April 4, , 2019

The Hour
That Stretches

Sunday, April 28, The Hour That Stretches features F.I. Goldhaber, Kelley Baker, Red O'Hare, Jonathan Oak, host Edward Morris, and more.

Indonesian folklore, as described by Harlan Ellison, inspires this monthly showcase which welcomes genres not normally included in spoken word events. Join us for an amazing evening of spoken word from 7 to 10 p.m. at Ford Food and Drink, 2505 SE 11th Avenue, Portland.

Summer Creek
The Origami Poems Project selected six of my poems inspired by Summer Creek -- which runs through Beaverton and Tigard, Oregon -- for a microchap 'zine. You can download Summer Creek, print it, and follow the instructions to fold it for your own personal copy. Thanks to the talented Lauri Burke for the beautiful cover art.

The Origami Poems Project publishes microchaps, groups of poems arranged on single sheets of paper. The papers fold origami-style into palm-sized 'zines containing six pages of text.


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