Cascadian Zen Canadian Launch Peoples Co-op

Upcoming Cascadian Zen Mini Tour!

April 18, 2024
Veronica Martinez

Upcoming Cascadian Zen Events!

The editors of Cascadian Zen Vol. I Paul Nelson, Adelia MacWilliam and Dr. Jason Wirth are embarking on another mini tour of readings within Cascadia. The first reading will be held the People’s Co-Op in Vancouver, BC on April 20, 2024 at 7 p.m. This will be Cascadian Zen’s debut event in Canada! The editors will be joined by CZ I contributors Daphne Marlatt, Kate Braid and Jami Macarty! (Poster above) 

Immediately following this event, the editors will be reading at Village Books and Paper Dreams in Bellingham, WA on April 21, 2024 from 2-4 p.m. This event is a part of the Spring 2024 Nature of Writing series, presented by Village Books and North Cascades Institute and hosted in Bellingham. More information on the multiple events within this series is available HERE.

The third event of this mini tour will be held at Broadway Books in Portland, OR on April 30, 2024 at 6 p.m. This event will be the Oregon launch of Cascadian Zen Vol. I, and will feature Cate Gable, John Brehm, Robert Michael Pyle and Ann Spiers alongside Paul Nelson and Jason Wirth.

All upcoming Cascadia Poetics Lab and Cascadian Zen events can be found on the EVENTS page on our website! Purchase Cascadian Zen Vol. I HERE. More information on the DELUXE edition of Cascadian Zen Vol. I can be found HERE! We hope to see you soon at one of these events!

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