Carletta Carrington Wilson Interview from 2011

Carletta Carrington Wilson Interview from 2011

A 2011 interview with Seattle poet and fiber artist Carletta Carrington Wilson conducted by Paul E Nelson. They talked about Wilson’s poetry, filled with Garcia Lorca’s notion of duende, what first drew her to poetry (or how poetry called her in elementary...
Cascadian Zen

Cascadian Zen

What is the nature of the bioregion known as Cascadia? How is this insight expressed by the people who live, work, practice, and play here? Is there a connection between Zen practice, broadly construed, and the Cascadia bioregion? If so, what is it? Who have been the...

Goodbye Columbia City

As I prepare to make one last presentation at one last Living Room in Columbia City, I am taking a moment to look back and consider all the great things that happened in our three year run here. My wife Meredith and I planned to relocate to Seattle as soon as my...

Audio from 100 Thousand Poets for Change

On September 24th, poets gathered at SPLAB & in 650 cities around the world in an event called 100 Thousand Poets for Change. Featured poets at SPLAB for 100 Thousand Poets for Change included City Lights poet and Suquamish native Cedar Sigo, who also facilitated...

100 THOUSAND Poets for Change: Sept 24, 2011

100 THOUSAND Poets For Change happens at SPLAB September 24, 2011 and around the world. Cedar Sigo is our featured poet at 8P. (Main website here.) Cedar reads at 8P and facilitates a workshop from 3-6P on the San Francisco Renaissance (Joanne Kyger, John Weiners and...