wednesdays (except July & August)

2nd Wednesday Take a Poem
From Your Heart Reading
at Park Place Books–Kirkland USA

Wednesday May 14th, 2014
7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. FREE

Join us for a special evening featuring
several poets from around the state
who have been published by
MoonPath Press!!!

Our main features are

Joseph Green (Longview, WA)
and
Terry Persun (Port Townsend, WA)

with spotlight readings from
Tacoma’s Tim Sherry

and

North Seattle’s Raul Sanchez

plus Open Mic

FREE

Park Place Books is one of the few
remaining full sized new and used
independent bookstores on the East
Side.Consider supporting their efforts
to stay in business in the near future.
They host many reading clubs and
community events.

This poetry reading series began
in 2007.

Park Place Books is located in the
Park Place Mall off 85th Street in
Kirkland at 348 Parkplace Ctr
Kirkland, WA 98033-6229

June 11th — Larry Crist

July & August No Reading

September — Laura Lehew

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Monday May 19th Bellingham

Poetrynight with
Christopher J. Jarmick
8 p.m.
Hosted by
Dobbie Norris
at the

Bellingham Public Library
210 Central Avenue
Bellingham WA 98227

Use the back entry
by the fountain!)

Doors and Open Mic signup
at 7:30 p.m. Poetry begins
at 8:00 p.m.SHARP!

Free to the public.
A jar is passed to help pay
visiting poets and occasional
publications/expenses.

Poetrynight Website Here!

ALSO CHECK THIS OUT

The Ken Warfel Fellowship
was established to distinguish
and reward those poets who, like
Ken, have made substantial
contributions to their poetry
communities. The fellowship is
intended to support their
continuing efforts and to ensure
the long term sustainability of a
culture of poetry by investing in
the p0ets themselves. Fellowships
are sponsored by poetrynight and
are funded through the generous
donations of the poetry
community.

Every other year, one or more
poets will be selected as fellows
through a regional competition.
Those fellows selected in 2014
will each receive a stipend from
poetrynight, the amount of
which is to be announced.

June 21, 2014 deadline!!!
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Saturday,May 24th – – Vaugn, WA.

Words and Music

Music by Claude Bourbon
Words by Christopher J. Jarmick

(and a few things together).

Words and Music Website Here

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from Clark Crouch
May 21 — Woodinville

PoetsWest @ The Creekside
featuring Deborah Williams
7:00pm, Wednesday, May 21st

Deborah Williams. Dee uses the
experiences of life and the observations
of nature to express the heartfelt sense
of love, compassion and hope for the
future in her poetry and essays. Her
themes all start with a feeling, in hope
that her poems will evoke a deeper
connection or spark of emotion with the
reader. Dee began writing poems at
and early age and continued writing as
a hobby. As her life evolved so did her
writing and she has recently published a
compilation of thirty poems that span
over thirty years in her new book,
Bodhissatva Wisdom –
Poems and Images.

And take part in the
open mic.

Rather than limiting readings to one or
two poems, we offer five minutes to each
reader. Usually, there is a second round
and, very frequently, a third round. So,
readers have the potential of reading for
ten to fifteen minutes! Come prepared!

With a great audience.
Attendance has ranged from twelve to
thirty-three senior citizens and Northwest
poets in a quiet setting away from the
hustle and bustle of commerce.
Even refreshments, courtesy of
The Creekside.

PoetsWest @ The Creekside
~ a premier venue for Northwestern poets ~
18200 Woodinville-Snohomish Rd NE,
Woodinville, WA 98072
[At the intersection of
Woodinville-Snohomish Rd NE
and 140th Avenue NE]

See previous post for MORE May Poetry Events!!!!!

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