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On Our 30th Anniversary

November 28, 2023
Roberta Hoffman

Help Celebrate our 30th Anniversary!

Cascadia Poetics LAB is getting ready to celebrate our 30th Anniversary on February 2, 2024! This event will feature the official launch of Cascadian Prophets (Interviews 1999-2023), by Paul E Nelson, with Editor Sharon Thesen. Columbia City Gallery, 4864 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118. Thirty years since the day we were founded in Auburn, Washington. It all seemed so easy back then! & look what happened! Over 700 interviews, perhaps 100 Visiting Poets, 7 Cascadia Poetry Festivals, 17 years of the Poetry Postcard Fest, Cascadian Prophets podcast each month. Legacy interviews with Robin Blaser, Diane di Prima, Michael McClure, Wanda Coleman, Barry McKinnon &c &c. Cascadian Zen! Watershed Press! Man my arms are tired just typing this!

We hope that you will consider

Joining Us for GivingTuesday

The Global Day of Giving on Nov 28, 2023

Together we can empower people to practice poetry!

 

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