Month: January 2018

Free Range Poetry

OPA Membership Co-chair Diane Corson and OPA member John Miller host Free Range Poetry February 5, 5:45 PM – 7:30 PM.   Free Range Poetry is a monthly, first-Monday event held at the NW Multnomah County Library, 2300 NW Thurman St. in Portland. Free Range Poetry is committed to provide poetry readings that inspire and yet …

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An Interview with Carl Adamshick, Publisher of Tavern Books

“A man said no person is educated who knows/only one language, for he cannot distinguish/between his thought and the English version,” Jack Gilbert wrote in “Foraging for Wood on the Mountain.”  But it is nearly inescapable for Americans to be monolingual, as our country is isolated by two oceans from most other languages.  If we …

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Broadfork Farm by Tricia Knoll, reviewed by Wallace Kaufman

ISBN-13 978-0-9980999-4-1 The Poetry Box 2017, 73 pp, $12.00 On her web site, www.triciaknoll.com, Tricia Knoll speaks of herself in the third person. She is a tree hugging . . . Master Gardener who routinely talks to crows who ignore her. She also calls herself an eco-poet. In the opening line of “The Klickitats,” the first …

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