Month: March 2014

Controlled Hallucinations by John Sibley Williams, reviewed by Penelope Scambly Schott

Review by Penelope Scambly Schott Controlled Hallucinations by John Sibley Williams FutureCycle Press ISBN 978 – 1938853227 2013, 78 pp., $14.00 http://johnsibleywilliams.wordpress.com This book is well-titled. It contains the poetry of allusion. Williams’ go-to symbols are such elements as the sea, mirrors, birds, or even gravity itself. These appear frequently in this poetry of transparent mystery. …

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What’s New on the OPA Web site

Updated information about the OPA Spring Conference in Bend, Oregon including more about Ellen Waterston, keynote speaker (her topic is “That’s Not Funny”) who walked the Camino de Santiago across Spain in 2012. … On the OPA Strophes and NFSPS page: a link to the latest Strophes, the newsletter of the National Federation of State Poetry Societies, and information about OPA’s …

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OPA’s Spring 2014 Conference – Schedule & Registration Information

OREGON POETRY ASSOCIATION SPRING CONFERENCE, 2014 DEADLINES Group room rate at Doubletree Hilton: March 28th Postmark deadline for conference registration member rate has been extended to April 4th Theme for the conference is “Humor” Dates: April 11th – 13th Location: Bend, Oregon Doubletree/Hilton 300 NW Franklin Ave. Bend, OR 97701 541-317-9292 Reserve your room online …

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