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: January 19, 2015
January 19, 2015, 9:44 pm
The Poetry Box is pleased to announce the publication of Carolyn Martin’s second collection, The Way a Woman Knows. Read what other poets are saying about it at www.TheWayAWomanKnows.com.
- Posted: December 28, 2014
December 28, 2014, 12:33 pm
Nov/Dec news: 3rd prize, Florida cont.; 1st prize, Illinois cont.; 2nd prize Mississippi cont. (& H.M.s); Thin Air prize; poem in Mocassin; poem in two Okla. on-line newsletters; Festival using a poem; Highland Park (IL) prize on-line; 3rd prize, Massachusetts cont.
- Posted: October 18, 2014
October 18, 2014, 6:12 pm
My chapbook of poems, “Tomorrow Too: The Brenda Monologues,” will be performed on stage this month at the Majestic Theatre in Corvallis (Oct. 26) and the Wildish Theatre in Springfield (Oct. 24-25). Three actors directed by Leigh Matthews Bock will present the monologues, which tell the true story of Brenda Arrieta Killian, who faced cancer while pregnant. The performances honor those, such as Brenda and her family, affected by breast cancer.
- Posted: September 28, 2014
OPA Members, news of your poetry accomplishments could appear on OPA’s Home Page then be archived to the Members’ News Digest Page. Use the Submit Member News form to send your Member News to OPA: Submit Member News.
- Posted: August 22, 2014
August 22, 2014, 8:38 am
I’m leading a writing workshop “Field Notes” at the Deschutes Land Trust’s Indian Ford Meadow Preserve in Central Oregon Saturday Aug. 23rd 9:00-11:00. There is no cost but you need to sign-up through the Deschutes Land Trust web site.