Month: February 2018

Call for Conference Session Proposals

The Oregon Poetry Association invites proposals for workshops, presentations, and panels for its 2018 Fall Conference, to be held Sept. 29-30 (Sat-Sun) at the beautiful Valley River Inn in Eugene, OR. Proposals will be accepted between May 1 and June 1, with decision notification on June 16. Presenters receive free registration for the day-and-a-half conference, …

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A Reading by Emmett Wheatfall – February 14, 2018

OPA members who attended last fall’s conference in Portland will have fond memories of Emmett Wheatfall and his electrifying presentation: “Can Poets Change the World?” Don’t miss this chance to see Emmett again! A reading by Emmett Wheatfall 7 p.m. Wednesday, February 14, 2018 Ledding Library Pond House, 2215 SE Harrison St. The Milwaukie Poetry …

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Tsunami Books Hangs On

Good news, poetry lovers of the Northwest! Tsunami Books met their fundraising goal. They raised over $3000 to be able to stay in the location we all know and love. Next time you’re in Eugene, stop by and congratulate them, and buy a book of poetry. (Heck, buy two.)

Mrs. Schrödinger’s Breast: Poems by Quinton Hallett, reviewed by Alan Contreras

Uttered Chaos, 2015, 74 pages, $10   ISBN 978-0988936645   Available via Amazon   Mrs. Schrödinger’s Breast is one of the most complex and carefully layered collections of poetry that most of us will ever read. I wondered, when I saw the title, whether this was a feminist restatement of Woody Allen being chased over …

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