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The Poeming Pigeon: Open for Submissions (Theme = The Cosmos) @ The Poetry Box®
The Poeming Pigeon: Open for Submissions (Theme = The Cosmos) @ The Poetry Box®
Apr 25 all-day
THE COSMOS ISSUE: (The Poeming Pigeon #9) From the learning how to locate the Little Dipper to standing awe-struck under the Milky Way, humans have been asking: What’s out there in the great beyond? Could we survive on Mars? What … Continue reading
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7:00 pm Salem Poetry Project Featuring the Poetry of Kenneth O. Hanson @ IKE Box
Salem Poetry Project Featuring the Poetry of Kenneth O. Hanson @ IKE Box
Apr 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Kenneth O. Hanson (1922-2002), an Idaho native who became part of the Theodore Roethke circle at University of Washington, with other poets Carolyn Kizer, David Wagoner, Richard Hugo. Hanson was in Asian studies in Seattle and with the US Army. … Continue reading