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Cascadia Poetry Festival 8

Michael McClure

March 13, 2010
Splabman

March 12-13, 2010
Rainier Valley Cultural Center
3515 S. Alaska St, Seattle, WA (map)

1-4P Saturday Workshop, 7:30P Saturday reading, and 7:30P Friday lecture with the renowned poet. Space is limited for the Saturday, March 13 workshop.

Michael McClure is a poet, playwright, songwriter, and novelist who initially gained fame as one of the five poets who read at the legendary San Francisco Six Gallery reading in 1955, where Allen Ginsberg first read Howl. His next two books are Of Indigo and Saffron from UC Press, and Mysteriosos and other poems from New Directions. Our thanks to co-sponsors: Dark Coast Press, Augusto Romano L.Ac. the State Commission on Humanities, KBCS-FMCopper Canyon PressWabi Sabi restaurant in Columbia City and Poets & Writers.

Article in South Seattle Beacon.

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