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Food & Farm Haiku Contest with judge Kim Stafford, Oregon State Poet Laureate @ Sisters Farmers Market & New Oregon Arts & Letters
Food & Farm Haiku Contest with judge Kim Stafford, Oregon State Poet Laureate @ Sisters Farmers Market & New Oregon Arts & Letters
Sep 15 all-day
Hello, Oregon poets & fans of poetry! Our fine poet laureate, Kim Stafford, has agreed to judge a special little contest for Sisters Farmers Market’s TEA & POETRY day (September 22 in Sisters). Write up a 5-7-5 style haiku about … Continue reading
Food & Farm Haiku Contest with judge Kim Stafford, Oregon State Poet Laureate @ Sisters Farmers Market & New Oregon Arts & Letters
Food & Farm Haiku Contest with judge Kim Stafford, Oregon State Poet Laureate @ Sisters Farmers Market & New Oregon Arts & Letters
Sep 16 all-day
Hello, Oregon poets & fans of poetry! Our fine poet laureate, Kim Stafford, has agreed to judge a special little contest for Sisters Farmers Market’s TEA & POETRY day (September 22 in Sisters). Write up a 5-7-5 style haiku about … Continue reading
Food & Farm Haiku Contest with judge Kim Stafford, Oregon State Poet Laureate @ Sisters Farmers Market & New Oregon Arts & Letters
Food & Farm Haiku Contest with judge Kim Stafford, Oregon State Poet Laureate @ Sisters Farmers Market & New Oregon Arts & Letters
Sep 17 all-day
Hello, Oregon poets & fans of poetry! Our fine poet laureate, Kim Stafford, has agreed to judge a special little contest for Sisters Farmers Market’s TEA & POETRY day (September 22 in Sisters). Write up a 5-7-5 style haiku about … Continue reading
Food & Farm Haiku Contest with judge Kim Stafford, Oregon State Poet Laureate @ Sisters Farmers Market & New Oregon Arts & Letters
Food & Farm Haiku Contest with judge Kim Stafford, Oregon State Poet Laureate @ Sisters Farmers Market & New Oregon Arts & Letters
Sep 18 all-day
Hello, Oregon poets & fans of poetry! Our fine poet laureate, Kim Stafford, has agreed to judge a special little contest for Sisters Farmers Market’s TEA & POETRY day (September 22 in Sisters). Write up a 5-7-5 style haiku about … Continue reading
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7:00 pm Art Center East—Writing Project @ Art Center East
Art Center East—Writing Project @ Art Center East
Sep 18 @ 7:00 pm
Featured Reader: David Axelrod David Axelrod’s second collection of nonfiction, The Eclipse I Call Father: Essays on Absence was published by Oregon State University Press in the spring of 2019. His eighth collection of poems, The Open Hand, appeared recently … Continue reading
7:00 pm Salem Poetry Project Featuring the Favorite Poem Project @ IKE Box
Salem Poetry Project Featuring the Favorite Poem Project @ IKE Box
Sep 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The featured reader is you! This reading will be part of the Favorite Poem Project, started by Robert Pinsky, the former US poet laureate. Everyone is invited to bring your favorite poem and a story of why it is important … Continue reading