New North King County/South Snohomish poetry group forming…

August 20, 2012
Splabman
Mill Creek, Edmunds area

Mill Creek, Edmunds area

From Eileen Duncan:

North King County/South Snohomish poets are looking for new members for our poetry group. We are poets who write seriously but don’t take ourselves too seriously, and want to hear and be heard, provide and receive honest and compassionate feedback, and hone poems for publication as well as for art. Timing would be once or twice a month, M, T, or W evenings. For more information, please contact Mike Johnsen or Eileen Duncan.

4 Comments

  1. Larry Crist

    Dear Mike & Eileen, i might be into this—i am leery of groups in general and am a poor critic of other people’s poetry. i know what i like but seldom know why. how are you selecting members? should i send you something or just show up somewhere w some work? i’m usually attending a reading most mondays, so too wednesday is popular what w Breadline & some other venues. Tuesday evening is probably best for me. Larry.

  2. Vickie Davies

    Are you folks a group that is (still)meeting?I live in Mukilteo,looking for a poetry group,could you let me know when you meet/anything else I need to know…thanks,Vickie

  3. Splabman

    For more information, please contact Mike Johnsen or Eileen Duncan. Click on their names above. It’s the magic of hypertext.

  4. Brandon Webb

    I’m interested, but the problem is, I’m only in Edmonds every other weekend, and never during the week. I will be moving that way after i graduate, around July. I’ll tell you when i do

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