We love hearing about, passing on news about, and reading about our OPA members having poems published in literary journals, in zines, on web sites, and as a consequence of winning a contest. Please let us know where we can find your most recent publications, and use this page as a guide to the publications where OPA member’s poems appear!
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OPA Member News
- Posted: May 9, 2017
“Wind” published in Hawaii Pacific Review. Online at https://hawaiipacificreview.org.
- Posted: May 8, 2017
Rachel Barton and Jade McCutcheon launched the site for their new online journal for poetry and art this Saturday, May 6th, with a full house at Old World Deli in Corvallis who assembled to hear poems from Peter Sears, Tammy Robacker, Merridawn Duckler, Doug Stone, Jade R. McCutcheon, and Rachel Barton. Book sales, donations, and good food flowed freely! Open for Submissions Now!
- Posted: March 1, 2017
The wonderful Erik Muller has written, and the wonderful Ce Rosenow (Mountains and River Press) has just published Durable Goods, Appreciations of Oregon Poets, a volume containing Erik’s essays about and poetry folios by six Oregon poets: Richard Dankleff, Barbara Drake, Kenneth O. Hanson, Clemens Starck, Lex Runciman, and Paulann Petersen.
Please take a look at this web site for details, and consider ordering a copy for your personal library. Please urge your public library to have a copy available for library users.
- Posted: December 19, 2016
Allan Peterson’s “Other Than They Seem,” winner of the Snowbound Chapbook Prize from Tupelo Press, was published Nov. 1, 2016. Available from Tupelo, Amazon and your local independent bookstore
Peterson’s work is also included in “The Poem is You, 60 Contemporary American Poets and how to Read Them” by Stephen Burt (Harvard Univ. Press)
- Posted: October 22, 2016
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